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4

FEBRUARY | 2023

4:00 PM

GRACE UNITED CHURCH

BRAMPTON, ON

Call-905-451-1215

11

FEBRUARY | 2023

7:00 PM

MARY WEBB CENTRE

HIGHGATE, ON

3

MARCH | 2023

8:00 PM

HUGH's ROOM - TRANZAC

TORONTO, ON

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MARCH | 2023

7:30 PM

APRIL | 2023

7:30 PM

MARKET CENTRE THEATRE

WOODSTOCK, ON

ROSELAWN THEATRE

PORT COLBORNE,

ON

JUNE | 2023

7:00 PM

FERGUS GRANDE THEATRE

FERGUS, ON

Coming Soon

26

AUGUST | 2023

7:30 PM

MIDLAND CULTURAL CENTRE

MIDLAND, ON

Coming Soon

31

AUGUST | 2023

7:30 PM

STOCKEY CENTRE

PARRY SOUND

Coming Soon

30

SEPTEMBER | 2023

7:00 PM

ORILLIA OPERA HOUSE

ORILLIA, ON

Coming Soon

21

OCTOBER | 2023

7:30 PM

MEAFORD HALL

MEAFORD, ON

Coming Soon

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JOHN STINSON

Vocals & Guitar

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STEVE
EYERS

Bass Guitar

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ERIC
KIDD

Lead Guitar

MEET THE BAND

Gordon Lightfoot in the audience!

In 2016 we were honoured to have the legend himself in the audience...

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 John Swartz Review - The Orillia Packet and Times Newspaper

There was a surreal moment at Lake Country Grill Sunday afternoon.

John Stinson is singing a tune. Of course, it’s Lightfoot Days, so it’s something from the Lightfoot compendium of music. Eric Kidd is playing lead guitar. His affinity for Gord’s music is natural; his guitar teacher was Red Shea. Steve Eyers is playing bass. His ability to get inside a tune Gord wrote comes from growing up with it; he’s Gord’s nephew. Stinson played previous Lightfoot Days. His voice is too much like Gord’s in tone. Add an ability to phrase like Gord and other vocal idiosyncrasies and he sounds just like the voice on all of the records. He doesn’t appear to be trying too hard to be a Memorex machine; it’s more natural. With your eyes closed, you’d think you were in the room with Gord.

Then you open your eyes and sitting right across from you is Gord.

He’d come to hear his nephew’s band at what amounts to a bit of a family reunion with more than a dozen other relatives on hand. Between conversation with a niece or other family member, he pays attention to Stinson. How does an observer process that? Seeing the icon watching a darned good band performing the icon’s tunes so  well? Heck, how does the singer process that? Stinson said before he stepped up to the mic, he was a bit nervous, on top of not feeling 100% chipper. He’d sung every day of the festival. But he pulled it off. When the set was done, Gord shook his hand and congratulated him.

(from Orillia Packet and Times, Nov 16, 2016)

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