Music & Events

April 27 5:00 PM

Chris Bonham-Carter

Chris Bonham-Carter is a guitarist from Prince Edward County who has been playing shows around the area for over 10 years. Chris began playing guitar in 2002 and studied musical theory with Drew Ackerman for over 5 years. With a list of songs that span across 7 decades, there is not much he can’t play. You can catch him regularly at the many wineries and breweries in the Bay of Quinte area. 

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April 28 8:00 PM

Cathy Hutch

NB Singer/Songwriter Cathy Hutch has previously recorded in Nashville and her co-written song about her daughter Kristy, called “I’m In Here,’ has become known around the world as the Anthem for Autism.

Cathy writes, sings and performs from the heart.  Her music beautifully expresses her love of classic rock and blues, along with soul-stirring ballads, and her lyrics are at once poignant yet uplifting.  Cathy’s newest album, called Free Wheelin’, (produced and engineered by legendary Paul Milner) is a testament both to joy and the resilience of the human spirit.

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May 02 7:00 PM

The Laramie Project


Join us for a riviting night at the theatre. Options available for show only, dinner and a lunch matinee. Click the link below to review show times and ticket prices. 

Show description:

In October 1998, a twenty-one-year-old student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, severly beaten, and left tied to a fence in the middle of the prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming. His bloody, burised, and battered body was not discovered until the next day, and he died several days later in an area hospital. His name was Matthew Sheppard, and he was the victim of this assault because he was gay. Moises Kaufman and fellow members of the Tectonic Theatre Project made six trips to Laramie over the course of a year and a half, in the aftermath of the beating and during the trial of the two young men accused of killing Sheppard. They conducted more than 200 interviews with the people of the town. Some people interviewed were directly connected to the case, while others were citizens of Laramie, and the bredth of the reactions to the crime is fascinating. Kaufman and Tectonic Theater members have constucted a deeply moving theatrical experience from these interviews and their own experiences in Laramie. The Laramie Project is a breathtaking collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

"A pioneering work of theatrical reportage and a powerful stage event" - Time Magazine

If you have any questions on tickets or about the show, please contact Mike Kirby by email at: villagetickets@gmail.com or by phone/text 343-263-8434. 

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May 04 5:00 PM

The Remedy Duo

Jamie Murphy and Jamie Sharp have been playing music together for over a decade.  They are founding members of the

 popular Hasting County band The Remedy, playing a mix of rock ‘n’roll, roots, county and rhythm and blues.The

 duo embraces the opportunity to let the heart and soul of the songs shine through in an intimate acoustic setting.

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May 05 8:00 PM

Timothy Campbell

Guitarist, singer and songwriter, Timothy Campbell is a well renowned performer in the Quinte area. As the owner of Keynote Studios, he has helped to instruct and produce many aspiring and professional musicians, over the years. As the producer of the radio show Handmade Music, he helped area artists gain access to the local airwaves. A co-founder of Musicians for Hope, he continues to use his talents to respond to his neighbours in need. As well as being a founding member of such legendary local groups like Sands Of Time, Bentwood Rocker and All You Need Is Love, he continues to work with many successful musical projects. Currently, Tim is actively recording and performing Solo and with the Timothy Campbell Band.

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May 10 6:30 PM

Yoga Social

Enjoy an hour yoga class lead by Tipsy Yogi from Right Fit followed by a glass of red or white wine. The perfect combination for a relaxing Thursday evening with friends, your partner or just some much needed zen "me" time.  

$25 includes 60 minutes of yoga and a glass of red or white wine. Email info@therightfittraining.com to register or call 613-779-7799. 

May 11 5:00 PM

Chris Staig

Chris Staig is a Toronto based guitarist and singer/songwriter. Over the years Chris has had the pleasure of lending his talents on guitar to many different musical ventures. As a singer/songwriter Staig has released multiple solo albums throughout his career. His fifth album entitled “Shack by the Tracks”  was released in February 2015, with an Ontario tour to support it. Staig's current band for live performances, The Marquee Players, consists of Stephen O’Toole on the bass, Shelley Coopersmith on violin and mandolin, and Ian Mackay on the drums. Chris Staig and the Marquee Players have maintained a monthly residency at Toronto’s fabled Hole in the Wall for the past two years. They also perform many shows monthly around Ontario, both as a full band or as an acoustic trio. Chris Staig duo consists of himself and Shelley Coopersmith on the violin and mandolin.  

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May 12 8:00 PM

Spencer Evans

Spencer Evans was born in Picton, grew up around the Quinte area, and graduated from B.C.I.

Spencer plays piano, clarinet, accordion and sings! He has been a professional musician over 20 years. He has played Bermuda to Bosnia, New Orleans to the North Pole, and has worked with The Cowboy Junkies, Sarah Harmer,Pat Temple,Jill Barber,The Good Lovelies,Willie P. Bennett, Jeff Healey, Dan Aykroyd, Willie P. Bennett, Alex Pangman, Maria Muldaur, among countless others.

Spencer has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CBC Radio’s The Vinyl Café with Stuart McLean, MUCHmusic and CMT.

A resident of Kingston for several years, Spencer keeps busy playing with numerous local bands such as Bloom, Pico de Gallo, Ghetto Xpress,Funkyfrenz, The River Cats (on the Island Queen)and various jazzy combos.

May 18 5:00 PM


Moon Sugar Duo is one half of local Party Band 'Moon Sugar'. Jordan Thomas and Ben Vandergaast bring the energy of a full band to an intimate acoustic setting. Make requests all night, sing and dance along to your favourite tunes, and watch as the boys play mind-melting guitar and piano solos, stand on chairs, dance, and much more. You don't want to miss this duo!!!

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May 19 8:00 PM

Adam Karch

Although Adam Karch is from Montreal, his music embodies the spirit of Americana like a scenic ride across the country.  He plays a hybrid acoustic blues that consists of precise fingerpicking that recalls players such as Chet Atkins and Kelly Joe Phelps, along with an innovative percussive technique that is thoroughly modern, while somehow primal and anchored in tradition.

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May 25 5:00 PM

Graham Nicholas & Jerry Leger

Graham Nicholas: On Dial Tones and Pretty Notes, his latest full- length album, Nicholas has created an emotionally resonant world inhabited by troubled and love-hungry characters. Never alienated for their insecurities, his characters are instead respected by the empathetic voice of an honest songwriter. The album finds Nicholas honing in on his concise form of storytelling and refining his irreverent sense of humor. Coupling the narratives with a backing band that harkens back to the likes of The Heartbreakers, The Travelling Wilburys, and The Byrds Nicholas’ songs have found the right balance of warmth and grit. Not only has Graham Nicholas maintained an extensive and country crossing touring schedule, he has also shared the stage with the like of Ron Hynes, Catherine Maclellan, Old man Luedecke, Del Barber and Daniel Romano. WEBSITE: http://grahamnicholas.ca

Jerry Leger: At heart, Canadian singer-songwriter Jerry Leger is driven by a quest to convey in his own manner the purity embedded in the grooves of the vintage rock, country and blues recordings he so dearly loves. This trait attracted support from fellow singer/songwriters like Doug Paisley, Jim Lauderdale, Ron Sexsmith (who has called him “one of the best songwriters I’ve heard in quite some time”)and his staunchest ally, producer and label head Michael Timmins of Cowboy Junkies, who signed Jerry to his label, Latent Recordings in 2013. He has been called “one of Canada’s best” by Exclaim! and a “gifted storyteller” by The Toronto Star. His latest release, ‘Nonsense and Heartache’ is a 2-record set showcasing the two major musical sides of him. The idea was sphere headed by Timmins with ‘Nonsense’ displaying Leger’s rock ‘n’ roll and bluesy grit while ‘Heartache’ is a more folk-roots-melodic expression. WEBSITE: http://www.jerryleger.com

May 26 7:00 PM

Canvas Creations: On-the-spot painting competition

8 artists compete in a tournament style competition consisting of 2 rounds of 4 artist. A judging panel will decide the top 2 winners from each round to advance to the final, where 1 artist will be crowned the winner. There will be a silent auction taking place at the event giving patrons the chance to purchase the art they have witnessed being created live. 100% of the proceeds from the silent auction go to the artists.

Interested in being one of our 8 competing artists? Submit your best 2 pieces with a biography and social media links to stylinflow@gmail.com by April 24th. We will be contacting those selected.

Tickets Pricing: Advanced Tickets: $15 
Door Cover: $20
Doors Open At: 7:00 PM // Show Start At: 8:00 PM
Event Licensing: All Ages | Bar +19 (I.D IS REQUIRED) 

Online tickets available below. 

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May 26 8:00 PM

Patrick Lehman

Patrick Lehman is a soul singer, producer and songwriter from Montreal. He released his last album “Butchy’s Son” in August 2016 across Canada with Pheromone/Universal. The album received critical acclaim and was nominated for a Juno award in 2016 for ‘Best Soul/R&B Recording of the Year’ category alongside the Weeknd and Alesia Cara. Traveling to Calgary to attend the awards, he was also a featured performer in Junofest 2016.

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June 01 5:00 PM

Piper Hayes

Hamilton Ontario’s Piper Hayes makes music for fun, hope, and healing. Accompanied by her constant companion and collaborator Carson Ritcey-Thorpe, Piper’s music is the latest incarnation of pop-folk at its best: simultaniously catchy, vulnerable, and joyful. Piper’s classical vocal training shows in her range and expression. She has been nominated twice for the annual Colleen Peterson Songwriting award through Folk Music Ontario and her songs have nestled themselves into independent and folk charts across the country.

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June 08 5:00 PM

Bad Strangers

Bad Strangers is a vocally driven duo that is known for their powerful harmonies, catchy melodies and magnetic chemistry. The backbone of their sound is powerful songwriting delivered passionately by two lead vocalists who seem to effortlessly follow each other’s instincts. From vulnerable tearjerkers, to angsty rock tunes, their authenticity is palpable. Their highly personal songs and performance let you into their lives, where they tackle personal struggles and navigate being couple who also collaborate creatively. Their overall sincerity and willingness to let it all out on stage will leave a lasting impression; a warm feeling to take home with you.

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June 09 8:00 PM

Ali McCormick

Ali McCormick is a songwriter originally from Lavant Station, a tiny bush community tucked within the Lanark Highlands of Ontario, Canada. Raised on an off-grid subsistence farm where artistic expression knew no bounds; she developed creative sensibilities, intimacy with nature and fiery independence rare for her generation.

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June 15 5:00 PM

Dave Allen

Folk singer/songwriter Dave Allen was born and raised in Barrie, Ontario. He was exposed to an eclectic collection of music at a young age, from Bowie to Dylan, Joan Armatrading to Supertramp and The Beatles. These influences helped to shape the all-embracing qualities of his own song craft. Growing up in a musical family, Dave was introduced to improvised melody and performance in jamming pop & folk songs of the 60’s and 70s with his mother, father and younger sister. These jams typically happened at family gatherings and campfires to small crowds of friends and family around Southern Ontario. It was these musical moments that ignited Dave’s ambition for songwriting and creative work. Dave was the lead singer-songwriter in the rock n’ soul band Stonetrotter who had released their full length album ‘Stonetrotter’ in 2015. You can find Dave performing solo or with his Family band  in venues across Ontario. Dave’s debut full-length record is set to be released in 2017.

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June 16 8:00 PM

Matt Smith

Roots, Blues, World and Beyond…Matt Smith is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Come out for a night of world class fingerstyle, flatpicked and slide guitar, not to mention some killer mandolin playing.

With two full length recordings of original music and a vast repertoire his own unique interpretations of of Blues, Jazz, World and many Classics you are sure to have a great night of high level musicianship delivered with an intimate down-home feel.

June 22 5:00 PM

Nolan Hubbard

Nolan Hubbard boldly emerges as vocalist, guitarist and composer of evocative acoustic-pop masterpieces with the forthcoming release of his debut album and his moving and memorable lead-off single Today.

The album was recorded in Nashville alongside top session players, and was produced by Canadian industry veteran Douglas Romanow. The time spent in Music City USA proved to be edifying and encouraging for Hubbard, as he felt both in awe of the surroundings but also emboldened by the experience – awed by the significance of being one of the mecca’s of the music business, but also emboldened because he came to realize that he had what it took as a songwriter and player to hang with some of the world’s best. For full bio see artist link. 

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June 23 8:00 PM

Cindy & Scott

Cindy McCredie & Scott Maybee are 2/4th's of Northumberland County's WICKLOW. Both accomplished musicians and vocalists with years of combined experience under their belts, the duo started performing as a "spin off" to their country / rock band with a focus on smaller, more intimate settings. Their set list consists of mainly cover songs, some of which are wider known classics from such acts as CCR, Van Morrison and Lynyrd Skynyrd, but they also branch off into modern indie folk with songs from the likes of Shakey Graves and Dan Mangan. Cindy & Scott also stay close to their Canadian roots by keeping a steady set of Canadian tunes from the likes of Big Sugar, Spirit of the West and The Trews to name a few. Expect to hear something unexpected at their live shows...and yup, lot's of banjo!!

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June 29 5:00 PM

Mel Parsons

With home as a hotel room and a suitcase, Mel Parsons has built up a solid fan base the old fashioned way - winning over audiences on the live circuit.  Parsons is dynamite on stage and well known as one of New Zealand’s established songwriting stars.  The award winning indie-folk singer released her third full length album ‘Drylands’ to critical acclaim, with a Silver Scroll Finalist nod for ‘Get Out Alive’ in 2015, winning the 2016 NZCMA Best Song for ‘Alberta Sun’ and the VNZMA for Best Engineer.  Parsons continues touring relentlessly, with shows throughout New Zealand and around the globe.  Solo or with her stellar band, Parsons is at home on stage and renowned as an engaging performer with a naturally emotive voice and razor sharp wit.  With a wide breadth of material, she can swing from the gutsy & rhythmic hand-clappers, through to pin-drop ballads in a heartbeat.  Testament to Parsons’ songwriting is the endorsement of Canadian music royalty Ron Sexsmith, who lends his voice to the ‘Drylands’ track “Don’t Wait.”  

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June 30 8:00 PM

Jeremy Kelly

Jeremy Kelly is a multi­-instrumentalist with a passion for all things creative and soulful.

As a guitarist Jeremy has toured, composed and recorded with renowned artists and producers including Alex Lifeson (Rush), Ian Thornley (Big Wreck, Thornley), Blueman Group (Toronto and Chicago productions) Edwin (I Mother Earth, solo artist), The Rankin Family, Gavin Brown (producer Billy Talent, Three Days Grace) Greig Nori (Treble Charger, Sum 41) David Martin (producer) Sabrina Whyatt, Dawn Langstroth and his own band KidRichards.

Graduating from Humber College in 1999 with a focus on performance left Jeremy with a very strong musical background in jazz improvisation and harmony.

It is with this education combined with his blues, country and celtic folk musical heritage, that Jeremy is able to play a wide variety of styles and stay true to the soul of the songs.




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