August 19, 2012

Brentwood Music on the Plaza 2012

Filed under: Events — Tags: , , , — Kristoffer Benoit @ 2:49 pm

Today I mixed for a very talented band called Jasu, a funk infused jazz trio.
They were performing at a small plaza just off of Northland Dr N.W. where the City has been putting on weekly performances between 2 and 3pm every Sunday, for the past few weeks, in an attempt to bring the community together.

I had no idea that the City of Calgary employed staff to promote community initiatives like this. What a great idea to encourage neighborly interactions within the community.
There are community gardening initiatives, interactive mural creations and more.

Kudos to the city in their recognition that “knowing your neighbor” can decrease crime and solidify our City’s foundation.20120819-145041.jpg

August 17, 2012

Nathan M. Godfrey, Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra & Guests August 21st @ The Area!

Filed under: Announcements, Events — Duncworthy @ 4:58 pm

Have you had a yearning to head to South America this summer, but don’t have the funds to do so? Then head on down to The Area this Tuesday, August 21st to join CJSW’s Via Lactea Caboose’ host Nathan M. Godfrey & local Welcome to the West who will be hosting an evening of Latin influenced music and food. Proudly sponsored by Calgary Sound Rentals.

Nathan will be playing alongside his friend Pablito Ferrando, all the way from Argentina. Calgary’s favourite touring band from Victoria, BC Tequila Mockingbird Orchetra will be ending the night with their raucous gypsy-infused tunes. Kicking off the evening will be local folks Sarah & Patrick Hamilton with Robbie Bankes.

Come early and enjoy the fresh delights of the Ramsay/Inglewood Farmers Market which will be held in the afternoon. The show costs $10, music begins at 8pm and will be accompanied with homemade Empanadas, wine and growlers from Village Brewery.

For more information check out the Welcome to the Wests blog ‘Key to the West’

http://www.keytothewest.ca

Check out their trailer for the event here: