Warm Tunes for a Cold Winter Night –
Bruce Enloe: Enjoy crafted and crafty lyrics, heartfelt and occasionally catchy songs that ramble over genres, migrate through the minefields of sensitive subjects, and sometimes giggle through the silly side of the same… There are stories and story songs from the interesting life of the well traveled, adventure-steeped driver at the six-stringed steering wheel of your evening… Trust him, he knows the way home. bruceenloe.com
Bruce will be joined by multi-instrumentalist Shawn Yakimovich.
Mary-Kate Edwards: “With deeply personal lyrics and a soft yet intense vocal delivery, Mary-Kate has been writing music since she was five years old. As the daughter of a writer and a musician, words and music has always been a major part of Mary-Kate’s life.
“I’m a poet before I’m a musician,” she says. “I’ve been writing poetry since a really young age. It’s always something I did. My dad is a writer as well, so I was always inspired by him, and my mom is a musician.” marykateedwards.bandcamp.com
My new holiday ep, ‘Christmas is Awesome!!’ is officially actually streaming on Spotify – do me a solid and add it to your Holiday Playlist…
Find it here
Or, if you’d prefer, I made pretty much the best Holiday Playlist ever – you can find and follow it here – all killer, no filler… Happy! Merry! Awesome!!
As some of you know, I have a ten year project to write a Christmas album- one song per year… song # 6 is coming (very) soon, but in the mean-time, here are songs 1-5 to get you warmed up!
Saturday, September 16: Marvest/CityFolk, Ottawa– Free showcases in the Glebe
- 2:00 pm- Farm Team Cookhouse, 683 Bank Street
- 3:30 pm- Kunstadt Sports, 680 Bank Street
Saturday, Sept 17: Kemptville Farmers’ Market- 1-3 pm: 200 Saunders, Kemptville
Friday, September 22: Batstone’s Northern Ramble, with Low Country Hill
Saturday, September 23: Harvest Goat Festival, Merrickville
Sunday, September 24: PRESSED with Low Country Hill, Gladstone Ave, Ottawa
Join me for some Market Music in downtown Kemptville today- 12-4, 200 Saunders St. at the KFM – come for the zucchini, stay for the tunes!