Havelock Stone Hall Sessions Concert Series – September 25th at 2:00 pm. Experience the songs and stories of “Cousin” Gibbard Suede, a mysterious, enigmatic poet, songwriter and performer from parts unknown, at the Old Stone Hall, Highway 7 and 6th Line. Tickets and information at universe.com/shs0925.
The Sessions were founded in 2019 by area singer-songwriters Ron Marshall and Randy Stewart. The aim was simply to create an intimate listening environment and give some well-deserved exposure to local area musicians. That focus is as strong as ever. Original music is a large part of the Sessions, but great music in an attentive listening atmosphere makes the Sessions stand out.
Another side benefit of the Sessions emerged in 2020 and will continue. Direct and indirect contributions to local Havelock causes were made from the 2020 Sessions, including a contribution to the Havelock Public School music program. Yet another way for local music fans to support their community.
Don’t miss out all you renowned Havelock area music fans- get it in your calendar now. While you’re at it, make a note that the Sessions will happen on the second Sunday of each month at 2:00 p.m. at the Stone Hall, 6th Line and Highway 7.
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