Ever been to a house concert, i.e. where a professional musician plays acoustically right in someone’s living room? Recently I had the pleasure of playing for some friends at their home; they’d put on an amazing meal, and I thought it would be fun to get out the guitar and jam. It was just amazingly … Continued
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Open House for Trinity Lodge – in memory of my old buddy Zeke, who used to live there.
Jacquie is doing a musical opening for her buddies at the FunnyFest as raise money to assist in the Wildfires. Tickets are $25 at door, or $20 in advance. FEATURES: • 4 Great Comedians … Continued
As part of FunnyFest, Jacquie Drew will provide a totally acoustic set in the intimate venue, starting around 9Pm, and the Comedy starts at 10:00pm. See 6 fantastic, top-notch comedians!
This spring, I took a 7-week course in how to do Stand-up Comedy. I learned a ton about writing comedy, and performed in comedy competition for their various students, held at the Dog & Duck on April 21. I placed third – not too bad! The Executive Director, Stuart Hughes is a great guy doing … Continued
Jacquie will be opening (musically, but with a little comedy injected) the “Festival Favourites” June 8 show for FunnyFest – as she recently took the StandUp Comedy course. As Tenato is helping to promote the … Continued
Stampede Backyard Party – YaHoo!
Jacquie will be performing tunes to celebrate Mothers’ Day at the Carewest Colonel Belcher. Look forward to a wonderful show about motherhood, along with a selection of her own mother’s favourite tunes!
Jacquie performs for a hearty Stampede Breakfast and shin-dig at Treeco Canada.
Jacquie is back to play the big company picnic for First Service Residential this year… YA HOO
If you’re a musician or learning, come on down to enjoy an acoustic jam with Jacquie and friends. All acoustic, casual and just plain fun.
Whew, I am soo GRATEFUL for some excellent physio and “lymph balancing” (go see Fiona at Lymph Balance in Avenida if you have a pain issue!) healing from fantastic local practitioners. I’d been having issues with a frozen shoulder since November, not related to violin. It didn’t stop my guitar or piano playing, but definitely … Continued