Bill Monahan ~ Meaford Live Music

Folk, Gospel and The Beatles This Week in Meaford



Two members of The Honeyrunners, Dan Dwoskin and Marcus Bucci, who made a great impression this summer at the Meaford Summer Concert Series, will be playing at The Leeky Canoe on Thursday.  Two days earlier keyboard player Dan will be joining Chris Scerri to co-host the Tuesday night open mic.


Friday night at The Marsh Street Centre in Clarksburg, Dean Hollin presents the story and songs of Hoagy Carmichael with his 8-piece jazz band. Tickets for this show can be purchased at Stuff To Read here in Meaford for just $25 and $5 for students.

River and Rock with singer-songwriter Beaker Granger will be returning to The Leeky on Saturday night

On Friday night wood carver and singer Gerry Goldie will be travelling down from Lion’s Head to play at Captains Corner.  Well known in the community of Lion’s Head he is part of a thriving local music scene as well as a carpenter and carver and a singer of folk songs and some light rock and roll.  He’ll be playing from 6 to 9 at Captains Corner, with no cover.

At Meaford Hall, Saturday night is set aside for the Beatles #1 Hits, a multi-media show with letter perfect renditions of Beatles songs presented by an eleven piece orchestra that includes strings and horns, with a commentary by Q107’s Al Joynes.  Tickets at $37 are available at the Meaford Hall Box Office.

Donovan Woods at Heartwood Hall

At the Heartwood Concert Hall in Owen Sound, Donovan Woods will be playing Saturday night, with Joey Landreth. Donovan Woods is a songwriter whose compositions have been covered by high-profile U.S. country stars and many Canadian country acts. One of his songs, co-written with Carleton Stone and Andrew Austin, “On the Nights You Stay Home” has become familiar to listeners of CBC Radio 2.  Joey Landreth is one half of The Brothers Landreth, an alternative country band that won the 2015 Juno for Roots and Traditional Album of the Year.

On Sunday afternoon the Knox Presbyterian Church in Meaford presents a special free concert with Rescue Junction, an award-winning Gospel and Bluegrass band from  Millbank, Ontario built around brother and sister Kyle and Kaitlin Gerber.