Wednesday, 6 May 2015

On April first, over 100 guests welcomed Stephen Fearing to a very sold-out Anglican church. Stephen gave us a night of great songs, stories to accompany them, and a real honest, humble and interesting look into his life as a songwriter and performer.

And here is the lineup for a summer full of concerts at the church!

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Happy new year. Happy new blog site.

Welcome to the new site for the Currie Brothers Church Shows. We look forward to a great 2015 season!
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Here are some photo and video highlights from 2014...

On December 19th, Craig Cardiff, well-known folk singer-songwriter from Arnprior, Ontario played to a large audience at our first sold-out show of the series. 

November 22nd we hosted Toronto folk and country singer-songwriter Graham Nicholas, and opening for him, Grady Kelneck, now from Toronto, but originally from Baysville! 

On November 1st, we welcomed Zachary Lucky, a well-traveled country singer-songwriter from Saskatcherwan. Opening for ZL, was L'il Andy, of Montreal, QC.
The two songwriters, though both working within the country music genre, had contrasting styles that lead to a very entertaining and well-rounded night. L'il Andy's gregarious and humorous story telling and upbeat set was followed by the heartfelt ballads of a soft-spoken Zachary Lucky.

On October 18th, we were blown away by the uplifting, soulful songs and beautiful harmonies delivered by Faye Blais and Tricia Foster. They held our hearts in the palms of their hands, then drove us to fits of laughter with their hysterical versions of some popular classics. 

Jerry Leger and Shawn William Clarke played for us on August 15th. 

July 11th we had Nick Ferrio and a haunting solo performance by Tamera of The Weather Station.

On June 28th we welcomed Her Harbour of Montreal, opened by Caitlin Harnett and Bet Smith. 

May 23rd was the first show of the season, with Gabrielle Papillon and Graydon James and the Young Novelists. It was a fantastic show for an intimate audience.