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Artistic passion trumps Canadian weather once again

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Though the snow was falling, and the streets were a river of slush, it was warm and cozy at The Free Times Cafe this afternoon and lovely music filled the air. Players today included Jeremy Von Hollen, Rocket Roger Zuraw, Dwight Peters (half of Sue and Dwight) , Erwin Schack , DavidDavid Storey , Steve […]

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Another Brilliant Saturday!

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Well another totally awesome talent filled session last Saturday at the Black Swan Tavern . The great Players included the lovely Roger Zuraw, Jo-Anne Park , Chris Welsh, Steve Raiken, Bela Ray, Dwight Peters (Mr.Sue Peters), Jerry Rush, Vadim Korolitsky, Axe Arthur Renwick & Pat, Glen Hornblast , Kevin Norman and more. Thanks especially to Tony Quarrington guitar ACE who stuck around all afternoon and did a great solo […]

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HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE SWAN ON SATURDAY ..

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Getting ready for our next edition of Saturdays the The Swan tomorrow, April 11. I just got a call from my buddy Tony Quarrington to let me know he will be coming down tomorrow to play some guitar and join in the fun. Every Saturday at the Black Swan at 2:00 in the Afternoon Join […]

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April 5 at the Swan

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Certainly another stellar afternoon of music at the Black Swan! Players included Roger Zuraw, David McLaughlan, Jerry Rush, Cindy Dell and Sue Leonard, Jo-Anne Park, Mark Denington, Peter Malloy, Axe and Pat (aka Ami and Pot), Bill Isen with Leon on guitar, Paul Jones, Pete Otis, Bela Ray, Harpin’ Norm, Robin Guitar with Ed the […]

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Dr B’s Acoustic Medicine Show Image Gallery

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Moving Sale on Brian Gladstone’s CD Collection

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Yes that’s right I’m moving, there is lots of stock,  and I would rather sell them than move them!   CD’s are $10.00 ea or Bundle of 4 for $30.00 includes personal autograph Shipping added to order – will send to Canada or USA, or you can pick them up at my weekly Saturday show […]

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Tony Quarrington will be joining us March 29 Saturday Session

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Well it looks like we will finally have some spring weather over the weekend, finally! I was playing guitar with Tony Quarrington this afternoon at my place, and we had such a great time he wants to continue the jam session tomorrow at Saturday Sessions at the Swan. I'm sure he will be happy to sit […]

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Our Best Saturday So Far

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What a great day of music and community at the Swan last Saturday March 21. Performers inlucded Roger Zuraw, Gary Larocca, Rent Party, Mark Denington, Bela Ray, Dan McLean Jr, Bill Isen, Dougie, Laryy Sulky, Glen Hornblast, Pat Orton, Axe Renfrew, James Sloan, Pete Otis, Harpin Norm Lucien the harmonica guru, and a few more! In […]

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Looking forward to another Saturday Session at the Swan

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Spring is in the air, the snow melting, and what better way is there to spend a Saturday afternoon than making music at the Swan. It all happens again tomorrow March 22, hope you can join us for a great afternoon of friends and music. See you at the Swan. All the details are here […]

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Saturday Sessions at the Swan Continue Tomorrow March 15

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Come out and play some tunes or come out to just enjoy the music Every Saturday at the Black Swan at 2:00 in the Afternoon Join us for an intimate afternoon of great acoustic music, every Saturday. We want to create a place for artists, friends, and fans to hang out. We are looking to […]

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Musically it was a great day, ‘but ….. ‘

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The 'But …..' is below … Once again there was certainly no shortage of talent and the Black Swan for 'Saturday Sessions' yesterday. Players included Jo-Anne Park, Terry Hart, Mark Dennington, James Sloan, Sany Greenberg with Thomas Cormier, Bela Ray, Michael Cuddy and Sarah Ives, and of course Axe & Pat who are now calling […]

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Dr B’s Acoustic Medicine Show

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Dr B’s Acoustic Medicine Show is taking a break over the Summer and will resume in September 2015 View Image Gallery Saturdays at the Freetimes Cafe Every Saturday at the Freetimes Cafe 2:00 in the Afternoon. Join us for an intimate afternoon of great acoustic music, every Saturday. We want to create a place for […]

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Children Sleep in Snow

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‘Children Sleep in Snow’ is written and recorded by Brian Gladstone, on my first album called ‘Back to the Dirt, released in 1999. I wrote it after I saw some young teenagers sleeping in the bank machine room in down-town Toronto, on a cold winter’s night. If anyone complains about the winter this year, just […]

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Don’t Bypass My Heart

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Black Swan, Saturday Sessions, Toronto, February 22, 2014 This was recorded live at my weekly Saturday sessions gig. It’s a really safe place to try out new material. As you can see I have still to do a bit of work to clean up the guitar playing on this tune, before I record it. Just […]

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Brian Gladstone Interview, from James McGee

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Brian Gladstone Interview, V1 Had a chance last week (on a snowy afternoon no less) to sit down with Brian Gladstone and discuss the upcoming Winterfolk Festival. Now in its 12th year the festival features a wide range of musical styles including Zydeco, cajun, blues, roots, and blue grass. Brian talks about the early days […]

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Festival By the Marsh – Reprinted from the Sackville NB Tribune Post

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Festival by the Marsh Opens Tonight With gallery crawl – Mount Allison University Completing the “crawl” at 8:15 p.m. at historic Cranewood mansion (see picture below) is Brian Gladstone, a veteran Toronto folk musician, inspired by the 60s peace movement, and cofounder and organizer of numerous events and charities that have encouraged peace activism and environmental and social […]

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A Song For Everyone

Here is a song for the homeless A cold night on the street Wet and alone A thousand miles from home A good man in defeat Here is a song for the kindness A stranger who gives a damn Here is a song To move our lives along It's a song for everyone It's a […]

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