Authors Articles by Josh Fewings

Articles by Josh Fewings

Josh Fewings
105 Articles
Josh Fewings is a local writer and musician who plays with Mayhemingways, Grainne and the Sons of Birches, Occam's Blazer, and Slim Picket and the Union Cards. He's a regular contributor to kawarthaNOW, covering music, musicians, and upcoming concerts. You can follow Josh on Twitter at @JFew82.
Canadian musical couple Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida are bringing their musical collaboration "Moon vs. Sun" to Showplace Performance Centre in Peterborough on October 23, 2018. (Publicity photo)

Husband-and-wife duo Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk are making sweet music together

Canada's preeminent musical couple bring Moon vs. Sun to Showplace in Peterborough on October 23rd.
Folk Under the Clock opens its 32nd season with a concert by The Young'uns (Sean Cooney, Michael Hughes, and David Eagle), one of Britain's best loved folk trio, at the Market Hall in Peterborough on October 14, 2018. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – October 2018

Featuring Choir! Choir! Choir!, Steve Hill, The Music of ABBA fundraiser, The Young'uns, Rick Fines, Moon vs. Sun, Oysters 3, and more.
Juno Award nominee and multiple award winner Amanda Rheaume performs her unique and soulful blend of Americana roots pop at the Academy Theatre in Lindsay on September 22, 2018. (Photo: Jen Squires)

musicNOW – September 2018

Featuring Fin De Fiesta Flamenco, Creekside Music Festival, Dewey Via, Kira Sheppard and Jake and Ilia Nicoll, Petunia, Lindsay Barr, Amanda Rheaume, Union City, and more.
Former Great Big Sea frontman Alan Doyle, pictured here with his band at the 2017 Blacksheep Festival in Germany, performs a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park on August 8, 2018. (Photo: Rs-foto / Wikipedia)

musicNOW – August 2018

Featuring Daniel Romano, Matt Mays, Alan Doyle, Kim Doolittle, Hootenanny on Hunter Street, Peterborough Folk Festival, Greenbridge Celtic Folk Fest, and more.
The eight members of Vancouver-based and Juno-nominated band Five Alarm Funk will be crowding the stage at The Red Dog in downtown Peterborough on Monday, July 13th for an epic night of monster horns, crushing percussion, and shredding psych-rock guitars. It's a double bill with the even bigger Toronto-based funk band My Son The Hurricane. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – July 2018

Featuring The Jerry Cans, Phoxy Music, Pat LePoidevin, Mimi O'Bonaswin, Five Alarm Funk and My Son The Hurricane, Wintersleep, Sarah Harmer, and Wendell Ferguson.
One of Canada's original cowpunk bands, Edmonton's Jr. Gone Wild performs at The Red Dog in Peterborough on June 25, 2018. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – June 2018

Featuring Broken Harmony, Little Fire and Softie, Nick Faye & The Deputies, Hello Delaware, Jesse O'Brien and Chris Caddell, Micah Barnes, Jr. Gone Wild, and more.
Sarnia singer-songwriter Donovan Woods will be performing songs from his critically acclaimed new album "Both Ways" and more at the Market Hall in Peterborough on May 16, 2018. (Photo: CBC Music)

musicNOW – May 2018

Featuring Bruce Cockburn, Hillsburn, Harry Manx, The Sadies, Emily Burgess, Donovan Woods, Danny Michel, Keith Hallett, Bobby Dove, and more. and Market Hall Performing Arts Centre present award-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist Stephen Fearing for a solo concert on Tuesday, April 17th. (Photo: Mark Maryanovich)

musicNOW – April 2018

Featuring Brock Zeman, Hearing Trees, Lindsay Barr, James Keelaghan and Tony McManus, Stephen Fearing, Whitehorse, Skye Wallace, Brandi Disterheft, and more.
Saskatoon retro-rockers The Sheepdogs, including Bailieboro's own Jimmy Bowskill, perform on March 6, 2018 at Showplace Performance Centre in Peterborough as part of the Peterborough Folk Festival's Winter Folk Festival. (Photo; Mat Dunlap)

musicNOW – March 2018

Featuring Downchild Blues Band, Fred Penner, The Sheepdogs, Randy Bachman, My Son The Hurricane, Mayhemingways, The Real McKenzies, and more.
Singer-songwriter Stephen Fearing will be performing a solo concert at Peterborough's Market Hall on April 17, 2018 in support of his latest record "Every Soul's A Sailor". (Photo: Mark Maryanovich)

For Stephen Fearing, the journey is more important than the destination

Award-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist returns to Peterborough's Market Hall for a solo concert on April 17.

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