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Summerfolk 46 Saturday Night Live Stream

August 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Raven Meets Lion
Our Shotgun Wedding
Kelly Prescott

7:00 pm – Raven Meets Lion

7:40 pm – Our Shotgun Wedding

8:20 pm – Vishten

9:00 pm – Kelly Prescott

Join us from the comfort of your own home for an evening of music streamed from the historic Roxy Theatre! The show will bring you a mix of live and pre-recorded acts by artists. Listen to some old favourites and discover some new favorites. We are excited to be offering the opportunity to purchase material from the artists during their performance. There will be links to their web stores available on screen during their sets. Tickets are minimum $10, and if you are able to pay more the generosity is greatly appreciated. Visit the CTRE website for more info. A link to access the live stream will be sent to the email used to purchase the ticket on the day of the show. 

*Note* If you have purchased tickets for any Sunday afternoon show, you do not need to purchase this ticket as your ticket for the afternoon programming is valid for this Live Stream. 


August 21, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Georgian Bay Folk Society
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Raven meets Lion

Raven meets Lion was born to musically express the heart and cultural stories brought to Canada by new settlers. They tell the stories of leaving, bringing rich ancestral wisdom ,cultural sharing and love for the earth. The melodies often reference gaelic sean nós style with new world accompaniment and harmonies. Raven meets Lion is a modern bardic experience, inviting you to realmwalk this ancient and modern soundscape with them.


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Our Shotgun wedding

Our Shotgun Wedding is the warm and honest collaboration of Dylan McMullin and Lauren Jewell. The infectious chemistry of this husband and wife duo simmers constantly, and boils over on stage. The style of these multi–instrumentalists is as infectious as the catchy toe-tapping songs they perform.
The couple met in 2010 at Summerfolk Music Festival in Owen Sound, Ontario and a 5 track demo EP entitled “Ghosts of the Bury Road,” was released in 2012. The track, “The Hitchhiker” was featured on CBC Radio’s Bandwidth.
The style they bring to the stage is warm, textured and honest, yet provocative and searching. They are a dynamic young band whose song writing abilities produce lyrics and melodies that fit their musical skills so well that the result is like polished pyrite, everyday ideas presented in a cleanly finished way that works so well. Our Shotgun Wedding’s music is fresh and new, confronting yet comforting. And while their music may be new to you, it still comes across sounding oh so familiar.


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For over a decade, the Acadian trio Vishtèn has dazzled audiences with its fiery blend of traditional French songs and original instrumentals that fuse Celtic and Acadian genres with a modern rock sensibility and indie-folk influences. Lauded as “traditional but fiercely up-to-the- moment” (Penguin Eggs), this band from Canada’s east coast has been recognized as an ambassador of Francophone culture around the world.

The trio comprises multi-instrumentalists Emmanuelle and Pastelle LeBlanc from the Evangeline Region of Prince Edward Island, and Magdalen Islands’ native, Pascal Miousse. Cradled in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, in the North Atlantic Ocean, Prince Edward Island is home to a small but thriving a Francophone Acadian community with a rich tradition of song and instrumental music. Nearby, the even smaller archipelago of the Magdalen Islands (les Îles de la Madeleine) is predominantly Francophone, recognized for its distinctive French dialect, songs and unique fiddling style. All three members of Vishtèn were raised in homes in which traditional music, percussive dance and kitchen parties were part of everyday life. Together, they pay homage to their traditions and to the historic and strong musical connections between their two island Acadian communities.


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Kelly Prescott

Kelly Prescott comes by her music in the most honest way possible, as a third generation singer/songwriter on both sides of her family. She grew up between a tour bus & a world class recording studio, her childhood steeped in traditional country music. Kelly and her family recently made their Grand Ole Opry debut as guests of Terri Clark.

She has toured all over North America with such acts as Alan Doyle, Kyle Cook (Matchbox 20) Terri Clark, Dallas Smith, Jim Cuddy (Blue Rodeo) Colin James, Dean Brody, her former band The Claytones and performing as Emmylou Harris in the theatrical production of Grievous Angel: The Legend of Gram Parsons.   


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