January 11, 2014

Few Who Do l RasTamils Live Recording & Reggae Workshop l Chekhovfest: Dance Off l Pop Nuit 1: Venetian Snares with Mahogany Frog

January 24, 7:15 pm
Winnipeg Folk Festival presents Few Who Do
The Folk Exchange, 211 Bannatyne Ave
$10.00 in advance at the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store 

Few Who Do weaves melodic vocal harmonies over a sea of cello, pedal-steel, banjo, guitar, drum and bass. Hailing from the green fields of England, singer-songwriter Tim Barlow was a regular on the London scene. After settling in Winnipeg he met up with like minded musicians resulting in the creation of a sound described as "Brit Grass."

January 24, 7:15pm until 11:00pm
West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue
Doors open 7: 30pm / Tickets are $10 - $15 at the door
Available at: West End Cultural Centre, Into the music, Music Trader, Mondragon 

RasTamils will be recording a Live Album and a video.  They will be presenting a Reggae Workshop conducted by Reggae Masters Gerry Atwell & Christian Devoin ( Bob Narley)

Dance Off for Chekhov!
January 24, 2014, 9:30 pm until 2:00 am
Fame Nightclub, 279 Garry Street
Tickets from our website, at Music Trader, or Into the Music. Tickets are $5 each 

Come join the cast and crew of Theatre by the River and Little Echo Theatre's co-production of The Cherry Orchard as we kick off the 2014 Master Playwright Festival. 
DJ team "The Shake" (DJ Manalogue and DJ Lotek) will be spinning all night long. 

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and Big Fun present 
Pop Nuit 1: Venetian Snares with Mahogany Frog (in collaboration with BIG FUN)
January 25, 2014   Get Tickets 
Union Sound Hall, 110 Market Avenue

Pop Nuit will be hosting Aaron Funk, the sole member of Venetian Snares, who has been prolific in the electronic music scene for over a decade. His manic clusters of samples, drum beats and synthesizers will attack your ears... in a good way.

Opening the evening is local legend Mahogany Frog, whose unorthodox sounds and complex arrangements explore the nether regions of tone, mood and composition.

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