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Jan 16-18/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
"The Way We Feel: A Celebration of The Songs Of Gordon Lightfoot". This annual concert was first created and produced by Aengus Finnan & Jory Nash in 2003 and this will be the 7th annual installment of the show. The concept is simple: Invite about 10 Folk/Roots artists to each perform 2 Lightfoot songs of their choice in a sit-down concert setting. Add a fantastic house band and amiable host and the result is a wonderful, celebratory evening. While the performing artists change somewhat from year to year the spirit of the written song and the acknowledgement of the impact of Gordon Lightfoot's music remain unifying yearly themes.
8:00 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Jan 18/09

Neighbourhood Unitarian Congregation, 79 Hiawatha Rd

Toronto, ON
Join Rev. Wayne Walder & Ken for a spoken and musical tribute to MARTIN LUTHER KING. This is a "Bring a friend service" as visitors are always welcome here. Free. For more info call 416.686.6809
10:30am
For more info, visit www.nuuc.ca/

Jan 19/09

Phoenix Concert Hall, 410 Sherbourne St

Toronto, ON
Ken has been nominated for The 2008 Blues With A Feeling Award (Lifetime Achievement). The 12th Annual Maple Blues Awards honours Canada's best in Blues at a gala ceremony. For more info visit www.torontobluessociety.com
8:00 pm
For more info, visit www.torontobluessociety.com

Jan 25/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
Back By Popular Demand! The first concert of Ken's 2009 Gospel series at Hugh's Room features special guests Sharon Riley, John Mays, Bucky Berger, Nicole Edwards and Ben Whiteley. Toronto's own international gospel recording artist SHARON RILEY is applauded for her GRAMMY and JUNO award winning work with FAITH CHORALE (a 35 voice gospel choir). She has an incredible, rich alto voice which is infused with sincerity and musical skills. Blues lead vocalist JOHN MAYS is well-known for his work with the 2008 JUNO Award Winning Blues group FATHEAD. Raised in Georgia, John has had a storied career that began in the Southern gospel tradition, crossing over into Doo-Wop, R&B and Blues plus a memorable stint with the Godfather of Soul James Brown. The talented and strongly in demand BUCKY BERGER currently drums with FATHEAD. Bucky's rhythms have backed up, either live or in the studio, a who's who of Canadian and international artists, such as Tom Paxton, John Hammond, The Campbell Brothers, Blind John Davis, David Wilcox, Chiliwack, Rough Trade, Ken Whiteley, Raffi and Mr Dressup, to name only a few. Yukon-based NICOLE EDWARDS blazed her musical trail as an unplugged songstress with a voice equal parts grit, smoke and confection. The ability to sink her voice to the low end of the musical register and rocket it back up to the top of the scale has served her well. Her third CD, Sparkin’, is a collection of jazz standards. Accompanying everyone on bass will be Ken’s son, BEN WHITELEY. Currently attending University of Toronto's prestigious music faculty, Ben can also be found around town playing in the group FLASHLIGHT RADIO, with Suzy Wilde. Their sound combines Ben's instrumental talents on standup bass and guitar with Suzie's captivating voice and lyrics. Childhood friends, both have been involved in performing, recording and songwriting since they were very young and have received a first hand education from their respective parents, Ken Whiteley and Nancy White. Together Ben and Suzie have created a brand of roots music that is very much their own. KEN WHITELEY is a prolific songwriter, a gifted and versatile guitarist and mandolinist, and a powerful singer! His musical cohorts refer to him as a "playing encyclopedia" for his depth and range of styles, covering everything from folk to blues to gospel and children's music. This past November 2008, Whiteley was inducted into the Mariposa Folk Festival's Hall of Fame and was recently nominated for another Canadian Folk Music and Maple Blues with A Feeling awards. His recording "Gospel Music Makes Me Feel Alright!" continues to be a best-seller.
2 pm show, lunch from 1 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Feb 12/09

Unionville Meadows Public School

Markham, ON
Jug Band & folk songs for grades K-5 and Bluesology for grades 6-8. Closed to the public.
9am & 1pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Feb 15/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
Back By Popular Demand! Ken's Gospel Brunch with special guests 2007 Canadian Folk Music Award & 2005 Juno Award winner Mighty Popo (African Guitar Summit), Rebecca Campbell (known for her stellar vocals w The Porkbelly Futures, Three Sheets to the Wind, Fat Man Waving, Jane Siberry) and Kevin Head from Kingston.
2 pm show, lunch from 1 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Feb 17-21/09

Folk Alliance Conference

Memphis, TN
The 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
For more info, visit www.folk.org

Feb 18/09

Folk Alliance Creaking Tree Showcase

Memphis, TN
Creaking Tree Showcase in Room 1719 at the 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
10:30pm
For more info, visit www.creakingtree.com

Feb 18/09

Folk Alliance Tribute to Phil Ochs

Memphis, TN
Tribute to Phil Ochs in Heritage 3 at the 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
9:15pm
For more info, visit www.folk.org

Feb 19/09

Folk Alliance Twitter Twatter Showcase

Memphis, TN
Twitter Twatter Showcase in Room 1730 at the 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
1am
For more info, visit www.nancycassidymusic.com

Feb 20/09

Folk Alliance Twitter Twatter Showcase

Memphis, TN
Twitter Twatter Showcase in Room 1730 at the 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
1:30am
For more info, visit www.nancycassidymusic.com

Feb 21/09

Folk Alliance Official Showcase

Memphis, TN
Official Performance Alley Showcase in the Knoxville Room at the 21st Annual International Folk Alliance Conference.
8pm
For more info, visit www.folk.org

Mar 7/09

St John's Anglican Church, 288 Humberside Ave

Toronto, ON
Songs of Hope: A Benefit Concert for the Ministries of St. John’s! Featuring Ken Whiteley, Tim Elliott, Anne Lederman, Jaroslav Czerwinec, Glory Glory Hallelujah! Fun for the entire family; a very children friendly concert. *Jaroslav Czerwinec began to study the accordion at the age of 8 and has been playing continually since then. Versatility is the name of his game. While his roots are in Ukrainian music, he enjoys playing many different kinds of music, from reggae through hymns to Scottish Country dancing. Over the past twenty years, he has played frequently with Cowboy Junkies: he was with them for the Trinity Session, which first brought them to prominence, and most recently played with them at their Trinity Session Revisited concert at Massey Hall last year. *Rev. Tim Elliott is a Toronto-based jazz pianist, Anglican priest and vocational consultant, Tim, who is married to CBC radio news anchor Judy Maddren, has always mixed his two vocations - music and the priesthood. He partly financed his studies at the General Theological Seminary in New York, N.Y. by working as a lounge pianist and folk singer. After a stint in the private sector, he served for more than 25 years as a parish priest in and around Toronto. Then, in 1999, he co-founded (with percussionist Brian Barlow) Jazz Vespers at his parish of Christ Church Deer Park in Toronto. That taste of working with music led Tim to leave daily parish ministry to explore his music, which he combines with a consulting career, working particularly with clergy, professionals and executives in transition. A popular conference speaker and workshop leader, he focuses on jazz, spirituality, vocation, and creativity. Tim has a doctor of ministry degree from Trinity College and the Toronto School of Theology in the dynamics of work and vocation, and is the author of Clarity and Courage: Life as an Improvised Journey (Creber Monde, 2006). Tim has release two solo piano CDs All the Things You Are and New Every Morning - Hymn Tunes and Variations. * Glory Glory Hallelujah! Comprising Mike Wood, Laura Wood, Leah Hunter and Andrew Huang, Glory Glory Hallelujah formed in early 2008 through a shared desire to play traditional hymns with modern arrangements. Before this official inception, they often led worship together at the downtown church Freedomize Toronto, and continue to do so. They released their first album O Christmas in December 2008, featuring twelve Christmas songs. *Originally from Manitoba, Anne Lederman is a fiddler, singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist strongly rooted in several musical traditions-Celtic, Metis and French-Canadian, Klezmer & Balkan, classical and jazz. Over her 30 year career, Anne has worked with bands Muddy York, The Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band, Siykha, and LOKA and such artists as Harry Hibbs, Margaret Christl, Don Freed, Holly Cole, Theresa Tova, Tom Leadbeater and Garnet Rogers, among others. She has her own band, Fiddlesong, and also performs with Njacko Backo, Urban Mermaid, and a new fiddle-based trio, Eh? She has recorded four CDs under her own name: Not a Mark in This World, 7 Cats, Come From Every Way and Fiddlesong. Anne also composes and performs for theatre, most recently, Roseneath Theatre's Spirit Horse. Her own play, Spirit of the Narrows, about the Metis fiddle tradition, was featured at the Blyth Theatre Festival in 2004 and 2005. *Tom Leighton is well known for his energetic performances and his ability to play several instruments at the same time. As half of Haines & Leighton, he has three CD's with Borealis Records, including the award-winning Hand To Hand. Tom teaches part of each year at Wexford C.I. School for the Arts, performs regularly with Conrad Kipping and Anne Lederman and is currently recording his first instrumental recording.
4pm - 6pm
$15/Adult; $10/Senior; $5/under 12; FREE/Toddlers
For more info, visit www.sjwt.ca

Mar 8/09

St John's Anglican Church, 288 Humberside Ave

Toronto, ON
Ken plays guitars and sometimes mandolin for what might be called a “Blues Eucharist”. His music approaches freedom, love, spiritual aspiration, and social comment. Open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
10:30am-12noon
Free
For more info, visit www.sjwt.ca

Mar 14/09

Bluesaganza: Benefit for Autism

St Catharines, ON
Bluesaganza: The 10th Annual Benefit for Autism at the Champaign Banquet Hall, 294 Vine Street, Royal Canadian Legion Polish Veterans BR 418. This year's event features an all-star band lead by Jim Casson and special guests Ken Whiteley, Chuck Jackson and Steve Strongman. Tickets at the CAW 199 Hall (124 Bunting Rd), all branches of First Ontario Credit Union, Autism Niagara (60 James St, suite 404), Trillium Safety Supply (Queenston St), Burtnik Printing (72 Queenston St), The Golden Pheasant/The Duck(Ontario St), The Dogpound (Hartzel Rd). Sold Out last year so get your tickets early.
8pm-12midnight
$10. advance/$15. door subject to availability
For more info, visit www.autismontario.com/niagara

Mar 17/09

Main Public Library

Toronto, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation during March Break. All of the Seasons songs.
2pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 18/09

Runneymede Library

Toronto, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation during March Break. All of the Seasons songs.
2pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 19/09

Swansea Library

Toronto, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation during March Break. All of the Seasons songs.
10:30am
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 19/09

Jane/Dundas Library

Toronto, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation during March Break. All of the Seasons songs.
2pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 20/09

Deer Park Library

Toronto, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation during March Break. All of the Seasons songs.
2pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 27/09

Maple Grove Public School

Oakville, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation. Jug Band & folk songs with brother Chris Whiteley for the school community. Closed to the public.
2:15pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Mar 29/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
The final Gospel Brunch of the 2009 series featuring special guests Jacob & Lily , Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley.
2 pm show, lunch from 1 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Apr 3/09

Caffe Lena, 47 Phila Street

Saratoga Springs, NY
Ken Whiteley will be "Singing the Spirit" as he performs blues, gospel and folk music from his most recent CD "One World Dance" and other classic favourites. Joining Ken will be Mark Murphy on string bass.
8pm
$16/$14, call (518) 583-0022
For more info, visit www.caffelena.org

Apr 4/09

Oswego Music Hall

Oswego, NY
Ken Whiteley will be "Singing the Spirit" as he performs blues, gospel and folk music from his most recent CD "One World Dance" and other classic favourites. Joining Ken will be Mark Murphy on string bass.
8pm
$8 Members/$12 Non-Members, call (315) 342-1733
For more info, visit www.oswegomusichall.org

Apr 5/09

Westhaven House Concert

Ithaca, NY
Gospel Sunday Brunch with Ken Whiteley & Joe Crookston. Ken and Joe will be "Singing the Spirit" as they performs blues, gospel and folk music from Ken's most recent CD "One World Dance" and other classic favourites. Reservations strongly suggested. Contact Joe Crookston at joecplay@mindspring.com
2pm
$15 donation, email joecplay@mindspring.com
For more info, visit www.joecrookston.com

Apr 10-12/09

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre

Val Morin, Quebec
Ken will be sharing his gospel music as part of the venerable ashram's Easter weekend program.
For more info, visit www.sivananda.org/camp/

Apr 17/09

Canadian Conference of the Brethren Christ Church

Waterloo, ON
Private engagement at the Canadian Conference of the Brethren Christ Church.
7pm

Apr 25/09

Indian Hill Guitar Company Shop

Montreal, QC
Special guest Mike O'Brien. His self-titled recording was named #1 local album of 2007 in the Montreal Hour. Mike also plays in Ideal Lovers (with Zac DeCamp, David Payant, Joe Grass, Josh Toal & Mike Evin).
8pm
(514) 942-4902
For more info, visit www.indianhillguitars.com

Apr 26/09

Oscar Peterson Hall

Montreal, QC
Ken accompanies Folk legend and Grammy winner Tom Paxton
8pm
For more info, visit tompaxton.com

Apr 27/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
Ken accompanies Folk legend and Grammy winner Tom Paxton
7:30pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

May 2-3/09

World Harmony Folk Workshop

Toronto, ON
World Harmony Folk Workshop with Kathy Bullock @ Wychwood Barns.
10am-5pm
For more info, visit www.worldharmonyfolk.org

May 3/09

Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst Street

Toronto, ON
Ken performs with The Travellers. For more information call 416-636-1880 ex.354
For more info, visit www.bjcc.ca

May 19/09

Ross Doan Public School

Richmond Hill, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation of jug band & folk songs with brother Chris Whiteley for the school community. Closed to the public.
2pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

May 21/09

Steam Whistle Brewing, The Roundhouse

Toronto, ON
Ken & brother Chris Whiteley perform at Mariposa In The Schools' 40th Anniversary Gala Benefit.
6:30pm
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

May 23/09

1st New Hamburg LIVE! Arts Festival

New Hamburg, ON
Ken hosts a Gospel singing workshop with Vicki St Pierre and Charlene Nafziger at the Zion United Church.
10am
For more info, visit www.newhamburglive.ca

May 24/09

1st New Hamburg LIVE! Arts Festival

New Hamburg, ON
Ken brings Gospel to the first New Hamburg LIVE! Arts Festival. Afternoon gospel choral concert with Vicki St Pierre, Charlene Nafziger, Bucky Berger, Ben Whiteley and the festival choir at the Steinmann Mennonite Church.
2pm
For more info, visit www.newhamburglive.ca

May 31/09

St John's Anglican Church, 288 Humberside Ave

Toronto, ON
Ken plays guitars and sometimes mandolin for what might be called a “Blues Eucharist”. His music approaches freedom, love, spiritual aspiration, and social comment. Open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
10:30am-12noon
Free
For more info, visit www.sjwt.ca

Jun 3/09

McMaster University Library

Hamilton, ON
A Celebration of the Music of Jackie Washington on the occasion of the gift of his musical archives to McMaster University. By invitation only. For more details call (905) 525-9140 ext. 20711 or contact Jeffrey Trzeciak, University Librarian.
7pm

Jun 15/09

Lamberton Public School

North York, ON
Blues In The Schools presentation for the school community. Closed to the public.
For more info, visit www.torontobluessociety.com

Jun 16/09

Massey Street Public School

Brampton, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation of jug band & folk songs with brother Chris Whiteley for the school community. Closed to the public.
10:30am
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Jun 25/09

Sir William Orser Public School

Bradford, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation of jug band & folk songs with Chris Whiteley for the school community. Closed to the public.
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Jul 3-5/09

Mariposa Folk Festival

Orillia, ON
Ken is thrilled to be returning to the prestigous Mariposa Folk Festival this summer. Catch the Ken Whiteley Roots Revue, which features David Wall, Amoy Levy, Pat Patrick, Bucky Berger and Ben Whiteley plus Ken's workshops with many more talented friends. A full schedule is now online at the festival website.
For more info, visit www.mariposafolk.com

Jul 8/09

Arts on the Bay

Pointe au Baril, ON
Ken Whiteley & Mose Scarlett share the stage for an evening of swing, blues & roots favourites.
7pm
For more info, visit www.artsonthebay.org

Jul 11/09

Tremblant International Blues Festival

Mont Tremblant, QC
Ken accompanies Quebec blues harp player Jay Sewall. at Tremblant International Blues Festival.
1pm & 5pm
For more info, visit ww1.tremblant.ca/blues/en/index.asp

Jul 18-19/09

Wreckhouse Jazz & Blues Festival

St John's, Newfoundland
New to Wreckhouse! Ken's Roots & Gospel Vocal Revue & Workshop. On the Saturday, Ken is holding a Gospel singing workshop, which is open to all who love to sing! Do you like to sing? Ever thought it would be fun to be one of those gospel backup singers? Ken will give an overview of gospel music and will divide participants into soprano, alto, tenor, bass and will work up harmonies to several songs. Interested workshop participants will join Ken on stage for his Roots & Gospel Revue concert at the Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle on the Sunday. Ken's Roots & Gospel Revue band will feature his son Ben Whiteley on bass, Geoff Arsenault on drums, Patrick Boyle blows his trumpet, Rick Hollett on saxophones plus Ken's Wreckhouse workshop gospel "choir". If you love to sing, you can't miss this opportunity. This Festival sees jazz, blues and world music exposed to and integrated into the already unique, vibrant and nationally recognized musical community. Over the course of the last 7 years the Festival has entertained a captive audience of 15,000 on 12 stages throughout the historic downtown area of St John's.
For more info, visit www.wreckhousejazzandblues.com/

Jul 24-26/09

Mission Folk Music Festival

Mission, BC
Staged in beautiful Fraser River Heritage Park, overlooking the Fraser River, this Festival is renowned for its mix of accessibility and easy-going comfort, affordability and small-town friendliness, shaded day stages and some of the finest folk, world, roots, blues and brilliantly “un-categorizable” music from across Canada and around the world. Ken performs solo and with Folk legend and Grammy winner Tom Paxton.
For more info, visit www.missionfolkmusicfestival.ca/

Jul 31-Aug 2/09

Back to the Gospel Blues Festival

Chilliwack, BC
Ken is looking forward to playing again at "the best little Gospel Blues Festival west of Chicago!" This festival was the highlight of Ken's summer last year.
4:30pm Sunday
For more info, visit www.back2blues.com

Aug 22/09

Elmvale Water Festival

Elmvale, ON
Ken and 2007 National Jazz Awards, Bassist of the Year George Koller perform at the Elmvale Water Festival.
1:45pm-2:30pm
For more info, visit www.elmvale.org/

Aug 27/09

My son Ben's FLASHLIGHT RADIO cd release @ The Rivoli

Toronto, ON
Ben Whiteley and Suzy Wilde grew up playing tag together backstage at folk festivals while their parents Nancy White and Ken Whiteley, performed. They have combined their folky roots with an indie rock influence that was developed growing up in downtown Toronto. What sets Flashlight Radio apart are songs that combine insightful lyrics, powerful music and beautiful melodies that compel the listener to sing along. They are the next generation of folk, showing their chops independently and with amazing talent. For more info visit www.flashlightradio.com & www.myspace.com/flashlightradio
9pm
For more info, visit www.myspace.com/flashlightradio

Sep 12/09

Touchstone Ministries

Orangeville, ON
Ken & his gospel revue (Amoy Levy, David Wall, Ben Whiteley, Al Cross) share their music with the Touchstone Ministries community in celebration of their 25th anniversary.
6:30 pm
For more info, visit www.touchstone.ca

Sep 12/09

Toronto Vegetarian Food Fair

Toronto, ON
Ken and his son bassist Ben Whiteley, offer up a musical feast at the annual Toronto Vegetarian Food Fair. The Food Fair always offers delicious food & great music for all ages.
12 noon
For more info, visit www.veg.ca/foodfair

Sep 13/09

Southside Shuffle Blues & Jazz Festvial

Port Credit, ON
Ken Whiteley & his gospel revue featuring Amoy Levy, David Wall, Pat Patrick, Ben Whiteley, Bucky Berger) bring some soulful gospel to this year's 11th Annual Southside Shuffle Blues & Jazz Festival.
11:30 am
(905) 271-9449
For more info, visit www.southsideshuffle.com

Sep 16/09

Royal Botanical Gardens

Burlington, ON
Red-hot Jazz & Cool Blues Concert Series with Ken Whiteley & Mose Scarlett in a lovely garden setting. Appetizers, beverages and dinner (limited menu) is available, or bring a picnic. Held rain or shine.
6 pm - 8:30 pm
For more info, visit www.rbg.ca

Sep 17/09

Town Centre Montessori

Markham, ON
Mariposa In The Schools presentation with Ken and son Ben Whiteley for the school community. Closed to the public.
10 am
For more info, visit www.mariposaonline.ca

Sep 24/09

Théâtre Petit Champlain

Québec City, QC
Récipiendaire du Lys Blues Hommage 2008, Jay Sewall présente les chansons qui composent son dernier album All Blues, un album instrumental dédié au blues et à l’harmonica. Passant du blues traditionnel aux influences indiennes de la Louisiane, Jay Sewall touche aussi au jazz de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Il sera accompagné pour l’occasion de deux musiciens, son fidèle guitariste Paul Hinton et le contrebassiste Daniel Marcoux. Invité spécial Ken Whiteley. The Jay Sewall Band with guest Ken Whiteley.
8 pm
$25. (418) 692-2631
For more info, visit www.theatrepetitchamplain.com

Sep 25/09

Le Zaricot cafe acoustique

Saint-Hyacinthe, QC
Jay Sewall est un harmoniciste guitariste chanteur de grand talent. Il vient juste d'enregistrer un nouvel album a Toronto avec le grand réalisateur et musicien, ayant remporté deux Junos, Ken Whiteley. Ils seront tous les deux sur la scène du zaricot pour nous donner excellent spectacle.
8 pm
gratuit (450) 774-2383
For more info, visit www.lezaricot.com

Sep 26/09

Mile-end Guitar Shop, #304 - 5555 de Gaspé

Montreal, QC
Ken couldn't wait any longer for his return visit to the Mile-end Guitar Shop. This time he's bringing Jay Sewall with him to share in the welcoming hospitality of luthiers Mike and Jeremy.
8 pm
$15. (514) 942-4902
For more info, visit www.indianhillguitars.com/blog.html

Oct 4/09

Ken's Incredible One-Day Gospel Choir Workshop

Guelph, ON
The Incredible One-Day Gospel Choir Workshop with Ken Whiteley. Do the workshop in the afternoon and back up Ken on stage in the evening—a unique experience you don't want to miss! After a brief overview of gospel music and its forms, Ken will direct the group in the performance of various gospel classics and his own original compositions. In his warm, inclusive manner, Ken will proceed step-by-step, dividing everyone into soprano, alto, tenor, and bass sections, and leading us in each rousing, harmony-filled selection. Afternoon workshop (co-ed) will be held at the Willow Grove workshop room, Three Willows United Church, 577 Willow Road, Guelph, Ontario.
1 pm - 4 pm
$45. includes evening concert
For more info, visit www.all-together-now.ca/workshoplist.html#gospel

Oct 4/09

Three Willows United Church, 577 Willow Rd

Guelph, ON
Evening Concert with Ken Whiteley and The Incredible One-Day Gospel Choir. TICKET INFO: On-line at http://www.all-together-now.ca, or in person at Ground Floor Music, 13 Quebec Street, Guelph, 519-827-1444.
7:30 pm
$20. advance/$25. at the door
For more info, visit www.all-together-now.ca

Oct 18/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
Ken's Gospel Brunch @ Hugh's Room kicks off it's 2009-2010 season with Rev. Robert B. Jones & Sis. Bernice Jones and Montreal folk singer/songwriter Linda Morrison. Rev. Robert Jones is a distinguished Blues historian, singer, storyteller and instrumentalist from Detroit.
2 pm show, lunch from 1 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Nov 5/09

Art Gallery of Mississauga

Mississauga, ON
Opening night for Linda Duvall: Where were the Mothers? project. Visual & media artist Linda Duvall invited professional musicians to assist individuals who have taken alternative life paths to write songs about their mothers. Ken collaborated with John Kennedy creating the song, "Turn Back the Clock" for this project.
6pm-9pm
For more info, visit www.lindaduvall.com

Nov 7/09

Neighbourhood Unitarian Congregation, 79 Hiawatha Rd

Toronto, ON
Folk Music and Silent Auction starring: Ken Whiteley, Lynn Harrison and Sue and Dwight. You won’t want to miss it! Wine, Hors d'oeuvres, Dessert, and Meet and Greet the performers, not to mention the great auction items... Cottage weeks, Restaurant & Gift Certificates, Art, Creative Baskets filled with goodies & more. Just in time for seasonal gift giving! All are always welcome here.
7pm
$25., call Jon Whitehead 416.691.1397
For more info, visit www.nuuc.ca

Nov 12-15/09

NERFA Conference

Kerhonkson, NY
North East Regional Folk Alliance Conference
For more info, visit www.nerfa.org/

Nov 21/09

The Moonshine Cafe, 137 Kerr St

Oakville, ON
Alfie's Workshop. Ken joins blues & roots guitarist Alfie Smith for an evening of classic standards and original favourites.
9pm
(905) 844-2655
For more info, visit www.themoonshinecafe.com/

Nov 22/09

Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W, Roncesvalles Village

Toronto, ON
Ken's Gospel brunch series @ Hugh's Room with Gemini & Juno award winner Jackie Richardson, mezzo soprano Vicki St. Pierre, musical director Charlene Nafziger, drummer Bucky Berger and bassist Ben Whiteley.
2 pm show, lunch from 1 pm
For more info, visit www.hughsroom.com

Nov 28/09

Dakota Tavern

Toronto, ON
Lake of Stew's CD release. Ken produced Lake of Stew's newest CD, "Sweet as Pie" and it is, in fact, sweet as pie... stuffed full of fun, musical treats. New Country Rehab will be on later that night, so Ben will be playing too.
8pm
For more info, visit www.thedakotatavern.com

Dec 5/09

The Drew Marshall Show

Oakville, ON
Ken is honoured to be an invited guest on The Drew Marshall Show. Drew's show reaches over 6 million across 100 countries, and is Canada's most listened to spiritual talk show. Listen LIVE from Toronto & the GTA on Joy 1250 or online at www.drewmarshall.ca
3:15pm-4pm
For more info, visit www.drewmarshall.ca

Dec 6/09

St John's Anglican Church, 288 Humberside Ave

West Toronto, ON
Ken plays guitars and sometimes mandolin for what might be called a “Blues Eucharist”. His music approaches freedom, love, spiritual aspiration, and social comment. Open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
10:30am-12noon
Free
For more info, visit www.sjwt.ca

Dec 13/09

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre

Toronto, ON
Christmas & Hanukkah Party with Ken Whiteley. The evening will start with meditation followed by chanting and a message from Swami Sivananda. Ken will lead us in Christmas Carols and celebration of Hanukkah. Talent show (please give us your name in advance) and traditional potluck feast (let us know what you are brining) will be enjoyed by all. All are welcome.
6:15 pm
For more info, visit www.sivananda.org/toronto/special_events.html

Dec 24/09

Emmanuel Howard Park United Church, Roncesvalles Ave

Toronto, ON
Ken, Amoy Levy, David Wall and Ben Whiteley, join the congregation for the annual "Carols by Candlelight" on Christmas Eve. This is a beautiful family oriented service. The last three years it was standing room only, so come a little early to get a good seat.
6:30pm
For more info, visit www.ehpchurch.org

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