We’re excited to be hosting our final RMG Fridays of the year tomorrow. We are welcoming folks from the Art of Transition planning committees as well as expecting a great audience.
Just a quick post to share some music from the acts performing tomorrow….
Whitby native Jay Pollock plays with a percussive acoustic guitar style, paired with a haunting baritone voice. His lyrics are dark and sarcastic, but relatable, though infused with twisted imagery. This is paired with a dash or two of eastern melodic spices.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la0X2sNaONc]Orono native Jonas Bonnetta is the man behind Evening Hymns, who have recently returned from a lengthy European tour, and are embarking on a cross-Canada tour in October and November in support of recently-released album Spectral Dusk. In October, Evening Hymns were featured on CBC Canada Live recorded at Toronto’s Great Hall and The Grid (Toronto) calls Spectral Dusk “…deeply evocative.” The December 7 concert date in Oshawa is the final in this tour and is a free show.
We’re now working on putting together our next RMG Fridays, for March, April, May and June.