Genre: Blues, Contemporary Folk, Guitarist, Singer/Songwriter
Rob Lutes is widely known for his superb songwriting, finger style mastery and soulful vocals. Since his first release, Gravity, in 2000, the Montreal-based musician, originally from Rothesay NB, has become widely known for his impassioned live performances, extraordinary playing, improvisational magic and intense, gritty vocals. He is a former Kerrville winner and Maple Blues, CFMA and Lys Blues nominee.
Lutes’ 2009 studio release, widely acclaimed Truth and Fiction spent three months in the EuroAmericana Top 10. His sixth album, The Bravest Birds, recorded in Montreal in 2012, features 12 original compositions and a cover of Loudon Wainwright’s gem Natural Disaster. Award-winning Montreal songwriter Dale Boyle co-wrote two of the tracks. The album features blues, Americana, contemporary singer-songwriter genres and the blazing instrumental Turning Point. Lutes regularly tours Canada, Europe and the U.S. as a solo performer, in duo with Quebec guitar legends Rob MacDonald or Rick Haworth, or in a full-band format.
This is the last concert of the 2017-2018 series and is on Wednesday April 18th at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm) and will feature Rob Lutes https://www.roblutes.com/
For more information, check out the event page.
Hey music lovers!
The March 13 Home Routes show will feature Canadian duo Miriam Sonstenes and Jeff Dill, who play acoustic roots/bluegrass music using fiddle, guitar and tight vocal blends.
Tickets 20$ at the door, all proceeds go to the artists
Doors open 7:00pm
Show starts 7:30pm
BYOB and snacks to share if you’d like!
Check it out!
Inglewood Community League has extended its registration period. We will be accepting registrations through the EMSA – West registration website until March 16, 2018.
Please go to: http://emsawest.com/play/register/outdoor-registration and register your kids for the upcoming outdoor season (May through June 2018).
Inglewood Community League
Yes it’s true. Our tired old website has been replaced with a new and functional look to better serve our community. News stories will still show on the landing page at www.inglewoodcl.com, but so will upcoming events and some information about the Inglewood Community League. Have your child registered for soccer? Then you can use the Programs menu to find information about soccer and a calendar that only has soccer related events.
The new appearance is bright and fresh and easy to navigate. And along with the website design is a brand new logo to help you recognize Inglewood Community League news and events!
In addition to finding what you need on the website, much of our information is also cross-posted to Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/inglewoodcl/ and to our e-newsletter. Not already subscribed? Then what are you waiting for? Click on: mlgn.to/3aev, check your inbox for a confirmation message and start finding out what’s happening all around you today.
Inglewood walking routes
Looking to get outdoors this winter or just explore your local part of the city? Check out Walk Edmonton’s suggested walking/biking routes for Inglewood, Sherbrooke and St. Charles neighbourhoods. Walking maps are available at your local
public library or contact Walk Edmonton at firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll mail you one free of charge. For more information on Walk Edmonton visit edmonton.ca.