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Ken Whiteley and The Beulah Band are at the London Home County Music and Art Festival today. They will be hosting the Sunday Gospel workshops at 12 noon along with Sweet Alibi and Dirty Dishes. Then Ken and bassist Gord Mowatt join Angelique Francis and Kerri Manning on the Blues workshop at 4:30pm on the Center stage.  Looking ahead Ken and the Beulahs will also be heading out to the Westben Arts TGIF! Concert Series, Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival and Summerfolk Music Festival.  Ken is also scheduled to perform at the Victoria Playhouse PEI, Cloggeroo Folk Festival, OM Music Festival and Weaving Words Festival. And the Cramahe Township Public Library presents Ken in concert for the families and friends of the the library. For more info click on the Shows tab.

 

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  Weaving Words Festival

  Freedom Blues CD Release concert

 

NEW CD: “In Freedom Blues Canadian roots music icon Ken Whiteley has crafted a timeless set of songs that address both contemporary and historical struggles for the freedom endemic to a healthy, progressive society. Deftly drawing on a wide range of musical sources including blues, gospel and, for lack of a better word, folk, Freedom Blues is a landmark album in Whiteley's career and Canadian roots music in general.”   

~ Grammy Award winning music professor, Rob Bowman

 

We hope you enjoy the first two YouTube videos "Bring It All Right Down" and "Give Your Hands To Struggle" from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasaka for the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill,Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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