With his acoustic and electric guitars, piano, violin, wood-box accordion, and stomping feet, Alan Gerber jolted a generous amount of juice into a jived-up crowd at Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre (AGCC) this past Saturday. Gerber played boogie, rock, soul, a whole lot of blues, and even some reggae on his wood-box accordion. In a raspy voice with a broad range and abundant emotion, Gerber entertained the crowd with spirited songs and colorful stories from his many years of playing with celebrated blues, rock, and roots artists and bands. The next concert at the AGCC will be a Home Routes Concert with Red Moon Road on Wednesday, November 28th at 7 PM. Tickets are available at The Review offices, or to reserve and pre-pay, send an email to: [email protected]
Find out more about Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre here: [email protected] The gallery, located at 36 Home Avenue in Vankleek Hill, is open Wednesdays through Sundays, 12 to 4 PM.
Photos supplied by Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre
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