Northern Memphis Revival
From the Townehouse Tavern Website: The return of the 10 piece Northern Memphis Revival… they played to a sold out crowd last Hallowe’en and are back by popular demand. Reviving the soul and funk centred around Memphis… the band plays Otis Redding, Solomon Burke, Aretha Franklin, Sam and Dave, Ike and Tina, Rufus Thomas, Staple Singers and so much more. The band has mined the exquisite catalogs of Stax records, Atlantic Records and more to bring a funky 3 hour dance party to life with a blaring horn section, a tight rhythm section that can pull off Booker T and the MG’s soul music like a walk in the park. The soaring vocals of the principal singers, Jennifer Holub, Anita Ansamaa, Nadia Costanza and Ryan Levecque bring to life the greatest soul music ever made. Gang vocals come from all over the stage when needed… horns and strings bring the music home and keep you dancing.
4elements Living Arts Music Walk with Jennifer Holub & Veronika Bingaman
This wonderful little trail is little known and you will love it! Just west of Little Current, east of Honora Bay, with cedar woods, rocky shore, oak savannah… it has diversity and beauty!! We are working on a musical idea for the creative aspect of this walk, but it’s not confirmed yet…Will let you know about that aspect, but please plan to come either way!! This trail also connects to the Freer Point Ski Trails, so this walk will orient you to possibilities for winter XC skiing and snowshoeing too! Veronika Bingaman, the creator of the trail, will be our trail guide.
No set fee, donations welcome.
Turn onto the laneway at 2260AB Hwy 540, go to the end, bearing left, and there will be a grassy parking area at the end on the left. There is a yellow FISH at the entrance at the highway. Please carpool if possible.
RSVP very helpful but not required.
For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 4elements at 705-282-0444.
Thanks to Ontario Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport for support of Outside the Box programming.
Northern Lights Festival Boreal
Catch Jennifer Holub's full band perform songs from her latest album "For the Haunting"