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Music in the park – Summer line up:

The Elmvale BIA a is pleased to present Music in the Park for the Summer ‘22 series. We are excited to play host to local musicians and look forward to ten weeks of talented shows from 1-3 pm at the Parkette at the corner of Yonge & Queen Streets. While you are enjoying the amazing local talent be sure to pop by the vast selection of businesses in our downtown core nestled on Yonge & Queen Streets.

June 25, 2022 – 1pm -3pm – The Music of Jamie Ciotka
Join us for the lively and upbeat music of Jamie Ciotka. Enjoy the sounds of unplugged acoustic rock and more!

July 2 – Throughout the day’s event of the Elmvale Sci Fantasy Street Party – Shane Cloutier

We are pleased to welcome back one of our founding acts: Shane Cloutier
Don’t mis Shane’s return to our Music in the Park line up! Canadian alt-folk singer-songwriter Shane Cloutier (aka #badassofacoustic) follows 2021 album release “Lie to Me ’til It’s Over” with new single “Your Blues.” With this new track Shane digs deep into the uncomfortable truth of toxic relationships, and introduces a new bluesy sound.

July 9, 2022 – 1-3pm – Jay Pollmann
Born in the gritty steel town of Hamilton Ontario and raised outside the small village of Cayuga in the fields of Haldimand County, Jay Pollmann has intertwined the rural/ urban musical divide to create a unique sound he describes as ‘foot stompin’ rootsy blues’.

July 16, 2022 – 1-3 pm Craig Smith
Craig Smith is a an explorer and a musical path finder. A talented songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, performer, and solo recording artist, producer, mixer and live sound engineer, this man wears quite a few musical hats. It is to the great advantage of the vibrant Collingwood music scene that Craig Smith has made the Georgian Bay area his home base.

Smith is recognized for his laid-back folk-rock and pop, with a passion for atmospherics and emotional songwriting. His music and performances embody the spirit of vintage psychedelic rock, soul, R&B through the lens of a modern day singer-songwriter.

July 23, 2022 – 1-3pm. Emily Power
You might remember Emily Power as Em Chambers… Well let us introduce you to EMILY POWER!
Emily is a Canadian singer/songwriter born in Hamilton, Ontario, Growing up in a musical family, music has always been a part of Emily’s life. She started to sing in choirs at a young age and learned classical piano. This led her to join the Hamilton Children’s Choir in 2009, who won the ‘Best in World Choral Competition’, in Laval, Quebec and the CBC Choral Competition. Emily’s passion for music is influenced by Adele, Elton John, Eva Cassidy, Nora Jones, Lady Gaga, and Amy Winehouse … In 2014, she graduated from the University of Western Ontario, with an Honours Degree from the Faculty of Music.
July 30, 2022 – 1-3 pm Jay Shaw
Hailing from the small community of Banks, is Rockin Jay Shaw. In late 2007’s Jason with no surprise to his band Sick By Desire, Released Desire… his Self Recorded Independent Debut. He is currently recording a new project and plans on releasing the follow up record, The Heritage… 2010.
The concept for this album is “capturing the hardships and joys of his fellow musicians, creatively crafting the ups and down’s of everyday life. Mixing raw acoustic tracks and straight to it rock songs.” -Rockin’ Jay Shaw
August 6, 2022 – 1-3pm Mollie Fisher
Mollie Fisher is a Canadian singer, songwriter and rhythm guitarist and has been performing professionally since completing the vocal jazz programme at Humber College in 1997.
As awkward as it is to describe the sound of anyone’s music, Mollie creates acoustic folk rock songs and uses her deep, soulful voice over strong pop forms. Audiences have greatly enjoyed her inclusive, laid back performances at festivals, halls, breweries, bars, house concerts and on local TV shows.
Mollie has recently moved to Wasaga Beach where she has been playing and recording with local musicians and earning new fans. Plans for more gigs and a full length album are on the horizon.
August 13, 2022 – 1-3 pm Jason Redman
Jason Redman has been entertaining central Ontario for the better part of three decades. As a singer/songwriter he has performed at numerous events throughout the Province. Described as a combination of Gord Downie and Gordon Lightfoot, and with a deep list of cover songs, Jason is able to engage audiences young and old. As a multi instrumentalist, he is often called upon to accompany other performers like Strange Potatoes, the Aaron Garner Band, and most recently the Shipyard Kitchen Party.
August 20, 2022 – 1-3 pm Hunter Sheridan
Hunter Sheridan is a Canadian musician whose music delivers introspective, soulful song writing with warm melodies that weave a euphoric atmosphere. Hunter’s writing highlights self-discovery, honest lyrics, and dynamic arrangements, connecting with listeners across music genres.

August 22, 2022 – 1-3 pm Jeff Gunn
Jeff Gunn is a guitarist, songwriter and producer who co-wrote/co-produced Emmanuel Jal’s Juno-nominated album The Key (Gatwitch/Universal). He is the author of the Hidden Sounds: Discover Your Own Method on Guitar (Mayfair Music Publications) and a regular “guitar tips” contributor in print and film with Acoustic Guitar Magazine, Guitar World, Canadian Musician, Overdrive (Thailand), and The Guitar Mag (Thailand). He co-wrote the song “Scars” with Jal and Nelly Furtado for the film The Good Lie (Warner Brothers 2014) and The Black Prince (2017) soundtrack. He has recorded with Emmanuel Jal, Nelly Furtado, Bibi McGill, Mark Pellizzer, Kae Sun, Domanique Grant, Rayzak, performed with DMC, Swizz Beatz, Kate Todd, Tanika Charles, and continues to serve as musical director for Jal opening for such acts as Nico & Vinz, Peter Gabriel, Bonnie Raitt, Angelique Kidjo, Xavier Rudd, Mumford & Sons and Ellie Goulding. He has performed at Glastonbury, Juno Songwriters’ Circle, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Ringo Starr’s Birthday Concert at Capitol Records, United Nations, Grammy Museum Concert Series in Honour of Bob Marley, Jimmy Kimmel’s Annual Italian Festival, and at the Dalai Lama One World Concert.

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