The Stone Poets will be in Vankleek Hill for one performance as part of their Great Divide tour. The group will be performing at Arbor Gallery on Friday, Sept 13.
Cherelle Jardine, Scott Jackson and Marc Gladstone, are Stone Poets.
Three accomplished writers and performers, three distinct voices, harmonizing together to celebrate the song.
Considered a modern-day, Peter Paul and Mary, their music has been described as “contemporary folk”, folk perhaps, because of the instrumentation: keyboard, two acoustic guitars and rich, harmony laden vocals… contemporary because the subject matter in their songs ventures into subjects that aren’t typically folk-related …you won’t find any maple leaves or country roads in their songwriting.
Stone Poets are songwriters as well as storytellers. They stir emotions and pull on heart strings, bringing you melodies that stick with you and lyrics to make you reflect.
Over the seven years that Stone Poets have been together, they have released four CDs and have just finished mastering two brand new singles: “Gleam and Beam” and The Great Divide. The Great Divide was written with Nashville-based iconic songwriters Daryl and LeeAnn Burgess. Produced by Juno nominated Producer Sheldon Zaharko from Zed Productions, now available on all digital download platforms.
The Great Divide tour will take Stone Poets to Goderich, Peterborough, Montreal, Vankleek Hill and Ottawa from September 8 to 14th. Show info can be found on www.stonepoets.ca
For more information on Stone Poets, please visit their website and as well, their social media sites.
Visit Arbor Gallery’s website to find out about purchasing tickets. Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre is located at 36 Home Avenue in Vankleek Hill.
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