The sounds of a lonesome fiddle echo off of the walls of an old church…
The banjo and the mandolin weave a story that is familiar, calming and imperative…
Joey Wright and Luke Mercier are back and teaming up to make alchemy in music again! They’re adding Julian Brown (Feist, Apostle of Hustle) to the bill!
Fiddles, Banjos, Mandolin and Guitar are the raw ingredients that make up the tasting menu of sonic delight that is their musical feast. In the midst of recording their second album, this trio will treat you to the sounds of Satie on the Beach, Luke and Joey’s first album, as well as some new offerings and other delicious delights from Lotus and gang.
“Lotus Wight is a Banjo Jedi…”
“Listen to Joey Wright’s mandolin dance on Big Baby….knock you on your ass beauty “
A little taste:
We had lots of great Open Mic Wednesday on the patio at the Old Church Theatre for the past two years. Many of you performed or attended for which we are grateful and will continue next spring.
Moving indoors, we’re taking a different approach in order to keep safe and avoid congestion and excess moving out of seats. We will offer 5 people a spot each week to participate in more of a “Jam” style evening with the assistance of Peggy Voigt who will keep the music flowing! If you’re a musician you’ll be able to play as much as you like throughout the evening. If you’re an audience member you’ll hear lots of great music with musicians doing that amazing thing they do, free form and impromptu collaboration.
Performers can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. We’re now taking performer reservations for Dec 8th.
We have a new “Pub” atmosphere indoors at the Old Church and look forward to seeing our wonderful patrons and performers alike!
Come to Pub Night at the Old Church Theatre. The “Tipsy Vicar” is open at 5PM with music from 6-9PM
Join us on December 11th for some Christmas music, old favourites and original tunes with String Mashup!
There’s no admission charge but we will “pass the hat” (or maybe the offering plate) for donations to the band.
Their name says a lot about them. They all play a variety of string instruments and take turns at singing lead at various times. The mashup part refers to “a mixture or fusion of disparate elements”, which perfectly describes how they blend different ages of women and men; blending different styles of music and harmonies from old 40s classics to 50s and 60s pop and country, through to today’s folk and some original tunes written by Lisa Gilmore.
Got a Christmas or even a winter tale to tell? Could be Christmas eve when Uncle Harry’s overloaded fuse box blew the power at the holiday dinner. Could be the flat tire with a car load of presents on the way to Uncle Harry’s. Any kind of shenanigans will do; point is, everyone’s got a story. It doesn’t have to be long. Just an anecdote. Under the skillful guidance of our host Steafan Hannigan, a master storyteller in his own right, you’ll be put at ease and ready to uncork your own ripping yarn. Come down to the Tipsy Vicar, your new friendly local at the Old Church Theatre and we’ll provide the wee nip ‘o courage. See you there.
No reservations or tickets, but your donations at the door are greatly appreciated.
Join Gav Session at the Old Church Theatre for a night of Story and Song. Enjoy Gav’s unique blend of acoustic folk-rock along with some songs of the season in Gav’s own special way. COVID-19 Protocols and Vaccination requirements in effect.
Food, friends, games and 100% of donations at the door are for the live music!