NEWS

Mar 18 2017

Live at the Raven Pub

Mar 17 2017

The Longest winter

Its been a long winter, the woodpile is getting low so its time for spring, and some sunshine . hopefully it’ll be here soon.
For the first time in a long time, shows were cancelled here on the coast this winter, due to the snow.
So I’m looking forward to better weather, and better driving conditions for a few spring road trips.
I’ll be heading East to Calgary, Toronto and New Brunswick with Stanton Paradis and Kara Stanley, Doing our Music Healing presentation to the Brain Injury Canada conference in St. John, and the Alberta Disability association in Calgary.
In May its the first of Washington State shows in Port Townsend, and in June a tour of Vancouver Island and The Pender Harbour Blues festival.
In the fall , there are a few more trips south into Washington, and then the Far West Folk Alliance conference in October.
See you along the trail.

The High Bar Gang will be making a stop on the Sunshine coast this February for a show at the Raven’s Cry Theatre Feb 25. With special guests, Stanton Paradis.
Tickets are available at The Ravens Cry Theatre, The Sechelt Vistors Centre, Laedeli Gifts in Gibsons, MELOmania in Roberts Creek, Earth Fair Books in Madeira Park, and on line at the Buy Tickets page at Stanton Paradis

I’ll be heading into Washington along with the Storm warning this weekend. Disco Bay Detour in Discovery Bay Friday Oct 14, Anelia’s Kitchen and Stage in La Conner Saturday Oct 15, and back to Port Townsend Sunday at the Cellar Door.
port-townsend

Stanton Paradis will be performing 5 dates in Toronto this fall. Simon Paradis and Kara Stanley will be telling their story of recovery , accompanied by music from the Duo Stanton Paradis Sept 26 and 27 at the Brain Injury Canada conference at the University of Toronto. Then on the 28th, at Burdock 1184 Bloor, 9 pm. Thursday Sept 29 at the Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund 1175 Bloor, and on Friday the 30th TRANZAC Club at 292 Brunswick Ave. 7:30 pm

Simon and Joe

Simon and Joe