Park It Son for Parkinsons matinée show will feature an opening set at 2:15 by Local fiddler Ursula Schultz with a quick 15 minute fiddle set to warm everyone up! followed by a rockin set by Arms of the Girl at 2:30pm!
Arms of the Girl is a female-fronted Ottawa band that plays bluesy-twangy rock. Known for their high-energy live show, Arms has been compared to Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow, and Serena Ryder.
After the set Arms will stick around and host an open jam where anybody can come up and perform!
I encourage music students to come out and take advantage of the opportunity to perform with a professional band.
Ever wanted at do Harmonies with Carolyn Cote?
Trade solo’s with David Cutler?
Do fills with Phil?
Jam behind the kit with solid bass player Afton!?
Sign up for the jam is at 2:15pm shortly after doors open.
*Jam is by donation to the cause. minimum 5 dollar donation. We will also have a silent auction, 50 50 draw and a few door prizes as well. Come on out and have a time!
Sunday March 4th at Live On Elgin I will be hosting a charity event for the Parkinson Society. It’s called park it son for Parkinson’s. Really excited for this! We got some amazing bands lined up!
50/50 draw, silent auction. It’s going to be a good night!
Hope to see you on March 4th!