“Temple's gently persuasive vocals are easy on the ear, and his songwriting chops are solid”-Kerry Doole,New Canadian Music
“Much like Leon Redbone, at its best, Day For Day evokes another time and place, a sepia toned nostalgia.” -Devin Shael Fox, JAZZ.FM91
Performing in Saskatchewan and Northeastern Alberta April 2019
Home Routes/Chemin Chez Nous house concert network is thrilled to presentPat Temple & the HiLO Playerson the‘Chautauqua Trail’house concert series this April. Pat Temple is touring Saskatchewan and Northeastern Alberta. The Chautauqua Trail tour kicks off March 31 inFort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan. Full schedule is below,and athomeroutes.ca.
Chautauqua Trail Dates - Pat Temple April 2, 2019Fort Qu’Appelle, SK April 3, 2019Buena Vista, SK April 4, 2019Outlook, SK April 5, 2019Livelong, SK April 6, 2019Cold Lake, AB April 7, 2019Fort McMurray, AB April 9, 2019Edmonton, AB April 10, 2019Red Deer, AB April 11, 2019Rimbey, AB April 12, 2019Elk Point. AB April 13, 2019Lloydminster, AB April 14, 2019Grandora, AB To attendany of these shows, please contact Home Routes/ Chemin Chez NousHEREor via email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org call: (204) 480-3380, Toll-free in Canada: 1 (866) 925-6889. The full Home Routes schedule can be accessed online athomeroutes.ca.
About Pat Temple always has a great cast of HiLO Players. He has been called the Ronnie Hawkins of Folk music, he always attracts fantastic sidemen. For this tour he is once again bringing some of the best.
Spencer Evans, from Kingston Ontario, has performed and recorded with Pat Temple for 30 years. He also toured with Sarah Harmer and the Cowboy Junkies. Spencer is a multi instrumentalist, playing clarinet, accordion and keyboards. He’s an incredibly infectious performer and always brings it to every show!
Rob Foreman, from Peterborough Ontario, has recorded and performed with Pat for 5 years. He is rapidly gaining traction as a session stand up bass player and also fronts his own band called the "Quick Shifters". Keep your eyes out for that one, there’s a great record in the can.
Pat Temple continues to tour, record, write and perform his own unique brand of toe tapping music. Presently he is working on his seventh album, excited to share some of his new tunes with his fans across Canada. Pat loves to be out on tour, talking to people and gaining inspiration for his music.
Pat always puts together incredible shows, but he himself admits that this musical line up is one of the best . Don’t miss it!
Chautauqua Trail TheChautauqua Trailis a project ofHome Routes/Chemin Chez Nous, presenting Canadian and international artists to audiences in Saskatchewan, Northeastern Alberta and throughout Canada.
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