Concerts in Caseley Park 2016
The sounds of summer are back! Join us for free musical entertainment with Riverview's Concerts in the Park every Wednesday in July and August from 7-8:30 p.m. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy an evening of music under the open sky in Caseley Park (off Fatima Drive, across from Riverview Town Hall).
In the event of inclement weather, concerts will move inside the Riverview Community Hall, 145 Lakeside Drive. An announcement will be made on the Town of Riverview's Facebook page at noon on Wednesday if the location is moved.
|Wednesday July 6||
The Lion, The Bear, The Fox
The Lion, The Bear and The Fox took over 30 years to find each other, but it only took 30 days for Christopher Arruda (lion), Cory Woodward (bear) and Ryan McMahon (fox) to realize they were meant to join their voices as one. The Lion, The Bear, The Fox demonstrate an uncompromising devotion to their chosen craft. A collection of intimate moments lived through audiences every night. Stompy blues, rock grooves and howling, unbridled passion can suddenly give way to hushed folk passages woven together by three whispers speaking as one.
Wednesday July 13
Like a musical locomotive hurtling 'round the bend, Union Duke is a Toronto folk quintet that's taking the world by storm - one captivating performance at a time. Bridging soulful indie rock with bluegrass and country, these city-slickin' whipper-snappers unleash soaring vocal harmonies over heel-stomping beats, in a growing collection of irresistible songs that set hearts and dancefloors ablaze.
|Wednesday July 20||
Christina Martin's musical journey has led to extended stays in Austin, Texas, as well as Germany. Christina will perform songs from her highly revered album It'll Be Alright, accompanied by her guitar player, acclaimed Nova Scotia producer and musician Dale Murray (DaleMurray.ca). 'It'll Be Alright,' is Christina's most accomplished and accessible album to date. Martin made a conscious effort not to be bound by the expectations of those who have categorized her in the past. Although she will never shed her more alt-country and Americana influences, 'It'll Be Alright' utilizes far more pop and rock sonic textures, allowing Martin to explore the many sides of her musical personality.
Chris Colepaugh and the Cosmic Crew
Blending equal parts southern-inspired rock with a heavy dose of the blues, Chris Colepaugh and the Cosmic Crew have rightfully earned a reputation for crowd-pleasing, hard-driving rock. The multiple award-winning group, fronted by guitar virtuoso Chris Colepaugh, has spent more than two decades actively touring Canada and the United States, supporting acts including Gov't Mule, The North Mississippi All Stars and Big Sugar. The group's latest effort, RnR, pays homage to the stripped down rock and roll of years past, but with modern touches.
|Wednesday Aug 3||
Shelley Bean & The Duckety Muds have performed all across Canada as as far away as Australia, in their quest to create lively memories for wee folk. A combination of stories, songs and imaginative tomfoolery; these folk musicians will have have the whole family engaged in a wave over wave adventure. If your children like to sing, jump up on stage and celebrate our musical East Coast heritage than this is the show for them. Shelley is a Canadian Folk Music Award nominee and East Coast Music Award winner. It's a little zany, a little Celtic and a whole lotto laughs on an amazing New Brunswick evening!
|Wednesday Aug 10||
Siobhan Miller is regarded as one the finest singers to emerge from Scotland's music scene over the last decade. Her stirring renewal of traditional song has seen her win the Scots Singer of the Year award twice at the Scots Trad Music Awards. She is also a recipient of a 'BBC Young Folk Award'. She performed on Broadway, New York where she was resident singer in the Mabou Mines production of 'Peter and Wendy' and TV appearances include a performance on American hit TV series Outlander in 2014. In 2016 she was the musical director of the opening concert at Celtic Connections in Glasgow celebrating The Traditional Music and Song Association's 50th Anniversary.
|Wednesday Aug 17 ||
Hat Fitz and Cara
It was with their latest album "Do Tell" 3 months standing at No.1 in the Australian Blues & Roots charts. This dynamic two piece are a unique combination that have skillfully combined their hill style Gospel blues with old timey flavourings. Stripped down to just voices, guitar and vintage drums, Hat Fitz & Cara embellish impeccable rootsy originals with powerful and soulful vocals reminiscent of a time once forgotten. Their music comes straight from the heart with a sound that is full of inherent realism, making their live shows visually electric.
|Wednesday Aug 24||
Summit is an alternative rock band consisting of 4 high school students. Zachary Barter (16) is lead vocals and guitar, Jayden Bourgeois (16) drums, Ryan Gillies (17) lead guitar and Kyle Fernandez (15) lead bass. https://www.facebook.com/Summit-431473090396881/?fref=ts.