Jimmy Bowskill and the Hometown Beauts – On the Patio

October 3, 2020 @ 2:00 pm
Old Church Theatre
940 Bonisteel Rd Trenton ON
$30Advance tickets only!

Jimmy Bowskill and the Hometown Beauts will be our final concert on the patio for this very interesting year.  Advance tickets are required for this socially distanced, outdoor Saturday Matinee.  Gates are open at 1 for the bar and pizza orders.  Show at 2pm.

  If the number of people in your party is different from the number of tickets you purchase please let us know so we arrange your seats to your liking and everybody’s safety.


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Jimmy Bowskill is a multi-instrumentalist whose professional career stared at age 11 when discovered by Jeff Healey.  Immediately his first recording session was set up which led to Jimmy being the youngest Juno nominee ever.

He spent the next decade plus touring North America and Europe, released 6 critically acclaimed albums and shared billings with Jeff Beck, Robert Cray, Johnny Winter, Jimmie Vaughan, ZZ Top, Dickey Betts, Deep Purple, Wishbone Ash and dozens more while selling out theatres and halls as a headliner.

Jimmy currently plays lead guitar for The Sheepdogs (the only Canadian group to make the cover of Rolling Stone) and he plays Pedal Steel, Mandolin and Violin for Blue Rodeo, two of Canada’s biggest bands. He is a sought after studio musician as it generally only takes him one take to get his part down (also playing keys, mandolin, pedal steel and doing string arrangements) and on top of this he has perfect pitch. His latest project was playing on and co-producing the latest Greg Keelor from Blue Rodeo’s solo album.

Accompanying Jimmy is Ian McKeown, Bowskill’s right hand man. Ian has been playing music with Jim for 5 years, involved in several of his projects, playing  drums  in Jim’s Rock Band, Bass in Jim’s Blues Band and Dobro in Jim’s Bluegrass Band. Ian lives in Toronto and is another sought after multi-instrumentalist.

This will be an incredible evening of original songs, Roots and Blues Classics and some fine pickin’.