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.
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.
Folk Under the Clock presents Harry Manx, with special guest Steve Marriner of MonkeyJunk, at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre on Sunday, January 20, 2019. (Publicity photo)

musicNOW – January 2019

Featuring Mudmen, OKAN, Arrogant Worms, Sandro Perri, Harry Manx with Steve Marriner, and Lotus Wight.
Canada's legendary alt-country rockers Blue Rodeo (Mike Boguski, Colin Cripps, Jim Cuddy, Greg Keelor, Bazil Donovan, and Glenn Milchem) are performing a benefit concert for local health care at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on December 28, 2018. (Photo: Dustin Rabin)

musicNOW – December 2018

Featuring Jennifer Castle, Hurly Burly, In From the Cold, Warming Room Christmas Concert, The Good Lovelies, Blue Rodeo, Mokomokai, and more.
Folk Under The Clock presents Newfoundland folk trio The Once (Phil Churchill, Andrew Dale, and Geraldine Hollet) at the Market Hall in downtown Peterborough on November 21, 2018. (Photo: Tom Cochrane)

musicNOW – November 2018

Featuring Lonesome Ace Stringband, Charles Spearin and Tamara Williamson, Broken Harmony, Rachel Beck, Irish Mythen, The Once, Jimmy Bowskill, and more.
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.

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