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7:00 pm

Ray Bonneville / Jack Semple

March 14 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm EDT
Bow Valley Music Club, Strathcona Community Centre, 277 Strathcona Drive S.W.
Calgary, T3H 2A4 CA
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Ray Bonneville (ON/TX) Often called a “song and groove man,” Bonneville has lived the life of the itinerant artist. He’s an acclaimed raconteur and strips his bluesy Americana down to its essentials, then steeps it in the humid grooves of the South, creating a compelling poetry of hard living and deep feeling. “Ray Bonneville can be counted upon to deliver albums of uncluttered, lyric-driven blues.” Donald Teplyske, Fervor Coulee Jack Semple (SK) An absolute virtuoso, Juno and Western Canadian Music Award winner, Jack is one of those rare guitar players who leaves a crowd speechless. He is also a fabulous singer. Listening to and watching Jack play fills one with a sense of having witnessed an event in time, one not soon to be forgotten.

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7:30 pm

Qualico CAFE Series presents Red Dirt Skinners

March 14 @ 7:30 pm EDT
Festival Place, 100 Festival Way
Sherwood Park, T8A 5T2 CA
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Qualico CAFE Series presents Red Dirt Skinners Described by Roots Music Canada as "The Pink Floyd of Folk Music" the Red Dirt Skinners are the multi-award winning, multi-instrumentalist husband and wife team of Rob and Sarah Skinner. The first act in history to achieve accolades at both the British Blues and British Country Awards, the duo's unique sound also won them folk/roots album of the year in several polls across the UK and North America and saw them nominated "duo of the year" at the International Acoustic Music Awards. If you like songs influenced by Pink Floyd, Simon and Garfunkel, Supertramp, Crosby Stills and Nash, David Bowie coupled with some epic storytelling, humor and heartfelt emotions, you'll love a Red Dirt Skinners concert. Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Thu, 25 Jul 2019 at 10:00 AM

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8:30 pm

Jeff “Tain” Watts Trio

March 14 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm EDT
Hugh’s Room Live, 2261 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, Ontario

Saturday, March 14, 2020 | 8:30PM Jeff “Tain” Watts Trio Advance $60 / Door $70 * Jeff Watts, the drummer they call “Tain,” spent his formative years with Wynton and Branford Marsalis, and his compositional skills now command equal attention, earning Watts a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2017. Jeff initially majored in classical percussion at Pittsburgh’s Duquesne University, where he was primarily a timpanist, followed by enrollment at the Berklee School of Music. Jeff joined the Wynton Marsalis Quartet in 1981 and proceeded to win three Grammy Awards with the ensemble: Black Codes From The Underground, J Mood and Marsalis Standard Time. Watts left Wynton Marsalis in 1988. After working with George Benson,  McCoy Tyner and Harry Connick. Jr. (winning Grammy for the When Harry Met Sally soundtrack) he joined the Branford Marsalis Quartet in 1989, winning Grammy’s for I Heard You Twice the First Time and Contemporary Jazz. In the film and television industry Jeff has appeared as both a musician on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and as an actor, Rhythm Jones in Spike Lee’s “Mo Better Blues”. Jeff joined Kenny Garrett’s band after returning to New York in 1995 and continued to record and tour with Branford Marsalis as well as Danilo Perez, Michael Brecker, Betty Carter, Kenny Kirkland, Courtney Pine, Geri Allen, Alice Coltrane, Greg Osby, McCoy Tyner, Steve Coleman, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Harry Connick Jr, and Ravi Coltrane. Along with explosive power, blinding speed and mastery of complex rhythms and time signatures, Watts brings a rare sense of elegance, tried-by-fire composure, and a gritty street funk to his music. His artistic ingenuity expresses itself in his incomparable technique, sweltering sense of swing, and an extraordinary ability to imbue his music with majestic grace and elegant repose. A true jazz innovator, Watts never fails to deliver the percussive magic that has been his trademark since his emergence on the contemporary jazz scene. Jeff is a 2017 Guggenheim Fellow in the field of music Composition. AWARDS Grammy Awards of 1986 Wynton Marsalis for Black Codes From the Underground performed by the Wynton Marsalis Group Grammy Awards of 1987 Wynton Marsalis for J Mood performed by the Wynton Marsalis Group Grammy Awards of 1988 Wynton Marsalis for Marsalis Standard Time – Volume I performed by the Wynton Marsalis Group Grammy Awards of 1990 Harry Connick Jr. for When Harry Met Sally – soundtrack Best Jazz Male Vocal Performance Grammy Awards of 1993 Branford Marsalis for I Heard You Twice the First Time performed by the Branford Marsalis Group Grammy Awards of 2001 Branford Marsalis for Contemporary Jazz performed by the Branford Marsalis Quartet Grammy Awards of 2011 Mingus Big Band for Live at the Jazz Standard performed by the Mingus Big Band. VOTED BEST DRUMMER, MODERN DRUMMER MAGAZINE, 1988 & 1993 — * Advertised pricing excludes taxes, ticketing and sustainability fees. * Ticket Price: $60.00 * Service Fee: $4.00 * Sustainability Fee: $5.00 * HST: $8.97 * Total Ticket Price: $77.97

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