CBC Information Morning Fredericton: Live Music Column

Things are slowly picking up in the live music scene in Fredericton following COVID19 health regulations which means smaller shows and assigned ‘bubble’ seating among other precautions. Everyone is taking great care to follow new rules to keep safe while enjoying the experience and supporting our local businesses. Great community support is SO important!

Below are details and links to the shows discussed with Terry Seguin on the CBC Information Morning broadcast November 12, 2020. Click HERE to listen to our conversation.

Villages with Michelle Morrison at Charlotte St Arts Centre November 13th at 7PM changed to December 10th
Villages is a Cape Breton indie folk group and they  will be performing on the same day their new EP Upon the Horizon is released. Presented by The Cap – tickets available through the website thecaplive.com

Kurtis Eugene/Blue Lobelia at Grimross Taproom Friday, November 13th at 8PM
Kurtis and Rachel will deliver dreamscape sounds and tender words for a night of gorgeous music.
Presented by Roots & Soul Music Promotions – tickets available online tables of 6 or 2

The Stratified at The Tipsy Muse Café on Saturday November 21st at 7PM
Fiery fiddle playing , instrumental harmonies & classic rock guitar sounds
Tickets available in person at The Tipsy Muse Café

Sleepy Driver: Northeastern Chorus CD Release at the Fredericton Playhouse Friday,  November 27th at 7:30PM
“…one of the strongest New Brunswick music collaborations in some time … a wonderful celebration of musical friendships.”
18 local musicians joining forces to recreate the full album along with performances by Sleepy Driver and the newly formed Les Chanterelles.
Tickets available at the Playhouse box office in person or by phone (458-8344).

The segment was followed by the opening track from Sleepy Driver’s Northeastern Chorus album  – have a listen HERE

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