Friday, September 9, 2016
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
St. John’s United Church
The RabbleBerries’ wide-ranging repertoire includes music for political, environmental, and social causes, songs of the sea and the land, songs of workers, original songs, traditional songs, silly songs, and generally whatever tickles their musical fancy. Many of their songs feature choruses, so get ready to sing along!
The RabbleBerries sound is full of tasty vocal harmonies and flavourful guitar licks spiced up with autoharp, flute, keyboard, banjo, mandola, thumb piano, harmonica, percussion, and electric bass. Their albums Pie and Jam, staples on the pantry shelves of folk music connoisseurs everywhere, showcase many delicious compositions by Alan O’Dean and Karen Gillmore, as well as the band’s favourite cover songs.
The RabbleBerries are: Sharon Hazelwood, Karen Gillmore, Alan O’Dean, and Ron Gillmore.
Find out more about them at: http://www.rabbleberries.ca/