Graham Nicholas was named one of the “Toronto Musicians to watch for in 2018: Singer-Songwriter Edition” in NOW magazine from Toronto. And you get to see him open for Lonesome Ace Stringband on Sat Sept 22!
He’s just released his latest album, “Dial Tones and Pretty Notes”. With his irreverant humour this is storytelling through thoughtful lyrics within the background of country/folk music. It’s a pleasure to listen to this album and will be even better hearing it live.
Get your tickets to see Graham Nicholas opening for The Lonesome Ace Stringband
Sat Sept 22, 2018
Doors Open 7pm
Music Starts 7:30pm
If you like reflective, good ole country music sung with a smooth baritone, Zachary Lucky’s music will be perfect you. It’s the kind of music that is ideal for sitting around a campfire at the end of a long week, the kind of music to unwind and relax to. Zach’s deep voice captures you within his storytelling, keeping you mesmerized. It will be a night of “unapologetically old school country” music. In 2017, he was nominated for Solo Artist of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards and we’re lucky he’s come to Desboro. Originally from Saskatoon, country music is deep in his bloodlines as his grandfather and grandmother were Smilin’ Johnnie Lucky and Eleanor Dahl, Canadian country legends. Don’t miss your chance to catch him. It’s a great weekend show.
Saturday May 12, 2018
Doors open 7pm
Music starts at 7:30pm
Opener: The Kelly Song Collective
Naomi is a small town girl from a farming background like many of us from Desboro. Music has been a part of her life since she was young. At the age of eight, she taught herself to yodel and became a two time winner of Western Music Association’s “Youth Yodeler of the Year”. Since then she’s gone on to record 10 albums and open for big name artists like Gene Watson, Marty Stuart, Johnny Burke, Stonewall Jackson, The Good Brothers, Larry Mercey, Gordie Tapp, Bobby Bare, Moe Bandy and many other established country artists. Her love of good ole country and gospel music shines through in every show.
Joining her is the phenomonal Steve Piticco who started playing guitar at the age of eleven. At the age of fifteen, he purchased his Telecaster and that is the same guitar he plays to this day! Those who haven’t seen him will be amazed at his lightning fast fingers. Definitely worth coming to see the show.
Here is a video of Naomi doing a newer country song. Enjoy! Then come join us at Desboro Music Hall on Sat Sept 16.
Desboro Music Hall 2017 Concert Series Saturday Sept 16, 2017