This year’s line-up will comprise 10 shows on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m.
Starting June 19, 2019, and running until August 21, 2019.
June 19 – Sol de Cuba & Pablo Terry
For over 20 years, Cuban-Canadian band, Pablo Terry and Sol de Cuba have been providing entertainment for Festivals, Corporate Events, Private Parties, Clubs, Hotels and Restaurants in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Led by flautist Pablo Terry, Sol de Cuba plays a wide range of musical genres: Latin, Cuban Salsa, Cha Cha Cha, Mambo, Guaguanco, Brazilian Samba, Argentinian Tango, Colombian Cumbia, and Italian songs. With Pablo Terry’s warm, winning smile, dynamic stage presence and musical dexterity, he leaves audiences happy, excited and wanting more…
June 26 – Georgian Big Sound
The Georgian Sound Big Band was formed in 1988 by Bob Cringan.
This enthusiastic band presents a wide variety of danceable music and swings to favourites from the big band era to the present.
Composed of musicians that come from Stayner, Collingwood, Thornbury, Meaford and Owen Sound, the Band enjoys the support of folks here in the South Georgian Bay area.
July 3 – Mike McCarthy Band
Mike and Erica McCarthy are “The Mike McCarthy Band” and have been performing together for 26 years. Mike was born and raised in Toronto and Erica was born and raised in Montreal. They have been a part of the Collingwood music scene since 1993. Mike and Erica met in 1990 and together they have shared the stage and rocked crowds with a cast and crew of members who are highly sought-after musicians. Their live performances are what separate them from the rest! Their energy level is contagious, and crowds feed off this experience.
With a strong flavour of Southern Rock, this 6-piece outfit is a show you do not want to miss.
July 10 – Bay City Soul – Lisa Hutchinson’s Band
Lisa Hutchinson’s Band
BAY CITY SOUL brings the hip factor! Their selective song list and throwback vibe consist of R&B/Soul, and Blues classics from the sixties and seventies, which are sure to please the casual listener and hardcore music aficionados alike. Powerhouse vocalist, Lisa Hutchinson, is joined by top-notch musicians: Gabor Szepesi (keys), James Legere (guitar), Charlie Cooley (drums) and Peter Loudon (bass) to add their own magic to the mix!
July 17 – Boomerang
BOOMERANG IS BACK!!!
As did every town, village and city in North America, Toronto gave birth to a cornucopia of rollicking musical entities. In the late 1960’s, The Crusade rocked the high school gyms and fraternity houses of the local
universities for a couple of years until the end of high school when the bandmates cast their fates to the four winds and The Crusade was no more. That was 1967 and the band took what is known in the music business as
‘a short break’….until 2006!
These guys have been playing great music for over 50 years. And now they are back, as BOOMERANG.
July 24 – Memphis Jones Band
Memphis Jones & his Trio are a house band at BB King’s Bar on Beale Street in Memphis. From Blues and R&B to Soul and Rock&Roll, he gives music lovers
performances that are high on energy & soul and his witty, interactive style engages fans of all ages.
Memphis guarantees his audience a fun experience whenever he takes the stage.
Whether you want to dance, reminisce, or just sit and enjoy, Memphis Jones brings the true sound of Memphis, Tennessee to audiences everywhere.
July 31 – Horseshoes and Handgrenades with Emma Wright opening
A high energy band featuring some of South Georgian Bay’s finest musicians: Chris Scerri, Jon Zaslow, John Hume, Johnny Roy and Beaker Granger!
Playing the best in classic rock and blues. Ready to get everyone jumpin’ at your next event!
The premier Rockin’ Blues Band of South Georgian Bay!
July 31 – Emma Wright opening for Horseshoes and Handgrenades
When you hear someone very young sing well, it is impressive. But when you hear someone interpret a song in a way that moves you, it doesn’t matter how old the performer is. That’s what happens when Emma sings. People within earshot stop and ask, “Who is that voice?” Now 15 years old, she has been an impressive vocalist for several years already.
At age 14, Emma was one of the youngest musicians ever to perform at Boots and Hearts, the second largest Country Music Festival in North America.
August 7 – Turbo Street Funk
TURBO STREET FUNK defies convention; whether they’re playing a festival, pub, concert hall, or even on a busy street corner. The infectious sounds of TURBO STREET FUNK always sound at home.
With a performance style rooted in the New Orleans horn band tradition, TURBO STREET FUNK combines Top 40 hits with top-notch originals in an incendiary show that gets people moving.
August 14 – Weber Brothers
By the ages of 18 and 21, Ryan & Sam Weber had performed alongside Kris Kristofferson, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Jeff Healey and the Tragically Hip to name a few.
With their renowned musical ability, Ryan and Sam have created high-energy and awe-inspiring performances, incorporating lessons learned firsthand from rock n’ roll pioneers. A reputation as the “worst band in the land”, and “heroes of this generation” now precedes them. Whether it be their unrivalled power as a full rock band or their undeniable chemistry highlighted in a head-to-head duo performance, The Weber Brothers always deliver.
August 21 – Austin McCarthy
Now based out of Toronto, having finished his BComm in Finance in Paris, Austin is presently working on his second EP. Whether performing as a solo artist or with his band, Austin blends soulful guitar playing with organic lyrics that create an effortless mix of pop and blues. Austin is thrilled to be a part of Jazz and Blues at The Station summer concert series, bringing his 4-piece band from Montreal. Nico Boog (Bass), Ben Mayo-Goldberg (Drums), Katie Paradis (Saxophone).
He has always recognized the amazing support that he has received from this community and will never forget his roots.