After a great day of cycling Lennox & Addington County, the talented Celtic/folk group Seventh Town will be on hand at MacKinnon Brothers Brewing Company from 2 - 5pm.
Seventh Town features musicians Martin Smit on guitar and vocals, Trisha Elliott on vocals and tin and low whistles, Meghan Balogh on fiddle and vocals and Fraser Hardman on bass and vocals. They've performed at a wide variety of events, including concerts, historic events, Irish ceili dances, wineries, festivals and private functions throughout Eastern Ontario.
Seventh Town draws its musical inspiration from traditional and contemporary folk songs, reels, and jigs from Irish, Scottish, and Canadian traditions.
You'll be greeted at the MacKinnon Brothers registration tent by talented performer Erick Turnbull. Born in Napanee, Erick began playing guitar at the age of ten. At school, he used to entertain classmates with impressions of his teachers, and soon learned to combine his guitar playing with his comedy. He has been performing ever since. Turnbull is one of the many talented artists signed to CANdYRAT Records, a small but very effective record label. He is also the 2005 Canadian Guitar Festival Champion.
Solomon Woodland will be performing at Bergeron Estate Winery & Cider Company from 11:30am - 2:30pm. Solomon specializes in 1950s style rockabilly music influenced by Eddie Cochran, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and many more. He has been singing and playing guitar professionally for over six years as a solo musician.
Solomon is the lead vocalist and guitarist of a three piece rockabilly band called Sol & The Switchblades who are currently playing live shows and working on writing original music to record in the future.