Sun May 26 2019
Ginger St.James Presents as part of her Sunday Roots Matinee Series: Tiim Gibbons & Rick Taylor perform 2-5pm. Tickets available at the door.

Tickets At Door
$10.00 +SC
2:00 PM
AA / Licensed
(Casbah Main Hall)

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3 Time Road to Memphis finalist Rick Taylor & Hamilton’s own Tim Gibbons hit the Casbah stage for an unforgettable afternoon Blues Matinee. Doors open at 1:30pm / 2pm Show!

Reservations Recommended –
email : to save your spot. Group seating available.

Rick Taylor
Considered to be one of the finest acoustic blues artists going, with a set of vocals chords that would be the envy of any Blues Artists, young or old, Rick Taylor has no problem taking us back and accurately giving us the feel that we are sitting on a back porch, stomping our feet as he offers us the blues the way it was always meant to be, lean and clean.

Hamilton, Ontario’s Tim Gibbons is an eclectic roots artist. He is an experienced and accomplished musician who has worked on a variety of projects and styles, but roots music is his forte [Tim Gibbons has] committed his fair share of hellraising rock. In the late ’70s and early ’80s, he was part of the pioneering Hamilton rock band, The Shakers, with Dave Rave and Rick Andrews. Then came The Trouble Boys, an outfit that Gibbons made sure lived up to its name.Gibbons had a brush with fame in the ’90s through his work on the soundtrack of Billy Bob Thornton’s Oscar-winning film Sling Blade and his successful followup album, Shylingo. But for the past 10 years, it’s mostly been banjo blues.” – The Hamilton Spectator