Music to brighten long winter nights….

If our January house concert featuring Pillow Fite and Braden Lam did not prove this fact, then I don’t know what would. Not convinced? Then join us for one of upcoming winter shows……

Christina Martin is a powerhouse musician, songsmith, and performer hailing from the windswept East Coast of Canada. Her music dances effortlessly through Pop, Rock, Folk and Americana traditions but stays deftly unchained by any one label, refusing to be pigeon-holed and unafraid to dip into stranger waters. From her Austin-inflected 2002 debut Pretty Things, through more rousing rocky climbs such as 2015’s It’ll Be Alright, to the sweeping cinematic dreamscape of 2018’s Impossible to Hold, Martin is an artist who is constantly shifting, and constantly evolving. Through it all runs a backbone of raw honesty about the human condition. Be they personal confessions or narrative tales, each song is lovingly crafted, and hits in the heart like a well-thrown punch. With a brand new album on the way, promising to be more sweeping and orchestral than ever before, Christina Martin is going from strength to strength.

Christina Martin, together with partner Dale Murray, will share stories and songs from her vast catalogue of original songs. A little late for Valentines Day but right on time for a Valentine’s gift for that special someone. A limited number of tickets will be sold and they are going FAST.

For more about Christina, visit:

Christina Martin – February 18 Tickets

Joe Crookston is a songwriter, guitarist, painter, fiddler, slide player, eco-village member and believer in all things possible…Named 2016 Folk International artist-in-residence, he may be exactly what we need RIGHT NOW. He believes in stories and tells them, in cinematic colour, with his 48 Gibson or fiddle by his side.

Check him out here: then secure your seats to an intimate St. Patrick’s Day show at Patchwork.

Joe Crookston – March 17 Tickets

NOTE: Patchwork ( is a house concert series, i.e. we present concerts in our living room. For all shows the artist(s) take the door. We provide the stage, chairs and hopefully a room filled with eager listeners. We will provide a few snacks and soft drinks will be available; otherwise it is BYOB (we have glasses!). Bringing music-loving-friends and visiting family members is strongly encouraged.

Monique & George

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Music to brighten long winter nights….

  1. Its Music Music Music in your mouth…Some moments to enjoy the musicals with musicians like Joe. For those who just love the music, right from the roots.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s