Authors Articles by Josh Fewings

Articles by Josh Fewings

Josh Fewings
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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.
Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Steve Earle, known for his gritty rock, country, and folk tunes, performs at the Academy Theatre in Lindsay on September 18. (Photo: Chad Batka)

musicNOW – September 2017

Featuring Mary-Kate Edwards, Nick Ferrio, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Steve Earle, Cultivate Festival, Bruce Cockburn, The Marigolds, and more.
The award-winning indie rock band Rheostatics at their final show at Toronto's Massey Hall in March 2007. In 2016, original members Tim Vesely, Dave Bidini, Dave Clark, and Martin Tielli reunited and have since been writing new material and performing at special events, including Peterborough Musicfest on August 23. (Photo: Simon Law)

musicNOW – August 2017

Featuring Hootenanny on Hunter Street, The Sheepdogs, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peterborough Folk Festival, Rheostatics, and more.
Adam Dobres (guitar), Pierre Schryer (fiddle), and Dermot Byrne (accordian) are the award-winning trio 3TíR, who will be performing foot-stomping traditional music at the Market Hall in Peterborough on July 11. (Photo: Carrefour mondial de l'accordéon)

musicNOW – July 2017

Featuring Kim Mitchell, Reid Jamieson, Pays d'en Haut, 3TiR, Birthday Boys, Laura Merrimen, Jon Epworth, and more.
Alberta-based musician Leeroy Stagger performs at the Red Dog in downtown Peterborough on Friday, June 9th. (Photo: David Guenther)

musicNOW – June 2017

Featuring Tarantuela, Country Wild Music Festival, Tuned Up Tuesdays at Elmhirst's Resort, David Essig, Leeroy Stagger, Downchild Blues, Les Stroud, & more.
Son-and-father duo Joel and Bill Plaskett are playing two shows this month in the Kawarthas: May 3rd at the Academy Theatre in Lindsay and May 7th at Market Hall in Peterborough. eterborough's own Mayhemingways (Benj Rowland and Josh Fewings) are opening for the Plasketts and are also their backing band. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – May 2017

Featuring Civil Wray, Joel and Bill Plaskett and Mayhemingways, The Northern Pikes, Peterborough LIVE, Ian Foster, Mairi Rankin, Country Wild Music Festival, and more.
Juno-winning songwriter Amelia Curran will join Tim Baker, Donovan Woods, and Hawksley Workman for a night of music and conversation in "The Writes of Spring" at Peterborough's Market Hall on April 27 (publicity photo)

musicNOW – April 2017

Featuring Hillary Dumoulin, Martin Barre Band, Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer, Jackson Delta, Ron Hawkins, Amelia Curran, Hawksley Workman, and more.
Singer-songwriter and guitarist Matt Andersen brings his giant soulful voice back to Peterborough when he takes the stage at Showplace Performance Centre on Sunday, March 26 (photo: Sean Sisk)

musicNOW – March 2017

Featuring Jack de Keyzer, Lonesome Ace Stringband, Shari Ulrich, A Tribe Called Red, Basia Bulat, Lennie Gallant, Matt Andersen, Alan Doyle, and more.
Royal Wood's concert at Showplace in Peterborough on February 14th is a perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day (publicity photo)

Royal Wood is coming home for a Valentine’s Day concert at Showplace

Juno nominated singer-songwriter about to head out on the road for two tours while working on his next record.
Elliott Brood kicks off the Peterborough Folk Festival's February Folk Folly with a concert at the Market Hall on Friday, February 24 (publicity photo)

musicNOW – February 2017

Featuring Al Lerman, Harry Manx, Blue Valentine, Royal Wood, Missy Knott, Nicole Coward, Elliott Brood, Murray McLauchlan, Mother Mother, and more.
Canadian Celtic rockers Mudmen -- Mike Meacher, Sandy Campbell, Dan Westenenk, Robby Campbell, and Jeremy Burton (not pictured) -- return to Peterborough's Market Hall on January 14 (photo courtesy of Mudmen)

Mudmen bring double-barreled bagpipes back to Peterborough on January 14

Canada's Celtic rockers encourage fans to wear plaid to Market Hall concert.


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