Welcome to Kincardine Summer Music Festival
KINCARDINE SUMMER MUSIC 2015 JULY 17, AUGUST 1 - 14
WELCOME TO THE KSMF 24TH ANNIVERSARY!
NEW FOR 2015: SUMMER DIVAS CONCERT SERIES MAY TO AUGUST
The best in female vocalists, an evening in the elegant Best Western Plus Governor's Inn
Dinner reservations at 519-396-8242
Come out and see
BACK TO BACK DIVAS:
SUZIE VINNICK AND CAROLE WARREN
AUGUST 1 AND 2.
SATURDAY AUGUST 1 2015, 8:00pm SUZIE VINNICK
Suzie will be performing with RICK FINES, blues guitar, and ROLY PLATT, harmonica
“When Saskatoon native Suzie Vinnick takes the stage, she takes it from footlights to rafters and owns it.
She can belt out a blues or croon a ballad with equal deftness. Her guitar work is effortlessly commanding and supremely tasteful. But it is mostly her powerful presence that leaves a lasting impression. This lady is a force of nature with a six-string guitar. You’ve got to experience her to understand.” - Mike Agranoff, The Minstrel, Morristown, NJ
Suzie Vinnick is the proud owner of a gorgeous voice, prodigious guitar and bass chops, and an engagingly candid performance style.
Among her most recent successes: achieving finalist status in the Solo/Duo Category at the 2013 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN; winning 2012 Maple Blues Awards for Best Acoustic Act and Female Vocalist, being named 2012 Sirius XM Canada Blues Artist of the Year.
Rick Fines is an engaging storyteller and songwriter who has won MapleBlues Awards for Songwriter of the Year and Acoustic Act Of The Year (twice), won first place in the blues category of 2003 International Songwriting Competition, with B.B. King one of the judges, and received nominations from both the Juno and the Handy Awards
Roly Platt has enjoyed a long and very musically rewarding career as both a live and studio harmonica player in the Canadian scene for over 35 years.
Download Suzie and Rick's concert poster here!
Award-winning CBC Radio producer, writer and broadcaster Carole Warren is spending more time these days with her first love - the classic jazz songs from the American songbook - songs she has been singing since she was barely old enough to reach the piano pedals. Carole began her professional career at Toronto’s famed Theatre in the Dell and while in her early twenties performed, both solo and ensemble in major Toronto clubs and across North America and Europe, including a number of tours with British pop icon Roger Whittaker.
Steve Kennedy’s soulful sound on tenor sax has made him a legendary soloist in such groups as Motherlode, Blood, Sweat and Tears, and Dr. Music. He first performed with Lighthouse in 1982 at the One Fine Weekend Ontario Place reunion.
An award-winning songwriter, he is best known for the hit When I Die.
Carole and Steve will be joined by Doug Balfour, piano, and Bob Hewus, bass.
Download Carole's concert poster here!
Ticket information here.
Enjoy your SUMMER DIVAS events!
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