An overview of Sho Studios inaugural Festive Fridays holiday themed event series. In this article artist Owen Swain and poet Dr. Barry Brodie are some of the highlights.
The 519 Band and Blues Side thrilled local music fans with a live performance during a membership drive for the Canada South Blues Society recently held a RockStar Music Hall.
Greatest Hits Live thrilled their hometown audience during their 10 year anniversary benefit concert supporting Transition to Betterness and the Capitol Theatre Benefit Fund.
Legendary Maryland based alt rockers Clutch brought their Book of Bad Decisions Tour to the Fillmore Detroit, for an all ages show supporting their latest studio album.
Windsor’s Canada South Blues Society hosted award winning Blues artist Danielle Nicole, for a live performance, surprising her with an induction into their Hall of Fame.
Canadian, CCR Impersonation, Creedence Clearwater Survival, revived John Fogerty’s music and story at Windsor’s Chrysler Theatre during a fantastic “Out of The Fog” concert.
Festive Fridays at Sho Art, Spirit and Performance will showcase local artists, and live entertainment including music, poetry and theatre, in a holiday themed environment.
Migration Hall Productions’ youthful cast charmed audiences with their Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins JR.