Public shows – Aug. 26 – Aug. 28

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Public shows – Aug. 26 – Aug. 28

Gear shifting – craft breweries to wineries.

It’s nice to be getting back to a little live music.

I performed at a private event last weekend in Hay Lake (Bancroft, ON). It was a big show, certainly not in size, but it spanned the entire depth of the archives. It was a great way to get back into things.

I’ll be delving back into a couple of public performances next week—and I certainly owe a nod to last weekend’s event for the preparation. On Wednesday August 26, 2020 I’ll be at the Publican House (Peterborough, ON) for a singer/songwriter show. This will lean heavily towards original, more creative material, as per the unique brewery at which the evening is being hosted.

On Friday August 28, 2020, I’ll be up at Holland Marsh Wineries (Newmarket, ON). They are launching three new wines, so it’ll be an exciting afternoon. In stark contrast to Wednesday’s show, this event will feature more subdued instrumental material. Different shades and hues.

Full details below.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

Jake Dudas

08.26.20 – The Publican House – Public show.

Date: Wednesday August 26, 2020
Venue: The Publican House
Location: Peterborough, ON
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

08.28.20 – Holland Marsh Wineries – Public show.

Date: Friday August 28, 2020
Venue: Holland Marsh Wineries
Location: Newmarket, ON
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Jake Dudas is a singer/songwriter and instrumental guitarist based out of Toronto and Peterborough, ON. Performing for both featured shows and special events, his work spans a huge range. The focus is squarely on contrast, creativity and craftsmanship—whether it’s weaving through familiar fare such as the Tragically Hip, Johnny Cash and Neil Young; to more modern selections such as James Bay and Maroon 5. He has numerous original releases to his credit, and has performed at some of the top venues in Canada. Career highlights also include a private performance for British Royalty in Muskoka.

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