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Sat, Jun 01


Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre

The Smooth Operators

An afternoon of original music in the artful surroundings of Rails End Gallery

The Smooth Operators
The Smooth Operators

Time & Location

Jun 01, 2024, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre, 23 York St, Dysart and Others, ON K0M 1S0, Canada

About the event

An  afternoon of original music in the artful surroundings of Rails End  Gallery with "The Smooth Operators", a new trio making waves on the  local scene. Together, they're bringing their smooth sounds to audiences  across the County. We are delighted to welcome them to Rails End  Gallery on Saturday June 1 for some afternoon grooves.

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Tickets $25 (includes HST)   Order tickets by calling 705-457-2330 or email to Reserved seating for groups of 4. Table and row seating available. Doors open at 2:30  Music starts at 3 pm. Refreshments available. Tap or Cash. Accessible venue | A/C | parking located next to Head Lake Park in Haliburton's landmark rail station.

The Musicians: Jodi Timgren, singer songwriter, guitar Jodi’s  bold voice has been her instrument from early on. From 1993 –2001, Jodi  was part of the group Aridella. She released her debut album “Weigh The Needle Down" in 2022. She  continues to work as a soloist and collaborator in the Haliburton area.  Jodi co-writes under the name name “Silva Musica” (follow on Bandcamp)  with Richard Joudrey of Blue Peter and Rational Youth.

Rich Anton, harmonica Rich  Anton, your go-to blues aficionado and harmonica maestro! With 28 years  of harmonica prowess, Rich brings a touch of soul to the airwaves of  Haliburton County as the host of Canoe FM 100.9's Buckslide Blues. His deep-rooted love for the blues spans from leisurely listening to  skillfully playing the harmonica. Now, as a fresh face in the county,  Rich is thrilled to share his passion for blues music and connect with  the vibrant community through the magic of radio.

Dan (The Piano Man) O'Neil Dan  can play just about anything on his keyboard - from accompanying the  Ukuladies to more professional gigs he loves to tickle the ivories and  make beautiful music with others.

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