Culture Days, running from September 24 to 26, is a free, interactive celebration of arts and culture from coast to coast to coast. This fall, Canadians will participate in thousands of free events that bring creators and the public together to celebrate the creative vitality of our communities.
Visit the Culture Days website to choose from the plethora of wonderful talent that we have right here in Manitoba.
Winnipeg's only live talk show, Kelly Hughes Live! will bring you all the trappings you've come to expect from a television talk show - comedy, music and celebrities - as part of Culture Days.
On Friday, September 24, 7:00 p. m., host Kelly Hughes will interview writer John Kendle and producer Chris Burke-Gaffney at Aqua Books located at 274 Garry Street.
John Kendle is the Editor of UPTOWN magazine and the managing editor of Canstar Community News. He is also father, boyfriend, sports fan, book nut, news nerd and music geek.
Chris Burke-Gaffney is a Canadian songwriter, producer and artist manager. He started his career as singer/bassist for The Pumps. He signed his first record deal as a teenager and toured the country with acts like Triumph, Guns N' Roses, and AC/DC.
In his twenties, he wrote his first top-ten single Miracle for Orphan. The song continues to receive heavy airplay on classic rock radio.
Songs written by Burke-Gaffney have been used in numerous movies and television shows including Chicago Hope, Malcolm in the Middle, The Real World and Providence. Burke-Gaffney also oversees CBG Artist Development and Vatikan Records.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Have a great day. How can you miss - you're in Winnipeg!