The Awesomeness Continues
Friday night at Harvest Jazz and Blues was amazing. First of all…there was Trey…yes Trey Anastasio. Need I say more? That was just the tip of the iceberg. There was Steven Page, Matt Minglewood, and The Trans-Canada Highwaymen. Did I mention that Steven Page stopped in and played a special set with Canada’s own indie, super-group TCH? It was mind-blowing.
The night was rounded-out by other acts like: Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer, Garret Mason, Blind Dog, The Crossroad Devils, The Hypochondriacs, The Downtown Blues Band and many more. The Stingray Rising Star Competition named its winner…Jamie Comeau and the Crooked Teeth from Saint John. Fredericton’s own The Tortoise The Hare & The Millionaire took second place.
Check out photos from Friday night below. Were you seen in Fredericton?
Earl and Coffin
Who To Watch out For On Saturday Night
The festival is far from over. Saturday night is filled with entertainment that is sure to please any audiophile. Kick off the night with the legendary Steve Earl. Colin James willl be rocking the Moose Light Blues Blues Tent at 10. Check out the young Brandon ‘Taz’ Niederauer a few times. Hollerado will be rocking the Barracks tent.
Other acts to watch out for are: Earl and Coffin, Theresa Malenfant, Brookside Mall, Joel Leblanc, The Ghost of Paul Revere, Sonya Rae and the Sleepwalkers, and Les Hotesses d’Hilaire