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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday September 11th, 2016 with Colin Henein

The Sheffield apprentice
Martin Simpson - Purpose and grace - Topic
The collier's / Miss Thornton's / The concert
Billy McComiskey - Outside the box - Compass
The little pickle
Natalie and Buddy MacMaster - Traditional music from Cape Breton Island - Landwash Canadian
Spyglass
Rodney and Elvie Miller - Spyglass: Waltzes - Brimstone Corner
The breakdowns
The dardanelles - The dardanelles - Self Canadian
Banjo set
Mairearad and Anna - Best Day - Shouty
The Hillsbrook reels
Michael McGoldrick - Wired - Compass
The arms of sleep
Shooglenifty - The untied knot - Shoogle
Vagabond
Spencer Murray & Pipeslinger - Sound & Fury - Self Canadian New
Another long night
Seth Lakeman - Word of mouth - Honour Oak
The Kelburn brewer
Alasdair Fraser / Natalie Haas - Abundance - Culburnie
Sailing across the Ocean
Doolin' - Doolin' - Compass
Grace darling
Mairearad Green (ft. Hector MacInnes) - Summer isles - Highland seashore
The skater
The owl service - His pride. No spear. No friend. - Horn
Old Adam
Fay Hield and the Hurricane Party - Old Adam - Soundpost
The oak casts his shadow
Nancy Kerr - The Elizabethan session [VA] - Quercus
Road to Gundagai
The Makem and Spain brothers - Live - Self
Run, rabbit, run
John Kirkpatrick - Tunes from the trenches - Fledg'ling
Wedding dress / The threading reel
The urban folk quartet - The urban folk quartet - Fellside
Interactive CKCU
Colin Henein (host)
Community Dancing in Manotick: Circles, Squares & Contras! A family friendly evening of dancing, live music, light refreshments and laughter! Pippa Hall calls the dances to the music of the Ever Hopeful String Band (Bob Davidson and Arlene Probert on fiddles, Bruce Barton on tenor banjo and mandolin, and John Henderson on guitar). The evening begins with simple dances, followed by dances that build on skills as the evening progresses. Friday: Sept 30th 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Location: Manotick United Church, 5567 Main Street, Manotick $10.00 / $5 ages 12 to 18 / under 12 free / family maximum $20 Information: 613-692-4576

12:15 PM, September 11th, 2016
Colin Henein (host)
The Ottawa Celtic Choir The 2016-2017 Season is underway. If you've ever thought about joining a choir, now's the time! The Ottawa Celtic Choir is an un-auditioned community choir with a focus on making great music while having fun and building community. If you or someone you know is interested in joining the choir, they are interested in hearing from you! The first rehearsal of the season was on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at 7:15 pm at St. John the Evangelist Church on the corner of Somerset and Elgin Streets. As always, if you have questions about the choir, please don't hesitate to contact the choir director at ellen@laughingbrook.ca!

12:18 PM, September 11th, 2016
Colin Henein (host)
Makem and Spain are coming to Centrepointe Theatre this coming week. Look forward to a night of great song and story. Rory Makem (son of the Irish phenomenon Tommy Makem) along with Mickey and Liam Spain have created the most exciting Irish Ballad Group since the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem electrified the word wide folk revival of the 1960's. They showcase their incredible versatility and skills as multi-instrumentalists bringing a rousing flavor to brand new songs, old favourites as well as serving up a night of great music, rowdy songs. Rebel songs and sweet sad memories." Info and tickets: http://centrepointetheatre.ca/en/events_tickets/September2016/Makem_Spain/index.htm

12:19 PM, September 11th, 2016