Afternoon Music Concert

The Basics:
What? – An afternoon concert of Folk, Country, Bluegrass, and Gospel music.
Who? – Cris Cuddy Acoustic Unit, and Higher Ground
When? – Sunday, June 3 at 2:00 pm
Where? – St. Paul’s Leaskdale, 12251 Regional Rd. #1, Leaskdale, ON _ just 15 minutes north of Uxbridge.
How much? – $20.00 per person

Tickets available at Blue Heron Books, Uxbridge; Leaskdale Country Store;
Online from www.cootentertainment.com; Email tjmccreight@aol.com; or phone 416-540-9831

SUNDAY AT ST. PAUL’S PRESENTS CRIS CUDDY ACOUSTIC UNIT
Coot Entertainment offers a special afternoon of acoustic music on Sunday, June 3, to cap the first season of live concerts at St. Paul’s Leaskdale.

Headlining the show will be the Cris Cuddy Acoustic Unit. The band is led by singer-songwriter Cris Cuddy, with guitar and vocals by Pierre Bordeleau and bass and vocals by Andrew Heathcote. Together, they serve up a clean acoustic sound rich with vocal harmonies and character, featuring original songs by Cris that cover a range of musical genres from Blues to Rock and Country.

Opening the show will be the traditional Bluegrass band, Higher Ground, featuring fiddler Bob Arbuckle, with mandolin and vocals from Walter Bent, banjo and vocals by John Partridge, bass by Tom McCreight, and guitar and lead vocals by Ron Adams.

All in the music-friendly setting of St. Paul’s Leaskdale, a state-of-the-art auditorium which offers comfortable, soft seating, sparkling acoustics, and plenty of free parking!

Tickets are just $20.00. Showtime will be two p.m.

HOW TO GET THERE? St. Paul’s is located at the north end of the village of Leaskdale on the east side of Durham Regional Road #1. On the web, go to http://stpaulsleaskdale.com/ and click on the “About St Paul’s” link for a map.

EXTRA NEWS! CrisCuddy and Tom McCreight have co-written a number of songs, and just recently top Canadian bluegrass group, The Spinney Brothers, recorded their song Sally’s Waltz. It has been receiving airplay on SIRIUS Satellite Radio, various bluegrass radio programs in Canada and the USA, and has even been played in Australia.

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