Stephen Fearing! April 30

Multiple Juno Award winning Stephen Fearing is one of the foremost performing singer-songwriters in Canada.

And he is next up at Patchwork!  Let the Easter bunny TRY to top this!

Mixing powerful lyrics, creative arrangements and brilliant guitar playing, Fearing has built up a loyal and dedicated international audience with a wide range of songs – from his 1988 release Out to Sea, to his 2007 Juno winning album Yellowjacket.  He is a founding member of the highly successful Canadian roots rock super trio, Blackie & the Rodeo Kings,  and has collaborated with many artists including Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, Sarah McLachlan, Tom Wilson and Colin Linden.

His latest recording, The Man Who Married Music is a ‘Best Of’ collection, with tracks handpicked by Stephen, featuring some of the best music he has released over his career as well as two brand new tracks No Dress Rehearsal and The Big East West.

The consistent quality of work produced over Stephen Fearing’s two decades plus career has earned him a West Coast Music Award for Best Folk Music Recording and five Juno Award nominations as a solo artist and a faithful international fan base.  On top of that, Blackie & the Rodeo Kings have released three highly praised and award-winning albums including a Juno Award for their most recent release “BARK”.




8 PM start (there will be 2 sets with a break in between; cds will be available for sale)

$20 per person

Please RSVP to  (Directions will follow.)

Non-alcoholic beverages will be offered.  You are invited to take along any wine/beer/etc. that you wish to enjoy.  There will be a selection of munchies at the break.  Contributions to the munchies table will be graciously accepted and appreciated.

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