Time & Location
About The Event
DUE TO COVID we have rescheduled this event to April 24, 2021. It will occur on this new date even if restrictions are in place, we will safely follow all guidelines.
An eclectic concert with Quebec's Francophone group Jabbour.
A love of musical collaboration, Cajun music and travel brought them together. These talented high-energy musicians bridge gaps and draw parallels between the musical genres that inspire their own songwriting. From Guillaume Jabbour’s roots in chansonniers music from Québéc and France, to Bill Collier’s work as a musician collaborating with many of the east coast’s finest singers and songwriters, to Bill Gossage’s musical culture that draws upon deep roots in the Irish fiddle vernacular, and finally to Carl Rufh's bass work with some of Canada's well known blues acts, Jabbour is a contemporary roots band. Having played in various musical projects (Grouyan Gombo, Les Flâneurs, Dave Gossage, La montagne secrète, The Durham County Poets), they combined their creative abilities forming a project focused on original works. With 14 songs in french and english, their new album Saint Bernard will be available May 2019.
- General Admission$20$200$0
- Reserved Seating 1st Row$30$300$0