Friday’s show is taped again. All music of a concert on Saturday night in Kingston. CD Release for Kyra and Tully. Jenn Grant is performing too. But I heard a week ago that Bruce Cockburn will also make an appearance. Now that’s a great lineup.
And it’s a concert I can’t go to because of Mitchell Bowl and work Saturday night. So hope a few readers can go. Think CFRC is recording part of the concert so at least I’ll have to listen to in the upcoming weeks.
In case I don’t write again before Saturday I’m picking Laval by 10 against Queen’s in the Mitchell Bowl.
As a headline in The Whig said it was “Yates Cup or bust” for Queen’s. So they accomplished their goal. For Laval every year it’s “Vanier Cup or bust” but this year’s game is also in Quebec City. That adds a bit extra incentive for the Rouge et Or.
Was going to write a Yates Cup post this week, but there are a lot of good stories online elsewhere to read about that. Not much for me to add right now.
Here is more info on Saturday’s concert.
Sydenham Street United Church to Melt on November 21st.
On November 21st Halifax’s Jenn Grant and Kingston’s Kyra and Tully will share the stage for an eagerly anticipated concert that promises to be one of the Limestone City’s most magical shows of the year.
Jenn Grant, the beautiful orchestral pop singer will be in Kingston in support of her latest record, ‘Echoes’. She will headline the CD Release concert for Kingston’s own Kyra and Tully at 7 p.m., Saturday, November 21 at the Sydenham Street United Church (89 Sydenham Street).
Kyra and Tully will release their new album, ‘Wildlife (in and out of the city)’ which features some incredible songs that are sure to capture the hearts of music-lovers everywhere.
Tickets are 12$ in advance (15$ at the door) and are available at Queen’s Performing Arts Office (JDUC), Zap Records, Tara Foods, and Brian’s Record Option. Children under 12 get in free