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Royal City Beats: October 14-19

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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  • Folk rock trio The Sunparlour Players headline a evening of music at ebar, which includes performances by Hoodie Good and Modern

    Folk rock trio The Sunparlour Players headline a evening of music at ebar, which includes performances by Hoodie Good and Modern

Written by Sara Everson

Back from the Thanksgiving long weekend, here's another delicious edition of Royal City Beats!

Wednesday October 13

Jayme Stone

Noon, University Center. Free

Jayme Stone is a true roots musician. He is a virtuoso of the five-string banjo, though many instruments can be heard on his albums. His newest release, Room of Wonders, is a creative blend of sounds from far and wide.

 

Thursday, October 14

The Dreadnoughts      

10 p.m. Shadow, 72 MacDonnell St. $10

Formed in 2006 in Vancouver, The Dreadnoughts are a favourite of the Canadian punk and Celtic-punk music scene. These gritty guys have been known to literally destroy stages with their energetic shows. There newest album, Polka’s Not Dead, mixes traditional music such as gypsy dances, polkas, and sea shanties with hard core punk.

Sunparlour Players w/ Hoodie Good & Modern Field Recordings        

eBar, 41 Quebec St.

Folk rock trio The Sunparlour Players have been ramping up steam and a wide fan base since their formation in 2005. They are known for treating their live shows like celebrations with a sound that is truly unique. Hoodie Good and Modern Field Recordings open the show with a fun indie/rock/pop set.

 

Friday, October 15

Huron w/ Monster Truck                        

10 p.m. Jimmy Jazz, 52 MacDonnell St. No cover.

Huron is a rock and roll band from Hamilton. They have recently finished writing for a soon-to-be released album. With influences ranging from Black Sabbath to Neil Young, these guys offer something for everyone, not to mention a fun show. Hard rockers Monster Truck will open the show.

Chantal Kreviazuk w/ Kevin Fox  

8 p.m. The River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St. Ticket prices vary.

Chantal Krevaziuk is a Canadian sweetheart, with an equally sweet voice. Her casual and friendly demeanour on stage always make for a relaxing and entertaining show. Her delicate folk rock/pop sound can be heard on her brand new album, Plain Jane. Also performing will be Kevin Fox, a sought-after composer/arranger and cello virtuoso of the Canadian music scene. This really is a show not to be missed.

 

Monday, October 18

Paul Macleod  

10 p.m. Jimmy Jazz, 52 MacDonnell St. No cover.

Songwriter Paul MacLeod is known for his bright voice and acoustic guitar sound. While he has only released three albums, MacLeod has been a prominent figure in the Ontario music scene for the last 15 years. He has toured with Canadian favourites the Skydiggers, as well as his own prog-rock band Hibakushka.

 

Tuesday, October 19

Your Neck of the Woods w/ Fish and Bird

9 p.m. The Albion, 49 Norfolk St. No cover.

Your Neck of the Woods is a group native to Guelph. Formed in 2009, they bring their uplifting bluegrass and folk rock sound wherever they go. Joining them will be fellow folk rockers Fish.

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