Beggar’s Band opens for Notre Dame de Grass [Friday] October 27th

Notre Dame de Grass

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Matthew Large – guitar/vocals
Guy Donis – banjo
Joe Grass – mandolin/vocals
Josh Zubot – fiddle/vocals
Andrew Horton – bass/vocals

Canadian Folk Music Award nominated Notre Dame de Grass is a five-piece bluegrass band specializing in original songs and instrumental material. Songsmith/guitarist Matt Large and composer/banjoist Guy Donis provide the palette for fiddler Josh Zubot, mandolinist Joe Grass and bassist Andrew Horton to exhibit their exceptional skill.
While staying true to the conservative sensibilities of bluegrass music, Notre Dame de Grass calls upon the deep well of North American folk idioms to inform their work. Featuring strong vocal harmonies and high calibre instrumental musicianship, a Notre Dame de Grass concert is a unique tour de force.

Notre Dame de Grass est un groupe de cinq musiciens spécialisé dans la musique bluegrass qui prend plaisir à interpréter des chansons et des pièces instrumentales originales. Tout en restant fidèle aux sensibilités conservatrices de la musique bluegrass, Notre Dame de Grass pige dans la longue tradition de la musique folklorique nord-américaine pour compléter son répertoire. Grâce à leurs puissantes harmonies vocales, ces musiciens de haut calibre font de chaque spectacle une expérience inoubliable.

Beggar’s Band

Cheyenne Schaub and Matthew Mannucci: a duet folk band from the heart of Montreal. Bizarre instruments accompanied with tight soothing harmonies.

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Doors open 7:30 PM. Show Starts at 8:00 PM

Tickets $10 at the door.

24 Maple Ave.
H9X 2E6

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