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Friday, June 3rd, 2015 - 7pm

Pat Moore Trio (country songs)

In the 1980’s Pat played dog-house bass and sang lead and harmony in Maple Hill, an award winning bluegrass band.  Later, Pat ventured out on her own, writing, and releasing her debut solo CD, "The Time’s Never Been Better".
In 2003 Pat recorded her second CD, "Take it to Heart", and formed her band "The Vinyl Frontier".  Her recordings have received praise from far and wide - Holland, Italy, Australia, the U.S. and across Canada, for her captivating storytelling, her warm strong voice, and the musicianship of the people with which she surrounds herself.  The live show is always fun!  Pat continues to write, and performs solo, and in various combinations with members of the Vinyl Frontier – Pat McLaughlin, Ann Downey, Al Bragg, and Alistair Dennett.  She has also returned to bluegrass, with the resurrected Maple Hill Bluegrass.  You can learn more about Pat at her website: http://www.patmoore.net/
In a rare solo performance, Pat Moore will be singing a collection of original and seldom-heard favourites from her country, folk, and bluegrass repertoire.  If you enjoy passionate delivery of songs written / chosen for their lyrical and melodic beauty, you’ll love this evening of music.

The music nights start at 7pm, and as usual there is no charge, but we do have a 'jar' for donations to support the musicians, and we hope that you will buy a drink or two (and maybe something tasty to eat!) )

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