Melwood Cutlery with Long Sault Trio

Sunday May 14, 2:00pm Melwood Cutlery with Long Sault Trio

Melwood Cutlery is an authentic Canadian Roots performer who parlayed his voice into fame over several decades playing self-penned cool blues, pop-rock and country inspired music. Hailed as “The hippest songwriter around” by David Francey, renowned for his own work both here and abroad, Cutlery’s lyrics tell stories from his Ottawa Valley roots to the ancestral “Hills of Aberdeen”. He has played festivals and venues across Canada and the U.S., from Dawson City, Yukon to Austin, Texas.

Linda Grenier, Dave Tilston and Victor Maltby have been making music as the Long Sault Trio for many years now. The trio took its name from the Long Sault Creek near McDonald’s Corners. Like the creek, their music meanders through Folk with hints of Blues, Jazz and Trad music. With a multi-generational appeal, they have played festivals (Blue Skies, Small Halls, Stewart Park) and venues throughout the region. As performing songwriters, their three-part harmonies and blend of acoustic instruments (violin, saxophone, mandolin and guitar) come together in a modern roots styling.

Tickets are $25.00 plus fees available at Tickets Please