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Mika-Dawn (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Oct 27 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Folk/Country

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"Come listen to Mika-Dawn sing you through the beauty, challenge and sorrow of her rural Manitoba life" "A unique folk/country blend which likens to a Young Dolly Parton"

Doug Edmond (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Oct 28 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Singer/Songwriter

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Doug Edmond, singer, songwriter, pianist and flutist is an independent jazz roots/alternative artist. Doug performs solo or with his trio or five piece band in many local and festival venues across the province and north west Ontario. His previous two CDs and over 25 live performances per year over the past 8 years reflect diverse musical influences and styles. He has performed at the past five TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival paying tribute to Tom Waits in 2012.

Skipping Stones is his third album produced by juno award winner Mitch Dorge of Crash Test Dummies fame. The new tunes reflect personal experiences that connect with listeners demonstrating a soulful approach to song writing and a true understanding of the relationship of his audience. Doug’s lyrics and singing talent continues to draw in his audience be it a small intimate lounge or a large outdoor festival stage.

The Nite-Snackers (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Nov 03 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Blues/Rock & Roll/R&B

The Nite-Snackers Duo – Formed with the influence of harmonica player Mel Reimer through the passion for Roots, Blues, Soul and Funk music which is also shared by Lucas "Cool Hand" Kurylowich.

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Casati (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Nov 04 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz/Folk/Pop

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Like three hearts beating in perfect time, the music of Casati is a living thing, constantly changing, evolving and reinventing itself. Grace Hrabi, Jesse Popeski & Quintin Bart search for stories waiting to be told and collaborate in bringing them to life. Songs about love found or lost, cautionary tales of time slipping away or even a whimsical tune about bicycle rides.

Matt Moskal (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Nov 10 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Singer/Songwriter

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Matt Moskal plays a fresh form of Manitoban folk. The Ontario-born troubadour mixes tried-and-true finger plucking and evocative storytelling with lively yet smoky vocal melodies. He delivers confused and compassionate truths with tact. Brutal honesty feels so sweet when it’s cushioned between soft, sentimental acoustic tones. Suited for coffee time after Sunday family meals, a waning August afternoon or those late night moments after your worst breakup.

Matt Moskal has played alongside the likes of Julie Doiron, Wax Mannequin, Spookey Ruben and Fred Penner. In 2010, he played the main stage of the 40th annual Northern Lights Festival Boreal. The festival also featured headliners Broken Social Scene and The Weakerthans. In 2014, he spearheaded Folk & Word at the West End Cultural Centre in Winnipeg, MB, combining slam poetry with folk music. In 2017, he curated, hosted and performed at Don’t Be Scared: A Tribute to Daniel Johnston at the Good Will Social Club in Winnipeg. The event was a fundraiser for the Canadian Mental Health Association.

Keith Price Duo (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Nov 11 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz

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Beginning on his grandfather’s old guitar, Keith Price was first influenced by pop music, punk-rock, and heavy metal before discovering jazz at age fifteen. Price began his formal studies at The Conservatory of Amsterdam and upon returning to Winnipeg, turned down a scholarship from The New School in New York City and instead, opted to study with local jazz guitar guru Larry Roy as part of Steve Kirby’s newly established jazz program at The University of Manitoba. Price is now enjoying an inspiring period of musical growth while studying with internationally recognized pianist and composer Michael Cain.

Lindsey White (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Nov 17 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Groovy Folk Rock

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Called “groovy folk-rock” and showcased on stages all over Canada, the music of Lindsey White uses many instruments and one strong voice to craft performances with unmistakable passion and emotional depth. The new, fan-funded Renegade album was produced by Mitch Dorge, (Crash Test Dummies) mastered by João Carvalho (The Tragically Hip, Sarah Slean) released in 2015 with a companion book (of poetry, prose and other writings) and expands the “groovy folk-rock” label to experiment with indefinable genres. Whether intimately on her own or filling the stage with her band, her live presence offers a playground of energetic musicianship and thoughtfully crafted lyrics. She throws similar passion into songwriting and other workshops through inspiration-based music sessions with creative youth. This work landed her a nomination for a Winnipeg Arts Council “Making a Mark” award and a designation as one of the CBC Manitoba Future 40.

Bob Watts Trio (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Nov 18 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz

Brian Chipney / Tim Cummings Duo with special guest Brad Shigeta (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Nov 24 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Mainstream Jazz

Brian Chipney [soprano saxophone & vocals] and Tim Cummings [guitar] welcome their friend Brad Shigeta, former trombonist with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, featured soloist on the soundtrack of the Martin Scorsese film The Aviator, and currently a member of the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra. Brian, Brad and Tim each enjoy exploring the great standards of popular song and a variety of jazz classics. Join us for an evening of intimately swinging chamber jazz with a most unorthodox instrumentation!

Ed & Rhea (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Nov 25 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Singer/Songwriter

Ed and Rhea is a father daughter duo from Portage la Prairie. Ed has been weaving his way through the Manitoba music scene for many years and has established himself as a guitarist, singer and songwriter. Rhea is now 12 years old and has started to find her own voice as a singer and instrumentalist. Together they have an obvious musical connection that blends classic with contemporary while sticking to their roots.

Chenoa McKelvey (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Dec 01 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz/Folk/Pop

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Chenoa McKelvey is a local singer/songwriter and jazz guitarist who draws musical ideas from a wide variety of artists such as Tom Waits, Bjork, Billie Holiday, Grant Green and Thelonious Monk. She has been performing around Winnipeg for the past four years whilst attending the University of Manitoba's jazz studies program. Her jazz-influenced guitar style is complimented by a smooth, smokey voice; singing dark, haunting themes and quirky, playful tunes, along with memorable jazz favourites.

Doug Edmond (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Dec 02 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Singer/Songwriter

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Doug Edmond, singer, songwriter, pianist and flutist is an independent jazz roots/alternative artist. Doug performs solo or with his trio or five piece band in many local and festival venues across the province and north west Ontario. His previous two CDs and over 25 live performances per year over the past 8 years reflect diverse musical influences and styles. He has performed at the past five TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival paying tribute to Tom Waits in 2012.

Skipping Stones is his third album produced by juno award winner Mitch Dorge of Crash Test Dummies fame. The new tunes reflect personal experiences that connect with listeners demonstrating a soulful approach to song writing and a true understanding of the relationship of his audience. Doug’s lyrics and singing talent continues to draw in his audience be it a small intimate lounge or a large outdoor festival stage.

Joy Diamond Trio (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Dec 08 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Acoustic Jazz/R&B/Pop/Blues

The Joy Diamond Trio plays an eclectic mix of acoustic jazz, R&B, pop and blues. Joy Stadnichuk is a versatile vocalist with a rich voice and a passion for singing. She has sung at various venues across Winnipeg in duo, trio and 5-piece acts, all under the Joy Diamond moniker. Terry Youmans is a talented guitarist who has been playing in a variety of styles for many years with Joy and other vocalists in Winnipeg. Guitarist Matt Moskalyk is an accomplished and experienced multi-instrumentalist who has been involved in the Winnipeg music scene for decades, whether playing guitar, bass, drums or percussion. An evening with the Joy Diamond Trio promises to satisfy any musical palate.

Bob Watts Trio (Live Musical Performance)

Saturday Dec 09 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz

Brittany Barber & Bert Johnson Duo (Live Musical Performance)

Friday Dec 15 2017 8:30 pm - Grant Park in Prairie Ink Restaurant, Winnipeg

Event type: Live Musical Performance

Live Music

Jazz/Folk/Indie

While Brittany and Bert have been putting on concerts around Winnipeg as members of the synthpop band, The Wild Homes, they also enjoy a lighter acoustic repertoire of music. If you are a fan of jazz, pop and indie music, Brittany and Bert will be playing music from their own favourites list including jazz standards and some more contemporary songs. You can check out some of music by The Wild Homes as well as songs by Bert online.

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