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An evening with John Jacob Magistry
March 11, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Last summer they played Osheaga – and on March 11th, John Jacob Magistry (JJM) will be performing in our livingroom.
JJM is a post indie / folk band from Montreal, Quebec who released their unsigned debut EP ‘Narcissism Unto Loneliness’ in the Spring of 2014.
Podcast station Radio Cannon described ‘Narcissism Unto Loneliness’ as “amazing”.. “such a great voice”.. “really big lush sounds, It’s about time (this) gets some big attention.”
CHOM 97.7 picked up their first single ‘Greatest Story Ever’ and gave it a solid run in heavy rotation since. To kick off 2015, they were voted one of CHOM’s ‘Best Music Discoveries of 2014’ by both Terry DiMonte and Jason Rockman. CHOM listeners voted ‘Greatest Story Ever’ as one of the top 30 tracks of 2014.
Lead by singer/songwriter Johnny Griffin, John Jacob Magistery is a band well grounded in raw talent and authenticity. JJM has core group of singer-songwriters who include Anthony Lombardi (drums), Mackenzie Myatt (violin / vocals), Antoine Ferron (bass), and Francois Jalbert (guitar).
An evening with John Jacob Magistry – will be a dinner/concert on Friday, March 11th..at our home – 18 ch de Fairfax in Stanstead QC.
Here’s the essential info:
This will be an intimate livingroom concert with a max capacity of 35 folks on chairs, sofas, benches – or sitting on the floor.
Dinner will be 6-ish and will be potluck vegetarian – which means if you’re coming for dinner you need to let us know ahead of time.. so we can take note of what you’re planning to bring. Send Hal an email to let him know what you’re bringing for potluck.
If you’re coming for the concert only, seating will be open at 19h.
Adults $20, Teens $10 – and kids, as always, are free & welcome.
We hope to see you here.
Terms & Conditions
If you’ve got an allergy to cats or dogs, a house concert in our livingroom will be a tremendous challenge. Even if the animals are not in the room, they will be roaming elsewhere in the house.