Authors Articles by Josh Fewings

Articles by Josh Fewings

Josh Fewings
118 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 country-rock legends Blue Rodeo (Bazil Donovan, Colin Cripps, Greg Keelor, Jim Cuddy, Glenn Milchem, and Mike Boguski) return to the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Friday, December 27th, with Bailieboro's own Jimmy Bowskill joining the band. (Photo: Dustin Rabin)

musicNOW – December 2019

Featuring Heather Rankin, West End Riverboat Band, In From The Cold, Sultans of String, The Weber Brothers, Pays d'en Haut, Blue Rodeo, The Rocket Revue, and Dub Trinity.
Multiple award-winning blues and roots singer-songwriter and slide guitar virtuoso Colin Linden is performing at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in downtown Peterborough on November 20, 2019. (Photo: Laura Godwin)

musicNOW – November 2019

Featuring Washboard Hank and Reverend Ken, Daniel Romano, Annie Lou, Cassie Noble, Hollerado, Corin Raymond, Colin Linden, Countermeasure, and The Traveling Milburys.
Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist Steve Poltz, founding member of the indie-rock band The Rugburns and co-writer for singer Jewel, performs at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in downtown Peterborough on October 19, 2019. He has been described as "part busker, part Iggy Pop, and part Robin Williams, a freewheeling folkie with a quick wit and big heart". (Photo: Laura Partain)

musicNOW – October 2019

Featuring Evangeline Gentle, Rick Fines, Breabach, Long Range Hustle, Steve Poltz, Jimmy Bowskill, Jim Cuddy, and more.
If you missed them at Peterborough Musicfest in July, you have another chance to see triple Juno Award-winning Saskatoon-based quintet The Sheepdogs. They'll be performing at the Cultivate Festival in Port Hope on September 20, 2019. Pictured are Sam Corbett (drums, backing vocals), Shamus Currie (keyboards, trombone), Ewan Currie (vocals, guitars, clarinet, drums), Jimmy Bowskill (guitars, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, pedal steel), and Ryan Gullen (bass, backing vocals). (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – September 2019

Featuring Brooke Wylie, The Sadies, Jill Barber, Mike Nagoda, The Sheepdogs, Mayhemingways, Angie Hilts, and more.
Nova Scotia rocker Matt Mays is one of several big names in Canadian music performing at the free Peterborough Folk Festival at Nicholls Oval on August 16 and 17, 2019. (Photo: Lindsay Duncan)

musicNOW – August 2019

Featuring Emily Burgess, The Lucky Ones, Dave McEathron, Hootenanny on Hunter Street, William Prince, Donovan Woods, Peterborough Folk Festival, Missy Knott, and more.
The Sheepdogs, including Bailieboro's own Jimmy Bowskill (second from left), are performing a free sponsor-supported outdoor concert at Peterborough Musicfest in Del Crary Park in downtown Peterborough on July 24, 2019. (Photo: Matt Dunlap)

musicNOW – July 2019

Featuring K-OS, Blue Hazel, Sylvan Shore, Rick Fines, The Calrizians, RöckBïtü, The Sheepdogs, TorQ, Julie Dorion, and more.
Lakefield native and Juno award winner Royal Wood will perform at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in downtown Peterborough on Thursday, June 20th. The show is a fundraiser for Christian Horizons and proceeds will support the needs of people who experience disabilities. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – June 2019

Featuring The X-Pollinators, Lance Isaacs, Red Dirt Skinners, Valdy, This Frontier Needs Heroes, Royal Wood, City and Colour, and more.
Grammy-nominated Jane Bunnett and Maqueque are the headliners for International Jazz Day in Peterborough, performing their Afro-Cuban jazz at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre on April 28, 2019. (Photo: Emma–Lee Photography)

musicNOW – April 2019

Featuring Fred Eaglesmith and Tif Ginn, Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Kate Suhr, Tokyo Police Club, Jackson Delta, Ron Sexsmith, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, and more.
Having just completed a North American tour supporting indie artist Kurt Vile, alt-country band The Sadies (Sean Dean, Travis Good, Dallas Good, and Mike Belitsky) performs at The Red Dog in Peterborough on March 29, 2019. (Photo: Ron Johnson)

musicNOW – March 2019

Featuring Peterborough's Winter Folk Festival, Digawolf, The Three Martinis, Bahamas, Megan Bonnell, The Sadies, Rick Fines, and Fred Penner.
The annual Blue Valentine tribute to singer-songwriter Willie P. Bennett, who died of a heart attack in his Peterborough home on February 15, 2009, takes place at The Garnet in downtown Peterborough on Sunday, February 10, 2019. (Photo: Willie P. Legacy project)

musicNOW – February 2019

Featuring TakeFive Ensemble, Lee Harvey Osmond, Blue Valentine tribute to Willie P. Bennett, Matt Mays, Whitehorse, Russell deCarle, and more.

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