Dreams Come True for young Cambridge Artists

July 8, 2011

Get ready for the warm fuzzies. Saturday will be very important for two young Cambridge Artists. 7 Year old Dez onstage at the Forbes Festival (I expect a beating for this) Some years ago I rounded up the troops to raise funds for a seven year old girl who needed surgery. Dez was born with […]

Live on the Highway

July 5, 2011

When I recently complained about the lack of large venues for Cambridge bands it seems someone was listening. I was contacted by Nicole Rock from the Beaver and Bulldog on Hespeler Rd. she had read my article, and agreed to let me book some local acts. Bad Pickle, Peter Ezekiel w/special guest Jacqueline Tucci, Conor […]

Getting my Muse

June 22, 2011

One of the definitions of a muse is “the goddess or the power regarded as inspiring a poet, artist, thinker, or the like.” This is certainly appropriate for Amber Morais and Sarah Cooper, known collectively as “Eternal Muse.” I have been trying to track down this elusive pair for over two years, after hearing about […]

June 8: A Soldier of Music

May 26, 2011

When I heard that Flamenco Guitarist Cuneyt Yetkiner is the entertainment for this year’s Bernice Adams Awards I was thrilled. The audience at the awards are in for a treat. I have covered a lot of local musicians over the last few years, and Cuneyt is one of my favorites. I have written about Cuneyt […]

Preston loses its Groove

March 3, 2011

The Groove Kitchen and Music Room, Preston’s premier music venue, is now closed. We want to thank Matt and Gillian for providing us with some first class entertainment, and wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.

International singing sensation calls Cambridge “Home”

February 16, 2011

Cambridge resident Bonnie Casey has shared the stage with many world famous singers including The Manhattans, Derrick Morgan, Frankie Paul, Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths  and multi Platinum artist Shaggy, to name a few. She is loved by her fans for her energetic stage presence and her ability to connect with them. She garnered attention last year […]

Cambridge Community Orchestra

November 10, 2010

submitted by Catherine Tucci Since it was founded in January, 2004 by Ann Green and a team of musicians and non-musicians, the Cambridge Community Orchestra continues to grow. The Cambridge Community Orchestra is made up of volunteer musicians and board members. The “pay-as-you-can” mandate is unique among Canadian orchestras. From the inception of the CCO, […]

Heavy Lights Back in Studio

July 18, 2010

Since their debut CD was released last year Heavy lights has taken Cambridge by storm.They are currently working on a new CD. Upcoming shows include The Mainlanders Sports Bar & Grill 175 Beverly St. next Saturday and a free show August 7th in Downtown Galt at 3:45 P.M. Check out their video and lyrics for […]