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Wednesday, Apr 24, 2013 9:00 PM
$7 Food and Beverage Minimum ***Parties of 6 or more will be charged an automatic 20% gratuity.
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9:00 An Evening with The Fred Eaglesmith Traveling Steam Show, $20.00 in advance and $23.00 at the door
Eaglesmith's songs have been covered by a steadily growing list of artists: The Cowboy Junkies, Chris Knight, Dar Williams, Kasey Chambers, among others, and James King. One of his songs, “Thinkin Bout You,” is featured on the soundtrack of the new Toby Keith movie, “Broken Bridges.” Film director Martin Scorsese has used his songs, as have others including James Caan in his movie "Viva Los Nowhere." Fred has also had feature roles in several film productions. Eaglesmith won a Juno Award for Best Roots and Traditional Album - Solo, is a winner of the Canadian Independent Music Award and was a finalist in the 2006 International Songwriting Competition for his song, "Alcohol and Pills." Three tribute albums featuring covers of Eaglesmith's work have been recorded, and Fred and regularly scores on critics' top ten lists on both sides of the border, in Europe and in Australia, and on Am
 
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9:00 An Evening with The Fred Eaglesmith Traveling Steam Show, $20.00 in advance and $23.00 at the door

Eaglesmith's songs have been covered by a steadily growing list of artists: The Cowboy Junkies, Chris Knight, Dar Williams, Kasey Chambers, among others, and James King. One of his songs, “Thinkin Bout You,” is featured on the soundtrack of the new Toby Keith movie, “Broken Bridges.” Film director Martin Scorsese has used his songs, as have others including James Caan in his movie "Viva Los Nowhere." Fred has also had feature roles in several film productions. Eaglesmith won a Juno Award for Best Roots and Traditional Album - Solo, is a winner of the Canadian Independent Music Award and was a finalist in the 2006 International Songwriting Competition for his song, "Alcohol and Pills." Three tribute albums featuring covers of Eaglesmith's work have been recorded, and Fred and regularly scores on critics' top ten lists on both sides of the border, in Europe and in Australia, and on Americana charts. He holds the distinction of being the only Canadian composer to hold the #1 spot on the American Bluegrass chart for his song, “Thirty Years of Farming.” Whether you are a "Fredhead," or more of a fan of 50 Cent, if you enjoy music at all (and a good
laugh), Fred Eaglesmith is not to be missed.