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A Tribute to the Great War in Songs and Stories Sat, Nov 8 | 7:30 pm | Saint Luke’s Church Hall (Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill Crossroad) A Musical Production by Harry Martin presented by the Maritime Museum in conjunction with the CEF100 Commemoration Society. Come join us for a trip through the story of the First World War told through song and first-hand accounts! The music of the War was integral in upholding morale, re-enforcing national identity, and expressing loss and longing. Many of the hit songs of the period are with us today and are just as hummable now as 100 years ago. This up-tempo production features live music and narration, and the opportunity to sing along to such unforgettable songs as “It’s a Long, Long Way to Tipperary,” “You Made Me Love You”, “ Good-byeeee,” “Keep the Home Fires Burning,” “How ‘Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Down on the Farm” and many more. Tickets are $12 plus GST and can be purchased online or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-385-4222 ext. 112
Jim and mike playing songs to make you laugh, cry, and come away thinking Wow!
Supporting Creatively United For The Planet Performing iconic songs that made a difference
Iconic Songs That Changed the World
Jim will feature with his music and stories along with the guitar of Mike Sampson
Sounds Like: Harry Chapin, Michael Jerome Browne, David Francey, Jim Byrnes, Harry Manx
Label: UpPer RoOms Studio
Manager: Self managed and Janice
Bio: Originally hailing from Lighthouse Cove, Ontario, Canadian capital of the big Muskee, Jim’s parents bought him a guitar for his 8th birthday: a plywood crate from the Eaton’s catalogue with a hula girl stencilled on the front. Little did they know what they were beginning- they were only hoping t...See Full Bio
“Jim Moffatt has a beautiful voice and is a superb acoustic guitarist. Over the past 4 years we have had several concerts in our home with many talented musicians from Canada, the U.S. and Cuba. Jim, however, is unique in his poignancy and his ability to touch the members of the audience. We will be delighted to host Jim again, anytime.”