Rick Keene Music Scene – Some of the Best Music Shows in January

Christmas is gone and New Year’s celebrations are fading into either good or bad memories.

The winter blues can be overtaken by getting out and socializing. Music is your dancing partner.

Here are just a few shows you may consider and click on the links to check out full schedules.

 

January 12 Panic! At The Disco 

Place Bell, Laval
7:00 PM

January 25th The Sheepdogs & The Damn Truth

MTELUS, Montreal
8:00 PM

January 26th Bryan Adams In Concert

Bell Centre, Montreal
8:00 PM

Visit Evenko Here!

 

 

January 17, 8 p.m. French Quarter

Enzo Carniel House of Echo / Florian Pellissier Quintet invite Roger Raspail / Bibi Tanga & The Selenites

L’Astral (Maison du Festival)

JAZZ ALL-YEAR ROUND

January 10th Taurey Butler Trio at 7pm.

People often comment on Taurey Butler’s resemblance to the young Oscar Peterson, in appearance as well as his winning combination of hard swing and melodic invention. Gratifying as it may be, he backs away from the compliment. There’s only one Oscar, he says. But there is no question that the one Oscar Peterson had a profound effect on Taurey’s life and his music.

 

House of Jazz

 

Snooksta and The Gangstas

January 30th 7pm 

Snooksta and The Gangstas

Snooky was born in Norfolk, Virginia and raised in a small city called Woonsocket in Rhode Island. At the early age of 6, he began humming and singing songs to his mother while keeping the drumming beat going with his mouth. Even then, at that young age, music was in his bones. So, his journey began into the wonderful world of drumming. Upon arrival in Montreal, Quebec, he met an extremely talented and well known performer by the name of Freddy James. He later became his drummer and back-up vocalist in his dance R&B band, known as Fusion 3. For the next 6 to 7 years, they toured Japan, Africa, USA and Canada.

When the Freddy James era was over, he continued to successfully perform in night clubs, gospel choirs, and worked with other great musicians in studios. By the spring of 2010 he stayed in Montreal to work and finish writing another CD. He started playing regularly at the House of Jazz with Geraldine Hunt: His quartet,Snooksta and The Gangstas – became one of the headliners at the House of Jazz.

 

To Order Rickkeene2@gmail.com

 

If you love Live Blues – visit

Smoke Meat Pete.com

In February – check out Wave 21 Live Here !

One of Montreal’s Best young bands. Listen below to Interview !

 

 

 

 

 

 

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