Good afternoon folks,
We hope this finds you wandering the sunny trails with your four-legged friend or happily curled in a sunny spot with a book and a cup of tea.
We have decided to err on the side of caution and postpone our March show. We do hope to reschedule for a later date.
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Bùmarang is composed of three of Montreal’s finest Celtic musicians: Dave Gossage (Orealis, Land of Kush) on flutes, whistles and guitar, Sarah Pagé (Barr Brothers, Lhasa de Sela) on harp and vocals, and Kate Bevan-Baker (Hey Rosetta!, The Dardanelles) on violin and vocals. The trio draws from their diverse musical backgrounds in jazz, classical, African, bluegrass, and traditional music to create a unique Celtic sound.
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Watch some videos from a concert they did a couple of years ago while on tour in the Maritimes:
Briana Tomkinson (vocals and mandolin)
Seiji Gutierrez (guitar and vocals)
Bryan Bowser (guitar and vocals)
Brian Ito (drums)
Eclectic, melodic folk-rock, with influences ranging from Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell, to John Prine and Bob Dylan, to The Cure and Radiohead.