Friday September 26th, 2014 at 7pm
Since a major accident 15 years ago, Ryan has been having dreams that tend to be out of the ordinary. Deja Vu isn't a show as much as it's a social experiment. Ryan tries to prove that what happens on stage - no matter what questions he asks or how much free-will the audience thinks they have - they don't, because Ryan had a vivid dream of the show 9 weeks ago...
ELVIS THE MOMENTS WITH PETE PAQUETTE
Friday October 17, 2014 at 8pm
The show everyone is talking about!!! Pete has the look, the charisma, the voice, and the moves, representing Elvis in his prime. Pete Paquette is a dynamic performer not to be missed! Supporting Pete will be Toronto's finest Rudy and the Angels band; "Elvis - The Moments" will take you through the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, from early Rock n' Roll to the Vegas Years.
An authentic and energetic show, "Elvis - The Moments" showcases the Kings early years of the 1950's, '68 comeback and the memorable Vegas years. The memory of Elvis Presley will return to everyone in the audience through the vocals and moves by Pete Paquette, reminiscing the King. Pete will leave the audience wanting more through the authenticity and amazing energy he possesses. This is one show not to be missed.
NORFOLK HAS TALENT
Saturday October 25, 2014 at 7:30pm
Carlos del Junco and The Blues Mongrels
Saturday November 8, 2014 at 8pm
It has been almost 10 years since Carlos del Junco has played in Port Dover. Dugg Simpson, Artistic Director for several years at the Vancouver Folks festival said: Carlos is one of those players whose music is so advanced that when it comes to awards, it's either retire the category or rephrase the question to "Best Harmonica Player Not Named Carlos". This includes two Gold Medals from the Hohner World Harmonica Championship in Trossingen, Germany, as well as multiple national awards in Canada which includes Carlos’ eight time Harmonica Player of The Year wins out fifteen years of the Maple Leaf Blues Awards.
Simultaneously sophisticated and raw, his playing blurs the boundaries between blues and jazz (hence the name for his band “The Blues Mongrels”, they could just as well be called “The Jazz Mongrels”). The emphasis is on blues, but they are not afraid to merrily traipse off in other directions delivering a seamless fusion of New Orleans second line grooves, jazz swing, Latin, hip-hop or ska melodies, to swampy roots rock. The Blues Mongrels are: bassist Henry Heillig, and guitarist Eric St. Laurent. Get ready to trash all you thought you knew about the harmonica. The Blues Mongrels deliver a no-holds-barred display of fun and melodic virtuosity.