February 24th: TheyCallMeTreeBeard Opens for Michael Jerome Browne

Michael Jerome Browne

Michael Jerome Browne

Three-time Canadian Folk Music Award winner (Traditional Singer, 2015; Solo Artist, 2012 & 2008), Recipient of the Blues With A Feeling Award at the 2020 Maple Blues Awards (with 35 nominations since 1999), five-time Juno Award Nominee in both the Roots/Traditional and Blues categories, Kerrville (Texas) New Folk Finalist — Michael Jerome Browne is a multi-instrumentalist, a songwriter, and a living encyclopedia of American Roots music.

“That’s Where It’s At!” is the latest Juno-nominated album on Borealis Records, released in 2019. This album focuses on the connection between blues and soul, the stripped-down accompaniment consisting only of Michael’s guitar, with drummer John McColgan on five tracks. Vocal guests include Harrison Kennedy, Roxanne Potvin and Eric Bibb. Five originals are mixed in with songs from Sam Cooke, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Al Green, and Stevie Wonder, as well as two spirituals from way back- the roots of gospel and soul.

Have a listen to a sample of the songs here:




Matt Mannucci, a Montreal-based folk musician, will be performing as TheyCallMeTreeBeard. He brings 15 years of experience performing original compositions across Canada. With a unique blend of folk, indie, and bluegrass influences, TheyCallMeTreeBeard’s multi-instrumental talent captivates audiences with thought-provoking songs exploring faith, history, and modern social issues. Get ready to be transported to another world through the soulful sounds of TheyCallMeTreeBeard.

We will be limiting the audience to 90 in an effort to keep you all healthy. Tables will be set for 6 and will be spread out a little more than in the past.

Ticket sales will begin at 7:00 pm in the Church. Doors to the hall will open at 7:30 pm. 

Tickets $10 on sale at the door

24 Maple Ave.
H9X 2E6

We ask that everyone follow the guidance of social distancing – say hello and smile from a short distance. We welcome and encourage masking.


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