Monday through Saturday 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Tuesday, April 28 7:30 PM
10th Concert in the Winter/Spring 2015 Entertainment Season
SASKATCHEWAN'S OWN SPONSORED BY Holash Logue McCullagh
No Hurry is a popular trio from Saskatoon. Their unique blend of acoustic guitar and sweet vocal harmony has been entertaining crowds since 2006. Their song list covers many genres as they spin their own versions of much-loved hits from the sixties to present day. They have performed for two consecutive years at the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra Evening under the Stars, Eagle Creek Music Jamboree and at Prarie Ink Restaurant in McNally Robinson Booksellers as well as a variety of corporate and private functions.
April 30th, 7:30pm
Regina-born Colin James has come a long way since his self-titled debut album in 1988. Since that time he has amassed numerous awards and a string of instantly identifiable hits which has propelled James to the icon status in Canada.
Songs like 'Man's Gotta be a Stone', 'I Need You Bad', 'I'm Losing You', 'Let's Shout', 'Into the Mystic', 'Lost Again', 'Voodoo Thing', 'Keep on Loving me Baby', 'Cadillac Baby', 'Breakin' up the House', and many more have helped James secure a following of fans in North America that would be the envy of many an artist.
He has also won 6 coveted Juno awards, 17 Maple Blues Awards, and several of his albums have reached gold and platinum status. His newest CD is 'Twenty Five Live', featuring the song 'Ain't Nothing' which was filmed live at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. The musical genres which James so nicely spans, include blues, rock, R'n'B, jump blues, swing revival, and blues-rock .
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