Authors Articles by Josh Fewings

Articles by Josh Fewings

Josh Fewings
121 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.
Suzie Vinnick (publicity photo)

musicNOW – December 2013

Featuring Suzie Vinnick, July Talk, Dan Fewings Community Christmas, Peterborough Symphony Orchestra, Stacey, and more.
Jay Swinnerton' s band Tarantuela performs at The Red Dog on Friday, November 1st (publicity photo)

musicNOW – November 2013

Featuring Tarantuela, Karyn Ellis, Kim Beggs, Lee Harvey Osmond, Mayhemingways, Fiftymen, Steve Strongman & more.

kawarthaICON – Bobby Watson

East City boy Bobby Watson is a man with many stories, many friends, and a big (healthy!) heart.
Bobby Watson (photo: wayne Eardley)

musicNOW – October 2013

Featuring A Benefit for Bobby Watson, The Stampeders, Erin Costelo, Indigo Girls, Matthew Good, and more.
The Citiots are Ray Henderson, Kate Ethier, Luke Foster, Dan Smith, Ken Gibb, Paul Nabuurs (photo: Jennifer Sek)

Something funny is happening in Peterborough

The city's blossoming comedy scene includes a couple of chances to see The Citiots improv troupe in September
Dub Trinity (L-R: Rob Wilkes, Greg Roy, Tom Reader, Kirsten Addis, Jean-Marc Pineau, Chris Collins) performs at the Red Dog on September 14 (publicity photo)

musicNOW – September 2013

Featuring The Gertrudes, Natural Radio, Dub Trinity, Cris Cuddy, Rae Spoon, Kelly & the Kelly Girls, and more.
Kelly McMichael (publicity photo)

Kelly McMichael & the Gloss in Peterborough on August 1st

Peterborough-raised singer-songwriter releasing her new EP Liminal at The Garnet,
The stage at The Hootenanny on Hunter Street in 2011 (photo: Hootenanny on Hunter St.)

The Hootenanny on Hunter Street

Peterborough's 3rd annual downtown street party on August 10th bids farewell to The Spades.
The Keene Summer BBQ takes place Saturday, July 20 on the grounds of the Keene Arena

Keene Summer Barbeque not to be missed

A mix of events and great music add up to great summer fun in Keene on July 20.
Newfoundland singer-songwriter Matthew Hornell plays The Garnet on July 18 to support the release of his second full-length album “Have It All” (photo courtesy of artist)

Newfoundland’s Matthew Hornell returns to Peterborough

Local band Mayhemingways to open the July 18th show at The Garnet.

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