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  • Shari Ulrich in concert | Barrie Folk Society
    part of his backing group The Hometown Band Shari was called on every show to step forward and sing Joe Mock s stunning Flying and her reputation across Canada was sealed On the strength of that song and the eclectic and remarkable musicianship of the members The Hometown Band was signed with A M released two albums and won a Juno award for Best New Group The top single from the second album was Shari s very first song Feel Good When The Hometown Band dissolved in 78 Shari embarked on a solo and songwriting career Her next two albums on A M contained her next 20 songs followed by an MCA US signing Talk Around Town was released with much success in Canada but a fateful merge and purge at MCA on the eve of the record s US release left Shari suddenly without a label or management With her signature determination Shari marched on to record and release her albums independently Every Road The Best of Shari Ulrich The View From Here and Find Our Way and pursued a wealth of new opportunities These included TV hosting including Futurescan with David Suzuki writing and hosting BCTV s Inside Trax writing and producing pieces for Sesame Street scoring themes and documentaries for TV and the NFB and even musical theatre Tapestry and Baby Boomer Blues She also became a role model for women after surviving a near fatal assault She has also teamed up with the legendary Barney Bentall and Tom Taylor to form a new trio releasing Live at Cates Hill in 2009 and joined Barney in a new bluegrass band The High Bar Gang in 2010 nominated for a Juno Award in 2013 Throughout it all Shari raised a daughter Julia Graff along with former husband songwriter

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  • Séan McCann in concert | Barrie Folk Society
    that to thousands of people a night he was slowly losing his own way Instead of seeking truth he was hiding behind his music This was unfair to both himself and his fans so he left the band and started over In January 2014 Séan released his first post GBS album Produced by Joel Plaskett Help Your Self is the sound of a man facing his demons and ultimately overcoming them The songs helped him deal with his issues of addiction and abuse and showed him how to find strength in pain It reminded him of the power of music which at one time would have been used to cast a Friday night spell over a sold out hockey arena on a Monday but now finds him touring the country as a solo artist in intimate venues where he can sincerely connect with his audience in the way he always hoped to face to face Séan has also found himself using music as therapy working with people who face physical mental and addiction challenges and has become a sought after speaker trying to help others to help themselves find light through the darkness Séan s journey to find his own peace love and happiness continues through his new music You Know I Love You is a happy collection of songs sung by a man intent on sharing his joy directly with you Produced once again by Joel Plaskett and with an original piece of artwork per song by singer songwriter Meaghan Smith Séan is trying to find a balance somewhere between analogue and Tinder in a world where the connection we all want can t seem to keep up with technology Love and music maybe the hippies were on to something TICKETS Tickets are 25 in advance and 30 at

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  • Don’t miss Jordie Lane on August 29! | Barrie Folk Society
    More information on Jordie and this show can be found here Upcoming Events May 6 Fri 2016 8 00 pm Shari Ulrich in concert MacLaren Art Centre Shari Ulrich in concert MacLaren Art Centre May 6 8 00 pm 11 00 pm BarrieFolk is thrilled to host Shari Ulrich on Friday May 6 at the MacLaren Art Centre Born in San Rafael California Shari first moved to Vancouver British Columbia

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  • Jordie Lane House Concert – Friday, Aug. 29 | Barrie Folk Society
    wielding hat wearing beard sporting love song singing troubadour Well think again A closer listen reveals the love songs are epic tales based on historical figures the protest songs feature lady boys and fornicating dogs the guitar work takes you from early Dylan to southern blues and that felt hat is camouflaging a messy mop of hair from a long night spent rescuing a passed out Irish crowd member You never know what to expect at a Jordie Lane show and you get the feeling neither does he Lane has that rare quality of being able to lure and capture his listeners with his playful charm rhythmic finger picking and most of all THAT VOICE In the same way Joan Baez used to fill Club 47 with pure unplugged resonance Lane s voice has a remarkable ability to climb into every corner of a room and safely and permanently reside He sings with effortless volume in a tone so rich it never fails to silence an audience He always gives you with something to take home Sold out national tours followed major festival appearances supports for The Moody Blues Cat Power Old Crow Medicine Show Gotye and Neko Case and a feature on Triple J s Like A Version compilation series Jordie will perform in a house concert at Ray Dillard s The show starts at 8 p m TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT Email email protected or call 705 725 8805 For more info on Jordie visit www jordielane com Want a brief preview Watch here Upcoming Events May 6 Fri 2016 8 00 pm Shari Ulrich in concert MacLaren Art Centre Shari Ulrich in concert MacLaren Art Centre May 6 8 00 pm 11 00 pm BarrieFolk is thrilled to host Shari Ulrich on Friday May 6 at the

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