Gary Farmer & The Troublemakers presented by Grassroots News
Saturday, November 3, 2012 | 9PM
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GARY FARMER & THE TROUBLEMAKERS PRESENTED BY GRASSROOTS NEWS
w/ Nathan Cunningham, Joe Maxim Band
The Windsor Hotel, 187 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
18+ ID Req | Tix $15
GARY FARMER & THE TROUBLEMAKERS
Gary Farmer is a solid blues musician with a great band backing him up (The Troublemakers). He recently released a new album, entitled Under the Water Tower, and hit the road for a tour of the US with 21 dates in New Mexico, California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Nebraska.
Farmer, Cayuga/Haudenosaunee/Iroquois Confederacy, is from the Six Nations Reserve in Ohsweken, Ontario.
JOE MAXIM BAND
The Joe Maxim Band is a six man alternative country, rock, and blues group from Winnipeg, Manitoba. All the band members are dedicated and talented musicians with different musical tastes. This eclectic mix contributes to the interesting harmonies and grooves that audience experience at every Joe Maxim Band performance.
Nathan Cunningham was raised in the small northern Alberta community of Sucker Creek First Nation.
He is a proud descendant of the Woodland Cree and has been a mainstay on Aboriginal radio for more than a decade.
Tickets can be purchased in person at the Canadian Plains Gallery in the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg.
Canadian Plains Gallery
106-181 Higgins Avenue
Telephone: (204) 943-4972