- November 4, 2016 @ 8:30pm (doors @ 7:30pm)
- Heartwood Concert Hall
The Mudtown Music & Arts Series is pleased to announce its spring 2016 lineup featuring three heavy hitters visiting the new Heartwood Concert Hall in Owen Sound for the first time. The series features the best in visiting and regional musicians and artists, seeking to connect both artist and audience with an expanding creative network.
Peterborough’s legendary saloon symphony, the Silver Hearts, will make their inaugural appearance at the hall onSaturday, April 23rd. The band recently completed their first recording in over 10 years with engineer James McKenty (Blue Rodeo, Cuff the Duke), featuring 13 golden favourites to be released by Mudtown Records later this year. The group’s sprawling ragtime ‘n’ blues sound has garnered widespread praise, taking them as far as Japan to perform. This will be the Silver Hearts first visit to the area since their 2014 near-capacity performance at the Roxy Theatre with the Sadies.
Saturday, May 28th will see Toronto bluegrass quintet the Foggy Hogtown Boys bring their ‘‘Carters & Cash’ tribute to the Heartwood Concert Hall. The concert will feature bluegrass renditions of songs made famous by the Carter Family – the first family of American Country music – and Johnny Cash (husband to June Carter). This will be an exciting show for both fans of country and bluegrass. The group is comprised of some of the nation’s best bluegrass players and display a dizzying ability as they share a single ‘cold stage’ microphone, like Grand Ol’ Opry stages of the past. It promises to be a fantastic evening of music respecting old time music and its roots.
And, on Saturday, June 18th, St. Catherine’s based 14 piece brass funk and hip-hop band My Son the Hurricane bring the tour for their new, yet-to-be-named album to Heartwood Concert Hall. The group was garnered praise throughout festivals and venues for their high energy, dynamic performances, which include original music, alongside original takes on retro classics. Local lovers of the bizarre, tWeen – a tribute act to weird wave rockers Ween – will open.
For showtimes, tickets, and information visit just look under the events tab, or call (519) 416-8696.