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FOR THE FIFTH TIME, we would like to welcome back Brian Mishi, and his fantastic tribute band to the Man in Black. They do all your favourites, so make sure to break out your cowboy hats, your cowboy boot kickers, and your black jeans for this truly wonderful nostalgic evening. Joining our stage is a first timer, Sheila Walt of Belleville, whose country songs are just velvety. Special Cameo appearance by Noelle Maracle, David's 14 year old niece. She won First prize on Virtual Next Star when she was 8 yrs old, and gave Justin Beiber his Platinum Digital Award on stage at Canada's Wonderland! Its going to be a great night folks, so get your boots and hats and come on out!! Gates open at 7:00pm Concert begins with opening act at 8:00pm Tickets are $15 IN ADVANCE $20 AT THE GATE This event is an outdoor affair, so please dress appropriately, bring Blankets, Bug Spray and your Lawn Chair BBQ will be running for the evening, and our Tiki Bar will be staffed by our amazing LiL Crow Peeps to serve you. Please no outside food or drinks Cafe will be open for Tea, Coffee, Water, and Smoothies!!!
Private Show: Centre Culturel Les Compagnons Association or Organization 327 Dudley Ave, North Bay, ON P1B 7A4 (705) 472-5547
It is free show come out and have an evening with us! And other entertainers of other genres.
Bio: Raised in Wikwemikong, in April, 1971. I started playing guitar and making up songs when I was a teenager, I was finding it hard to find a voice I was comfortable with, so I sang alone a lot, till one day someone told me you have a good baritone voice similar to Johnny Cash, why don’t you become ...See Full Bio
“Johnny Cash impersonator got late start on career Close your eyes and you’d swear you were listening to the late Johnny Cash up on the stage, according to Musselman’s Lake residents Al and Trudy Yetman. In reality, it’s tribute artist Brian Simon who will perform at the Lebovic Centre for Arts and Entertainment - Nineteen on the Park Sept. 18 as part of the monthly series Sing-Along with Al and Trudy and Musician Friends. The North Bay-based tribute artist is also bringing along a number of his musician friends. Like most other musicians, Mr. Simon learned how to play the guitar when he was a teenager. But unlike most teens, he kept his abilities to himself. “I was finding it hard to find a voice I was comfortable with so I sang alone a lot,” according to Mr. Simon’s website.”