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    Wednesday
    Jul182012

    Roots of Elvis Performances

    Looking for something different to do this year at the Elvis Festival? Come to Casbah on a musical odyssee through the formative years of Rock & Roll and Elvis' early years. Collingwood Elvis Festival Roots of Elvis - 2 nights only July 27 & 28!
     
    Friday July 27 - Roots of Elvis: The Sun Sessions feat. Marty Allen and The Cadillac Cowboys. 7pm $10 adv/$15 door. Come by and experience the early years of Elvis and other Sun Records Alumni such as Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins.

    Saturday July 28 - 7pm 15 adv/$20 door. Roots of Elvis feat. Jack de Keyzer

    Jack de Keyzer is a 2x Juno (Canada's Grammy) and 7x Maple Blues award-wininng artist and widely considered amongst the very best guitarist ever to come out of Canada. For this special performance, Jack will take you back to the beginnings of his 30+ years in the music industry, including early inspirations and his time in one of Canada's very first - and best known - Rockabilly bands, The Bopcats.

    Tickets available at Gabriele's Photography & Casbah for the Collingwood Elvis Festival Roots of Elvis shows on July 27th and 28th.

    Call or email Casbah to purchase over the phone with credit card (705) 293-0483 / info@casbahbar.com

    Thursday
    Jul052012

    Shotgun Dolls July 10

    All the way from Calgary, Alberta, Shotgun Dolls roll into town to spread the Rock & Roll gospel.

    Tuesday
    Jul032012

    Roots of Elvis

    This year we've teamed up with the Collingwood Elvis Festival to bring you The Roots of Elvis. For 2 nights during the Elvis Festival we'll look back on the early years and inspirations of the King with Marty Allen and The Cadillac Cowboys (July 27) and Jack de Keyzer (July 28).

    Friday July 27 - Roots of Elvis: The Sun Sessions feat. Marty Allen and The Cadillac Cowboys. 7pm. Tickets $10 adv/$15 door.
    Come by and experience the early years of Elvis and other Sun Records Alumni such as Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. Marty Allen and The Cadillac Cowboys will take you on a journey through the early years of Rock and Roll and shed light onto the roots of a young Elvis Presley and his early days as a rebellious innovator.

    Saturday July 28 - 7pm. Tickets $15 adv/$20 door. Roots of Elvis feat. Jack de Keyzer
    Jack de Keyzer is a 2x Juno (Canada's Grammy) and 7x Maple Blues award-wininng artist and widely considered amongst the very best guitarist ever to come out of Canada. For this special performance, Jack will take you back to the beginnings of his 30+ years in the music industry, including early inspirations and his time in one of Canada's very first - and best known - Rockabilly bands, The Bopcats.

    Call or email Casbah for advance ticket options (705) 293-0483 / info@casbahbar.com


    Tuesday
    Jun192012

    Gloryhound Are Back - Wednesday June 20!

    They opened for Monster Truck last time they were in town and now deserve their own place on the legendary Casbah stage. This Wednesday they will be back with good friends Before the Curtain.

    Wed June 20 - 8pm
    FREE SHOW

     

    Wednesday
    Apr252012

    Flash Lightnin' w/ A Vicious Lullaby

    Get yourself ready for a night of straight up, pure rock & roll! Flash LIghtnin' are rolling back into Collingwood with special guests and Grey County locals, A Vicious Lullaby. Show starts at 9pm and is $5. Don't miss out!

    Flash Lightnin' is a Toronto-based power trio whose legend was born in 2007 at the Dakota Tavern, a wood-paneled and raucous basement bar in the heart of the city's Queen West district. With their extraordinary chops and reverent yet contemporary approach to blues-based southern rock and roll, Flash Lightnin's weekly residency at The Dakota quickly became one of the hottest nights in the city. These whiskey-soaked Wednesdays also emerged as an important gathering place for Toronto's musician community, as the band's proficiency and explosive stageshow earned them an overflowing audience that regularly included members of Broken Social Scene, Blue Rodeo, Billy Talent, Feist, and Metric.