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On the latter point, the worst time to hear about a good idea is after a facility‘s doors open.

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Just to show some of you just how conservative I can be (stop sniggering, I’ll wait while you get something to wipe the monitor clean)

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It’s a shame only about 200 people heard it. We’re a very small club. No one else will get to experience what we did.

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Many large music ensembles program their events with an easy tune or two off the top so everyone can catch a stride with long notes, moderate tempos, lots of time to warm up the lips and listen to each other for blend and balance. Not these folks.

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I think setting up a recording studio is an excellent idea and having spent a lot of time in studios working on videos and music I can vouch for how it can eat time like you wouldn’t believe.

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Where’s Bill Davis when you need him.

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Now the bad news, tickets for both nights at St. Paul’s are sold out. Not to worry, there’ plenty to enjoy at other venues after the main stage shows are done.

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The things they should be outraged over are no big deal, while pouring coffee almost turns into a donnybrook.

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ShareBy John Swartz The Washago Song contest happened Sunday at the community center with 10 entries getting to perform and

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… and a Benny Goodman medley, from which no one would have gotten out alive if it didn’t contain Sing, Sing, Sing. Good choice Mr. Hilts.

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A concert is happening Saturday night at St. Paul’s Centre with the Orillia Concert Band. This is not last because it’s not so important. If you hadn’t noticed, I’m working on a theme here.

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ShareBy John Swartz It’s not exactly The Boys Are Back In Town, because there are girls in Alex, but the

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Last year Dave Beckett made a painting on the spot. This time it’s Tony Bianco, and no he’s not going to be making money, even though he’s our local Canada Mint coin creator.

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Why is it people will pay 50 bucks to see a show at the Opera House by Joe Schmedly from Saskatoon and right up the street is something as good, if not better and there’s only a handful of people taking it in?

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It’s not really new, but it plays like new. It’s a refurbished Steinway concert grand, not one of those questionable Steinways made these days, but one from 1917,

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It’s so very hard to rank the 8 versions of the Gospel and Blues concerts, each has had its own unique moments (and several versions of Georgia), so I’ll just say this last one, being the freshest, was the best.

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