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Monday Special Blend
Monday May 27th, 2019 with Trish Bolechowsky and Joel Elliot
Durham Country Poets at the Black Sheep Inn on Saturday, June 1st, Poor Nameless Boy and Adyn Townes at Live! on Elgin on Wed. May 29th

The Brew Theme Song
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t Canadian
Monday Morning
Durham County Poets - Grimshaw Road Canadian

“Lead singer Kevin Harvey and his band are sonic shape shifters of the first order. Whether it’s blues, folk, soul, country, gospel or New Orleans swing, they purvey it with skill, aplomb and pure honesty.”

Black Sheep Inn

SAT, JUN 1 @ 8:00PM
Black Sheep Inn, 735 Riverside drive, Wakefield, Qc JOX 3GO

"For a band hailing from Quebec, Durham County Poets can certainly evoke the Deep South. Frontman Kevin Harvey had the crowd in his palm from the outset, peppering in light-hearted stories and silly banter between songs. Harvey's voice had a homey, James Taylor-esque quality, but with a bit of an edge." Neil Cowley, Rochester Jazz Fest review, 2017
Grimshaw Road
Durham County Poets - Grimshaw Road Canadian
Long Time Now
Durham County Poets - Grimshaw Road
Catch Up and Slow Down
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New

Adyn Townes w/ Poor Nameless Boy at LIVE! on Elgin
LIVE on Elgin, 220 Elgin St., Ottawa, Ontario K2P1L7
Wednesday, May 29th
$10 in advance, $15 at the door

Fresh off his Canadian West Coast Tour, alternative indie-folk artist Adyn Townes will perform at LIVE on Elgin on Wednesday, May 29th.
He'll be joined by Regina-based musician, Poor Nameless Boy.
A 2019 ECMA nominee for ‘Pop Recording of the Year’ and a finalist in this year’s International Songwriting Competition, Townes' unique voice and honest approach to lyrics has garnered him a lot of attention this past year, due to the success of his debut album, ‘After The Fall’. Catch him live as he tours through Canada to support the release of his latest single, Old Sun.

Poor Nameless Boy (Joel Henderson) is based in Regina, and he released his new EP, Wake Up Call, in March 2019.
It’s the follow up to his third album, Bravery, which made its Canadian national radio debut at #2 on the folk charts, and saw the song River & Trees make it into CBC’s Top 50 for 2016. Joel also earned a spot as a semi-finalist for the Canadian Songwriting Competition in 2018.
This is his first tour of the East Coast.
Second Floor Balcony
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New
Home Alone Lonely
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New
The Tourist
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New
Rain Anniversary
Poor Nameless Boy - Wake Up Call Canadian New
After The Fall
Adyn Townes - After the Fall Canadian

His latest full-length album, “After The Fall” was released in July 2018 to great national support from CBC, commercial alt/rock stations from Calgary’s X92.9 to Q104 in Halifax, and the first single, “Sad Songs”, held the #1 spot on The East Coast Countdown for 3 weeks. It’s buzz carried it over the border, and the album’s second single, “I Believe”, has been in regular rotation on SiriusXM’s North Americana ‘Routes Radio’ channel. The track is also featured on official Spotify playlists, racking up 125,000 streams, and was nominated for “SOCAN Song of the Year” at the 2018 Music New Brunswick Awards where Townes was nominated for “Pop Artist of the Year”. The album is nominated for “Pop Recording of the Year” at the 2019 East Coast Music Awards.

Adyn Townes (formerly Andy Brown) is on the road from Fredericton, New Brunswick following the July 2018 release of his debut album, After The Fall, under his new moniker.

Having performed internationally for more than ten years under his given name, the New Brunswick native found himself on tour in Newfoundland supporting his third full-length album as Andy Brown. It was here, during a video shoot, that Towne’s life changed. The cameraman ventured off on his own to take some photos and suddenly fell into the ocean. Townes rushed to help him while the waves were crashing around, and fell in on the same slippery rock that the cameraman had. Somehow, they both made it out, but Townes was left severely injured with a torn rotator cuff. Pushing through, he continued on the 20-date Canadian tour and 8-date run in Europe, but lost the ability to move his shoulder and hold a guitar. Taking 16 months off following, Townes struggled with depression but ended up finding a new approach to his music – focusing on melody without the crutch of his guitar. That time off resulted in the ten songs found on the aptly-titled, After The Fall.

Since the release of After The Fall, the album was nominated for Pop Recording of the Year at the 2019 ECMA’s. Track seven on the album, House On The Ocean, is currently a finalist in The International Songwriting Competition, which is the largest songwriting competition in the world.
I Believe
Adyn Townes - After the Fall Canadian
House On The Ocean
Adyn Townes - After the Fall Canadian
Old Sun
Adyn Townes - s/t Canadian New

Released Friday, April 5th, 2019
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