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Saturday, September 28, 2019

9pm $10

Traditional jazz, with a repertoire spanning at least 150 years of music.
Available for hire for all occasions.

John Williams – Clarinet, Harmonica, Vocals
Ben Lee – Tenor Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
Chris Adriaanse – Bass

The West End Riverboat Band Seingin Strutin Stompin Traditional Jazz $10 9pm-late Saturday September 28 The Arlington Maynooth

Anything Goes Cafe

Saturday, November 16, 2019

8pm $5

Saturday November 16 2019.
Our biannual celebration of performance & chutzpah returns! The Anything Goes Cafe is your chance to get on stage & have a little fun. Each act is asked to limit themselves to 15 mins or 3 songs if you’re doing music.
If you don’t think you have something to offer, we don’t believe you. Here’s a little list we came up with to encourage everyone to get involved. We want a little variety in our variety show. You can help!
To sign up, please email
8pm start. $5 with $3 going to Bancroft Local Wood Share. If you can’t make it, please consider donating directly. The cold’s a-coming.

A puppet show or shadow puppet show
A lecture on a topic you know well or don’t know well & always wanted to research
A stand-up routine
Renact or read out a scene or monologue from your favourite movie/TV show/play
A slide-show travelogue from your last or favourite vacation
Read some poetry. Yours or someone else’s.
Dance. Something prepared or improvised. The audience gets to choose the song?
Read from your childhood letters/journals/school papers
Mini Cooking Show. Demonstrate your fave recipe.
Stretch your musical chops. Get handed some text & make it into a song.
Show N Tell, bring an object and tell its back-story/significance
20 questions with the audience. We’ll pick a famous person. You figure it out.
A Story-Off. Sign up as two teams. In stages, we’ll reveal images that your group forms into a narrative.
A magic trick. Or three. Sometimes referred to as a hat-trick.
Tell an inspiring story. Yours or someone else’s. Like Donald Trump’s or Justin Trudeau’s rags to riches story.
You or your group play Name That Tune.
Pet photos. You got some silly ones & they have some silly stories behind em.
Unrehearsed fashion show. Ask three people early in the night to volunteer. We’ll put on some tunes while they bring their best Blue Steel™. You get to voiceover the whole thing.
Play a cell phone game with a partner, like What Am I? or Would You Rather?
Pick two or three photos from your cellphone & give them their 1000-word proper dues.
Lip sync challenge. Can you keep up with a song chosen by the audience?
Draw an image for the audience to see while a musical act performs.

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Saturday, November 23, 2019

9pm $10

80’s Glam METAL!! ..The HAIR!! The TUNES! And all of your girlfriend’s makeup. It’s all that and a bunch of spandex. Meet RöCKBïTüR.

Also introducing, ALMOST FAMOUS, covering the best of the 70s.

Prizes for best 80s costume and biggest hair

The Arlington presents Taylor Beatty as Hans Valen Brandon Humphrey as Will St. D Sean Hallihan as Bang Zurmon II Eric Peel as Dan Scamander RockBitur 80s Music Tribute with Opening Act Almost Famous Grooves of the 70s November 23rd Featuring The Music Of Ozzy Ozbourne Judas Priest Dio Van Halen Motley Crue And Many More!

Collette Savard & The Savants

Saturday, January 26, 2019

9pm $10

Fleetwood Mac and Steely Dan wander through the backwoods and get lost. After some time they find a cabin in which to take refuge.

The cabin is sparse but contains a wall of traditional instruments as well as a rock ‘n roll backline.

They sit down to play.

Occasionally they get visitors, like Patsy Cline, Tom Waits, Howlin’ Wolf, Gillian Welch, Al Green and Tom Petty but mostly they are alone together passing the time with their instruments, playing songs you’ve never heard before.

If you like that story, you might enjoy the Collette Savard Band. With her palette of acoustic folk instrument, Collette whiddles out of her imagination beautiful song gems. She brings them to you wrapped in the exciting package of her band of seasoned masters.

Rebecca Campbell(Jane Siberry, Ian Tamblyn…),John Switzer John Switzer(Jane Siberry, Vance Gilbert, Katherine Wheatley etc.³) Martin Worthy (Joe Hall, Paul Quarrington), Tim Posgate(So Long Seven, The Cluttertones…),Megan Worthy(her dad Martin Worthy…among many other Toronto artists)

Collette Savard And The Savants Irenes Ottawa Friday January 25 With Special Guests Saloon Dion The Arlington Maynooth Saturday January 26 CS Rebecca Campbell Tim Posgate John Switzer John Worthy Megan Worthy

Rae Spoon & Lal & Fluffy Soufflé

Saturday, March 2, 2019

9pm $10

Rae Spoon is an award-winning non-binary musician and author. They have released nine solo albums spanning folk, indie rock and electronic genres and have toured across Canada and internationally. Rae was the subject and composer of the score for the National Film Board–produced musical-documentary My Prairie Home, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2014. Rae owns and runs an indie record label called Coax Records that has released fifteen albums by Canadian and international artists. They have been nominated for two Polaris Prizes, a Lambda Literary Award and a Western Canadian Music Award.

Through their exploration of a dynamic range of diasporic rhythms, LAL have developed a sound that ingeniously integrates their South Asian and West Indian roots with jazz sensibilities, hip-hop and authentic soul – all encased in a fresh and eclectic electronic sound.

LAL – Rubbish from Lalforest on Vimeo.

Fluffy Soufflé is a Toronto based non-binary drag performer. They are half of the duo Fay & Fluffy’s Storytime, who have been doing events based on literacy, diversity and fun for almost three years. Along with Babia Majora, they also co-produce and co-host a monthly event featuring all trans + non-binary performers called F*ck Sh*t Up at the Gladstone Hotel. They like a good time.

Rae Spoon Lal Saturday March 2 2019 9pm $10 #PurplePalace


Saturday, March 23, 2019

9pm $10

Mayhemingways emerge within a region ripe with musical reputation in Ontario Canada. Benj Rowland executes lead vocals and employs a mixed bag of folk instruments like banjo, mandolin, accordion, and acoustic guitar. Josh Fewings anchors the tunes on the drums and elevates the melody with harmony vocals. They are a strong musical duo that converges with “Mind-bending and original music with deep roots in the tradition of dark North American folk” (Tom Wilson, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings & Lee Harvey Osmond).

Mayhemingways Saturday March 23 2019 #PurplePalace 8pm $10

West End Riverboat Band

Saturday, April 6, 2019

9pm $10

Traditional jazz, with a repertoire spanning at least 150 years of music.
Available for hire for all occasions.

John Williams – Clarinet, Harmonica, Vocals
Ben Lee – Tenor Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
Chris Adriaanse – Bass

West End Riverboat Band Swingin Struttin Stompin April 6th Doors at 8pm Show at 9pm The Arlington Maynooth Ten Dollars

Russell DeCarle

Saturday, April 13, 2019

7pm doors, 8pm show $25 adv $30 door

Russell deCarle’s songwriting has absorbed all those influences, and he avidly listens to smooth soul singers and the men and women who made early country music so compelling. Like his previous (debut) solo album Under the Big Big Sky, there are eight original songs here, and three covers.

He surrounds himself with brilliant players, and the crew on this record is superb. Guitarist Steve Briggs is, as always, subtle, tasteful, and understated, but central to deCarle’s sound; bassist Russ Boswell is, simply, the perfect foundation. Drummers Al Cross and Jorn Anderson can be heard on different tracks, as well as singers Cindy Church, Erin Costelo, Karla Crawford and Michelle Willis. Other guests include Denis Keldie (accordion), John Sheard (piano) and Chris Whiteley (harmonica). deCarle, Briggs and L. Stu Young share production credits.

Tickets available at the Maynooth General Store, Sun Run Cafe, Guitar Nuts and Harvest Moon.

Russell DeCarle in concert Saturday April 13th 8:00pm The Arlington 32990 Highway 62 N, Maynooth, ON $25 adv / $30 door Tickets available at: Maynooth General Store Sun Run Cafe, Maynooth Harvest Moon Whole Foods Bancroft Guitar Nuts Music Shop Bancroft

Hungerford Station

Saturday, April 20, 2019

9pm $10

Hungerford Station is a versatile, high energy band, local to the Quinte area. We play everything from country to classic rock. We’ve been around a long time, formerly as South of Seven Hightest. A big venue or small, we can do it all!!
Hungerford Station Saturday April 20 2019 Local Heroes Made Good #PurplePalace

Tich Maredza Band

Saturday, May 11, 2019

9pm $10

Swooping down from the vast Zimbabwean plains, Tichaona Maredza, a guitar in one hand, a drum in the other and an mbira in his teeth, arrived in Toronto in 2008. Singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, he quickly formed a group in December 2009. The Tich Maredza Band hit the circuit hard, veterans in a matter of months. Tich’s music, while rooted in Zimbabwean traditional styles, has a contemporary flair. A drummer/guitarist, Tich’s compositions have rhythmic drive, melodic intelligence, and lyrical messages of challenge, and hope. Indoors, outdoors, concert hall or dance hall, The Tich Maredza Band puts smiles on faces and feet on the floor.

Member Bios:

Tichaona Maredza (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, nyunga nyunga, marimba percussion, composer, lyricist). Tich Maredza as popularly known is self-taught musician who has performed with Oliver Mtukudzi and Thomas Mapfumo among many others.He is also a member of Okavango African Orchestra the 2017 JUNO Award winners for World Music Album of the year where he focuses on composing and performing music based on traditional instrumentation.
Larry Lewis (lead guitar), graduate of the Paris Conservatory, he plays guitar in several different styles and brings an improvisational heat to the band’s music.
Tichaona Gombiro (bass), Mr. Gombiro, drives the foundation of our groove with talented interpretation and deschooled intuition. He also performs with Masaisai. Tich Gombiro’s major influences include Oliver Mtukudzi, Bob Marley, the late Ashton “Sugar” Chiweshe, Thomas Mapfumo, Chamunorwa Mangudi (my first guitar tutor at Glen Norah Hills), Philbert Marova and Kenny Mwanza. He has always wanted to be a musician from an early age and made it his dream that he will play in a band one day. Now the day is here and for him there’s no stopping.
Andrew Mark (drums, mbira), a gifted drummer and student of Zim music. Andrew brings a special set of influences to the presentation and his style is solid, subtle, and original.
Ruben Esguerra (percussion) is the newest member of our band and offers blazing drive and quiet atmosphere to our sound.

Tich Maredza Band Saturday May 11 2019 9PM $10 THEARLINGTON.CA #PURPLEPALACE

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