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WINTERFOLK X PREVIEW SHOW
– SNEAK PREVIEW / BENEFIT @ THE MOONSHINE CAFÉ IN OAKVILLE, SAT. DEC 10 @ 8:30 PM
WHO: The Reverend Max Woolaver, The Wanted, HOTCHA!, Phonogarde, Brian Gladstone, Richard Henderson, Bob Ryder and John Jackson
WHAT: Winterfolk X Preview Show & Benefit
WHERE: Moonshine Café, 137 Kerr St, Oakville / 905-844-2655
WHEN: Saturday, December 10 @ 8:30 pm
TICKETS: $10 (all funds go towards support of artists of Winterfolk X)
TORONTO – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011 – Don’t miss the chance to get a sneak preview of what’s in store at this year’s TENTH ANNUAL WINTERFOLK FESTIVAL. Some of the finest folk, roots and blues artists will take the stage at the Moonshine Café, Oakville’s most happening musical venue, December 10th @ 8:30 pm.. For more information and updates please visit www.abetterworld.ca
Toronto’s Winterfolk X festival – which runs from February 17 – 19, 2012, will present a fun, jam-packed night of music as a teaser to the upcoming free, all-ages, mid-winter, weatherproof urban blues and roots festival.
The Moonshine Café preview concert will highlight some of the upcoming festival performers including new emerging youth performer Bob Ryder; country band The Wanted; blues/slide men Phonogarde and Richard Henderson, also a core member of the Wanted; vintage swing duo HOTCHA!, will showcase some of their fine tunes of the 1920s and ‘30s, while singer-songwriters Brian Gladstone, John Jackson and The Reverend Max Woolaver will feature stellar guitar licks alongside superb songcrafting.
MOONSHINE CAFÉ LINEUP:
John Jackson www.johnjackson.ca
Bob Ryder www.bobrydermusic.com
The Wanted www.myspace.com/thewantedlive
Richard Henderson www.myspace.com/richardhendersonsteelguitar
Brian Gladstone www.BrianGladstone.ca
The Reverend Max Woolaver www.myspace.com/reverendmaxwoolaver
MORE ABOUT WINTERFOLK
Winterfolk was formed to entertain, educate, enlighten, engage and encourage the community about various folk music styles including roots, blues, folk and more. Founded by Festival Director Brian Gladstone, it is run as a division of The Association of Artists for a Better World, a registered non-profit organization in the Province of Ontario, Canada. www.abetterworld.ca
“I SUPPORT ROOTS MUSIC IN TORONTO” badges will also be available again at the festival by donation and they’ll be large enough for artists to autograph them!
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS!
We’re always looking for good volunteers to help out. For eight hours of service over the Winterfolk weekend, volunteers receive access to all shows and artist hospitality lounge, including an invitation to a private party with the artists and more! For more info and to sign up, please visit www.winterfolk.com
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