The Music at Fieldcote Series runs every Sunday from 7:00pm – 8:30pm beginning on June 26, 2011. In case of rain, the concert will be held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 31 Sulphur Springs Rd. (Just down and across the street). Click here to check the weather forecast. We encourage all that come to bring a lawn chair.
June 26, 2011 – The Bebop Cowboys with Russell deCarle
Seasoned Canadian cowboy-jazz heroes, the Bebops have the ingredients to serve up a hot brand of western swing rarely if ever heard outside Texas and Southern California. Featured special guest for this performance: Canadian roots icon Russell deCarle.
Put on your dancing boots–it doesn’t get better than this.
The Bebop Cowboys Website
“Paying tribute to Peggy Lee on her new album, I Like Men, Welsman captures the late chanteuse’s easy wit and piercing emotional clarity. The latter quality is especially evident on her exquisitely understated piano and voice reading of Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein ll classic……“The Folks Who Live On the Hill” (USA Today – Elysa Gardner )
Carol Welsman Website
“…Danny had hit his stride as a guitarist, vocalist and host; a formidable triple threat. His presence is that of a man who can pull on your heart strings one moment, and slay you with a one liner the next.” (Toronto Blues Society).
Danny Marks Website
Gypsy Pyrotechniques & Operatic Arias abound! Join virtuoso violinist & tenor Peter DeSotto & the number 1 ranked accordion player in the world, Alexander Sevastian in an evening of virtuosity, great music and above all fun! They will be joined by clarinetist Mark Thompson for an extra scoop of fun.
Thrills and Chills…Finest Kind’s vocal arrangements are a creative tour de force. Tradition-based yet curiously modern, the trio’s harmonies are an enchanting feast of opulent chords and ever changing textures. The exhilarating mix of repertoire; British, American, Irish, and Canadian traditional ballads keep company with gospel rousers, drinking songs, sea shanties, and pop oldies.
Ian Robb and Finest Kind Website
The Outside Track’s marriage of Canadian, Scottish and Irish music and song has been rapturously received around the world. Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on its foundation.
The Outside Track Website
Heather Bambrick, winner of the 2004 National Jazz Award for Vocalist of the Year, was destined to entertain. This native of St. John’s, Newfoundland is a past graduate and current faculty member at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. As a professional musician, Heather has shared the stage and recorded with some of Canada’s greatest Jazz talents, including Phil Nimmons, Kenny Wheeler, Guido Basso, Peter Appleyard, Rob McConnell, Carol Welsman, and the Beehive Singers. She’s also a voice actor, heard in many commercials and television programs.
Heather Brambrick Online | Heather Brambrick Video
Valerie continues to teach at Redeemer University in between her many travels and recitals. She has been awarded many and various awards for her services to music, holding the Harriet Cohen Medal and the Liszt Memorial Plaque. She is a Gallery of Distinction inductee and a Juno Award winner.
Valerie Tryon Website
“Ian Tyson is the real deal. He’s a romantic and a realist, a rancher and a true singing cowboy, riding out on what he calls a fenceless plain; he’s the one Gene Autry only wished he could have been. Tyson’s songs are strewn with story, lore, and legends.” (San Diego Troubadour May 2009)
Ian Tyson Website