The RCHA, 193 Ontario St. (Blues Venue)
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Finding a second great guitar, Paul will complement his array of early blues (John Hurt, Furry Lewis, and Howlin’ Wolf) with D minor tunes from the Piedmont, featuring selections from John Cephas (Phil Wiggins late, great partner) and more. For good measure, he’ll add some contemporary offerings from such as Dylan, J.J. Cale, Steve Earle, Pat Donohue, and Ray Bonneville.
Three good friends writing and playing music. We’ve collectively over 40 years of live performance, and recently cut an album. Our experience comes from local venues, bands like The Tonekats, Doc Johnson, and Fandango (ZZ Top tribute). We practice regularly and write, but itch to play live again! We’ve attended Homegrown in the past and would love to contribute!
Sony Slide Maddams
Sonny Slide’s music goes way back to the 1920′s. He plays the classics of the Blues masters, such as Robert Johnson, Blind Willie McTell, Bukka White, and Sleepy John Estes. His repertoire also includes both contemporary blues as well as many originals. Sonny favours playing his music on National Resophonic guitars, and his Banjitar.
Ted Evans Band
Kingston’s Premier Wild-Man! The Living Skeleton! Deadly Tedley! Spaghetti-legs!
Jeff J Gaulton
This solo acoustic singer-songwriter has over 25 years of stage experience, with his passion for the music is evident in every raw and emotional performance. Along with his original material Jeff includes respectable covers of Delta Blues, Heartland Rock, and Canadian influenced Roots music.
This is a Blueberry Jam hosted by Rene Vermette
Sweet Pete and the Heat
This new band consists of talented local musicians who are all well known locally, and who have been members of bands and/or played together at various open mics, jams and house parties here in Kingston for many years.
Riley and Riley
This duo both write and perform the majority of their material. Their distinct sound is raw and and modern, while keeping its blues roots. Longtime contributors to the Kingston blues scene, they previously represented the Quinte and Kingston area at the International Blues Competition in Memphis, Tennessee.
This expected to be a HomeGrown Marmalade Jam hosted by Rene Vermette