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10:00 am

Folk Routes on CKUA

June 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Sunday, repeating indefinitely


A weekly two hours of the finest in routes music. Hosted by Tom Coxworth who is part of the roots music scene as writer, festival organizer, producer, emcee, radio host and producer, as well many aspects engaging in the promotion of folk and roots music. The program is on-line a since Feb 3/1995 - CKUA first broadcast November 21, 1927.

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2:00 pm

Shannon Linton with Saskia Tomkins and Whitney O’Hearn

June 5 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Fifth Wind Farm, 3987 Timlin Road
Cobourg, Ontario K9A 4J9 Canada
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The first stop on the album release tour for Shannon's debut EP, In Spite of Everything. Shannon Linton is a Canadian singer-songwriter, classically trained vocalist, and climate activist. After narrowly avoiding a career in opera, she began performing and recording her own songs, first with Northern Hearts (2019 CBC Searchlight Top 100) and now as a solo artist. To celebrate the release of her debut EP, In Spite of Everything, Shannon has invited a dream team - multi-instrumentalist Saskia Tomkins and the velvet-voiced Whitney O’Hearn - to join her for a series of shows across southern Ontario. You can listen to Shannon’s music at or wherever you stream music, and follow her on Instagram or Facebook @shannonlintonmusic. This project has been made possible in part by FACTOR and the Government of Canada.

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6:00 pm

Tragedy Ann and Basset @ Old Church Theatre

June 5 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Old Church Theatre, 940 Bonisteel Road
Trenton, Ontario K8V 5P8 Canada
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Perfect Strangers Tour | Trenton, ON: Old Church Theatre June 5, 2022 6pm $20/PWYC Tragedy Ann and Basset, a pair of Ontario-based folk duos, are emerging from the pandemic together to facilitate intimate musical gatherings between Ontario and the Maritimes. They will be intertwining their songs to present a harmony-ridden night of storytelling, transporting listeners to beekeeper’s fields, haunted second-hand store basements, the shores of the Adriatic Sea, and to their hometown communities. Tragedy Ann and Basset's music answers the call for deeper connection with each other and with the natural world. Presenting new music recorded during a time of isolation, these concerts will be celebrations of resilience, vulnerability, and community. To learn more about these bands, visit and

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