Entries Posted 05/2016

Homegrown Hamilton will be re-opening at 31 John st. N. on the corner of John and King William st.
Now more than ever we need your contributions to make this work. Visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/keep-homegrown-close-to-home
The new space is very close by but we are a long way from being ready to open our doors. It offers us so much potential but it is in rough shape and we have a lot of work and expenses ahead of us. 31 John st. has been vacant for almost 9 years and is a fantastic new location. We are so excited to be revitalizing a key corner of Downtown Hamilton!

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Hell Bent Rockers http://hellbentrockers.com/
Devil In the Wood Shack (Vancouver) http://devilinthewoodshack.com/
9pm
$10 / Pay What You Can

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Toronto bards Rob Allen and Barbarosa join General Sherman at Homegrow Hamlton for an evening of slick tunes, tasty beverages and all-round good times. All proceeds from the show will be going towards the Homegrown Hamlton relocation efforts, to help ensure this awesome venue remains a part of Hamilton music scene for many years to come!

Doors at 9 pm and music at 9:30
$7 at the door or PWYC

Yours in music and all else,
GS

The event is being put on in collaboration with Hamilton Hustles Harder, a local non-profit dedicated to recognizing all those who make the Hammer the glorius city that it is. Whether you are a small buisness, charitiy, artist, professor, whatever. If you give Hamilton that buzz - good on you. HHH wants to recognize that.

https://generalsherman3.bandcamp.com/releases
https://roballen.bandcamp.com/releases
https://barbarosa.bandcamp.com/

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The Drag Rats https://thedragrats.bandcamp.com/releases
Roxy & The Underground Soul Sound (Halifax) http://www.roxyandtheundergroundsoulsound.com/
The TrollBlazers https://www.reverbnation.com/thetrollblazers
$10/ Pay What You Can
8pm doors
9pm Show

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Roger Roger & Logan McKillop are heading on an Eastern Canadian tour together, and will be playing at Homegrown Hamilton on Wednesday, June 1st with local singer-singwriter Kirby! Join us for an intimate evening of storytelling and song.

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ROGER ROGER
Roger Roger is truly a family affair. Twin siblings Lucas and Madeleine Roger are both singer-songwriters who have joined forces, each playing guitar and shamelessly harmonizing all over each other’s songs. The offspring of producer/engineer/musician Lloyd Peterson (who co-produced Roger Roger’s recent debut album Fairweather), the twins have a knack for songwriting that must have something to do with growing up in a recording studio. They each bring their expansive creativity to the project and wholeheartedly embrace their differences, fusing Madeleine’s magnetic sweetness alongside Lucas’ unruly charm.

Their new album “Fairweather” has been receiving praise across the country, and reached the No. 1 spot on the National folk/roots/blues charts. It is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and all major digital services. If you like physical objects you can order a CD from their website, or better yet, you can pick up a copy at the show.

“These two harmonize together as if that is the very thing they were born to do…The show was unstoppable!”
- Canadian Beats

http://www.rogerrogermusic.com

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LOGAN MCKILLOP
Growing up on the edge of Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba, Canada, Logan McKillop has a multitude of songs for every change in the prairie sky. Being a modern day traveling troubadour, he has seen it all; from the jungles of Cambodia, the rainforests of Peru, the highlands of Scotland, to the rugged tundra of Baffin Island, Logan’s travels and experiences have shaped his ever-expanding catalogue of sound. With an eclectic blend of influences from raw folk, smooth jazz, energy fueled bluegrass to lonesome country, Logan McKillop will appeal to audiences’ young and old. With a tune for every occasion, whether it’s a whiskey soaked Saturday night or a quiet Sunday afternoon, his honesty in storytelling will leave you captivated. His debut album titled “Prairie Sky” was released in March, 2013.

“If you want to know what contemporary Canadian Prairie roots music sounds like, you couldn’t get too far off the mark by listening to this disc.”

- Barry Hammond, Penguin Eggs

http://www.loganmckillop.com

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We’re envisioning our new home and we want you to be involved. We’re doing this for our community: That’s you! Community involvement and discussion is very important for us moving forward. We will need your help to improve in the right ways. Please give us your input on what you want to see created, expanded upon and changed at Homegrown.

Write a comment on our Indiegogo Page https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/keep-homegrown-close-to-home#/ , message us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/homegrownhamilton or on Twitter https://twitter.com/HomgrownHam , send an email to (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), drop by and leave a note in our suggestion box or talk to us in person. We will share our favourite ideas from you (with your permission) on our social media!

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BOOM BAP it’s an HMA Showcase! With Homegrown Hamilton’s Prodigal Chef headlining!
8:15pm-8:45pm - Mother Tareka
7:30pm-8:00pm - Hachey the MouthPEACE
6:45pm-7:15pm - L - Spex
6:00pm-6:30pm - Good Apollo
5pm doors
$10 or Free with an HMA wristband
Brought to you in part by Spherical Productions

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BOOM BAP it’s an HMA Showcase! With Homegrown Hamilton’s Prodigal Chef headlining!
8:15pm-8:45pm - Mother Tareka
7:30pm-8:00pm - Hachey the MouthPEACE
6:45pm-7:15pm - L - Spex
6:00pm-6:30pm - Good Apollo
5pm doors
$10 or Free with an HMA wristband
Brought to you in part by Spherical Productions

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