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This Saturday! Kim Doolittle, Ken Whiteley and Saskia Tomkins will be playing some beautiful roots and blues music and perhaps a few surprises at the Free Times Cafe. Show starts at 7pm. Contact the cafe or for reservations/tickets.


This Sunday!  "Songs for Joy" will feature guest vocalists Coco Love Alcorn, Ali Matthews and basso profondos vocalist Pat Patrick at Hugh's Room Live, Toronto.  Also mark your calendars for the Sunday Gospel's season finale show on March 25.  Lunch from 12noon with Music from 2pm. Tickets and table reservations available from Hugh's Room Live or call 416-533-LIVE (5483).  For more really great music visit Ken's Gospel page. 


Coco Love Alcorn has always followed her spirit, but never so literally as with her latest album, Wonderland. The songs spring from her personal journey, but true to her nature, Coco offers a universal interpretation that invites all listeners to jump in and sing along. Pat Patrick is one of Toronto’s, and possibly the country’s, deepest bass vocalists. He has an incredibly rich bass voice, which is infused with sincerity and musical skills. Whether singing harmonies or a solo, Pat is always an engaging performer and an audience favourite. He's a member of Ken Whiteley’s touring Gospel Revue band and can be heard singing on many of Ken’s CDs, including Thank You Lord!, Gospel Makes Me Feel Alright! & One World Dance. Multi-award winning recording artist, Ali Matthews  has been a performing songwriter since her teens and has built a strong following across Canada and beyond. Ali’s songwriting and performing are highly respected in both the Christian and the mainstream music industry due to her accessible, honest lyrics and her ability to weave the “spiritual” into every day life experiences. 



New Song & Video... Ken has a new song/video that will take less than 2 minutes to watch. If you like it, we encourage you to share it. Ken had the idea and refrain line for months and then after he shared them at a solstice party the enthusiastic response gave him the energy to finish the song. May we all be encouraged to work on projects that have the potential to make our countries and our world a better place. Thanks to Liam Romalis and Mako Funasaka who jumped on Ken's ideas for the video and made it happen.


What better time to start a discussion on "freedom".  Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his latest recording, "Freedom Blues" and lots of live clips give you a musical taste (in the first video below). This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to dig a little deeper.  We also hope you also enjoy the live performance version of "Omar Khadr's Blues" from Ken's 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 LevyBucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry WhiteAlastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Please tell your friends to check these videos out.  














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