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My eldest son Alex likes to think that his first concert is Arkells (
Then Charlemagne)
Located in Casbah, downtown Hamilton, the dusty city and the Tokyo Police Club, about 2006 kilometers away, opened.
But I know better.
His first performance was in a crowded theater in New Westminster about 10 years ago. C.
Fred Penner, of course.
I will never forget.
This place is going crazy.
Parents struggled to contain the frenzy.
But when the giant inflatable cat suddenly caught attention on the stage behind Fred, it did not flinch. Alex —
Four years old then-
Rushed to power.
He stood in awe, staring at Fred for the rest of the show, singing every word . . . . . . \"The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . A new music fan was born.
Soon after, the unforgettable 1997 concert, Fred lost the month the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation program had run, and more than 900 episodes were broadcast to the audience estimated at 55 million Fredheads North America.
Fred never climbed out of the TV.
But his song continues.
If you don\'t sing \"I love sandwiches and I eat them all the time\", you can\'t put peanut butter on a piece of bread.
Cats will always come back.
Two years ago, at the juanos hotel in Winnipeg, I noticed something really amazing.
Fred Penner suddenly became cool . . . . . . More cool than 60 years old . . . . . .
This guy is with the hipsters.
There he was on Juno\'s stage.
With Luke Duce (of Whitehorse)
And the Landry brothers.
Every musician in that club seemed honored to be in front of Fred.
In 2015, when the Junos came to Hamilton, Fred was awarded the coveted position in the circle of songwriters, and Hamilton was the lead singer of mother and the big wreck, Ian ·
He was subsequently appointed to host the ultimate hipster festival in Canada
The Polaris Music Award at The Carlu theater in Toronto, he squeezed out a sacred F * song on ukulele.
This weekend, he will be performing on stage with Jimmy Rankin, Dan Hill, Pavlow, Ashley mcsark and quart as the first annual art extravaganza
Located in the center of ca.
All this raises a question.
How did Fred Penner get so cool?
Let\'s call him and ask.
\"I \'ve always been cool and it took some time for others to figure it out,\" Penner laughed at his home in Winnipeg . \".
Then he will become more philosophical.
\"I think a large part of it is the Fredi head generation in their 20 s and 30 s, who grew up with music as much as your son,\" Penner continued . \".
\"I have always believed that the value and power of music will make a difference.
With this generation having their own children and taking their own steps, they will inevitably return to their childhood and think about what impact they have received, what impact they want to pass on to their offspring.
\"So they\'re back now, reconnect and realize that I\'m more than just a nostalgia.
Penner admits that in the years after his TV show was canceled in 1997, he was relaxed.
The CBC did not even replay.
But something strange happened about seven years ago.
He began to receive an email from the University.
Ask him how he is, what he is doing.
He turned those funny expressions into a show at the university bar.
The children of the university like it very much.
Together they sang all the songs they watched Fred learn in their 90 s.
\". . . The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . \" Penner called his agent and suggested that he try to get him to the university tour.
Students from all over the country are a bit. A cross-
A rural campus tour was born.
Then another.
\"When I was playing at the campus bar, the energy was so amazing,\" he said . \"
\"In a way, it\'s almost like a primitive therapy that is linked to the beautiful inner spirit.
This is a great eq.
Everyone\'s body is in a comfortable position and they enjoy the music very much.
\"Interestingly, his behavior has not changed so much.
About 12 years ago, the giant inflatable cat was stolen from his van.
He may add a few songs he likes in his 70 s.
Maybe Stevens hit the cat.
There are also toddlers in the audience.
After all, his old fans now take their children with them.
So he\'s going to sing hot songs.
\". . . I like sandwiches. I have been eating them all the time . . . . . . \" You\'ll be surprised to find out how many old Freddie Head grew up, not just music lovers like my son Alex, but real musicians.
They all seem to like Fred.
In fact, they are playing with Fred with a new record he hopes to release by Waterdown in early 2017
Leonard Entertainment (
A girl label for real North Records).
The album \"I heard the music\" will include all the new Penner songs and will be composed of some-
List of Canadian musicians including Ron secksmith and Affie yulwanin (Bahamas)
Hello Terra Lightfoot, bus ya Bulat, Xu Jia Cuba
They all think Fred Penner is cool.
My son, Alex, will.
He\'s 23 now and I\'m going to ask him to come with me to Watertown on Saturday (3:20 p. m.
On ArtsFest.
Ca Gallery stage).
If he wants to get on stage again, that\'s it. • Artsfest.
Ca is held on Saturday and Sunday at the historic Watertown Center, where traffic is prohibited on major streets and Franklin streets.
The main gallery stage will be set in Griffin and Franklin, and the second stage will feature dance, music, theater performances and storytelling.
The festival will also feature family zones, street performers, artisan vendors, concession areas and interactive art exhibitions.
Graham Nash was booked earlier for an artist speech at the real North Gallery as part of ArtsFest.
But former members of Crosby, Stiles and Nash were forced to cancel because of scheduling conflicts.
Holiday organizer Jeff coolawick of Waterdown
The gallery hopes to reschedule Nash\'s performance in 2017, according to real North Records.
Grockingham @ thespec. com 905-526-
3331 | @ rockatthespecs eldest son Alex likes to think that his first concert is Arkells (
Then Charlemagne)
Located in Casbah, downtown Hamilton, the dusty city and the Tokyo Police Club, about 2006 kilometers away, opened.
But I know better.
His first performance was in a crowded theater in New Westminster about 10 years ago. C.
Fred Penner, of course.
I will never forget.
This place is going crazy.
Parents struggled to contain the frenzy.
But when the giant inflatable cat suddenly caught attention on the stage behind Fred, it did not flinch. Alex —
Four years old then-
Rushed to power.
He stood in awe, staring at Fred for the rest of the show, singing every word . . . . . . \"The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . A new music fan was born.
Soon after, the unforgettable 1997 concert, Fred lost the month the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation program had run, and more than 900 episodes were broadcast to the audience estimated at 55 million Fredheads North America.
Fred never climbed out of the TV.
But his song continues.
If you don\'t sing \"I love sandwiches and I eat them all the time\", you can\'t put peanut butter on a piece of bread.
Cats will always come back.
Two years ago, at the juanos hotel in Winnipeg, I noticed something really amazing.
Fred Penner suddenly became cool . . . . . . More cool than 60 years old . . . . . .
This guy is with the hipsters.
There he was on Juno\'s stage.
With Luke Duce (of Whitehorse)
And the Landry brothers.
Every musician in that club seemed honored to be in front of Fred.
In 2015, when the Junos came to Hamilton, Fred was awarded the coveted position in the circle of songwriters, and Hamilton was the lead singer of mother and the big wreck, Ian ·
He was subsequently appointed to host the ultimate hipster festival in Canada
The Polaris Music Award at The Carlu theater in Toronto, he squeezed out a sacred F * song on ukulele.
This weekend, he will be performing on stage with Jimmy Rankin, Dan Hill, Pavlow, Ashley mcsark and quart as the first annual art extravaganza
Located in the center of ca.
All this raises a question.
How did Fred Penner get so cool?
Let\'s call him and ask.
\"I \'ve always been cool and it took some time for others to figure it out,\" Penner laughed at his home in Winnipeg . \".
Then he will become more philosophical.
\"I think a large part of it is the Fredi head generation in their 20 s and 30 s, who grew up with music as much as your son,\" Penner continued . \".
\"I have always believed that the value and power of music will make a difference.
With this generation having their own children and taking their own steps, they will inevitably return to their childhood and think about what impact they have received, what impact they want to pass on to their offspring.
\"So they\'re back now, reconnect and realize that I\'m more than just a nostalgia.
Penner admits that in the years after his TV show was canceled in 1997, he was relaxed.
The CBC did not even replay.
But something strange happened about seven years ago.
He began to receive an email from the University.
Ask him how he is, what he is doing.
He turned those funny expressions into a show at the university bar.
The children of the university like it very much.
Together they sang all the songs they watched Fred learn in their 90 s.
\". . . The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . \" Penner called his agent and suggested that he try to get him to the university tour.
Students from all over the country are a bit. A cross-
A rural campus tour was born.
Then another.
\"When I was playing at the campus bar, the energy was so amazing,\" he said . \"
\"In a way, it\'s almost like a primitive therapy that is linked to the beautiful inner spirit.
This is a great eq.
Everyone\'s body is in a comfortable position and they enjoy the music very much.
\"Interestingly, his behavior has not changed so much.
About 12 years ago, the giant inflatable cat was stolen from his van.
He may add a few songs he likes in his 70 s.
Maybe Stevens hit the cat.
There are also toddlers in the audience.
After all, his old fans now take their children with them.
So he\'s going to sing hot songs.
\". . . I like sandwiches. I have been eating them all the time . . . . . . \" You\'ll be surprised to find out how many old Freddie Head grew up, not just music lovers like my son Alex, but real musicians.
They all seem to like Fred.
In fact, they are playing with Fred with a new record he hopes to release by Waterdown in early 2017
Leonard Entertainment (
A girl label for real North Records).
The album \"I heard the music\" will include all the new Penner songs and will be composed of some-
List of Canadian musicians including Ron secksmith and Affie yulwanin (Bahamas)
Hello Terra Lightfoot, bus ya Bulat, Xu Jia Cuba
They all think Fred Penner is cool.
My son, Alex, will.
He\'s 23 now and I\'m going to ask him to come with me to Watertown on Saturday (3:20 p. m.
On ArtsFest.
Ca Gallery stage).
If he wants to get on stage again, that\'s it. • Artsfest.
Ca is held on Saturday and Sunday at the historic Watertown Center, where traffic is prohibited on major streets and Franklin streets.
The main gallery stage will be set in Griffin and Franklin, and the second stage will feature dance, music, theater performances and storytelling.
The festival will also feature family zones, street performers, artisan vendors, concession areas and interactive art exhibitions.
Graham Nash was booked earlier for an artist speech at the real North Gallery as part of ArtsFest.
But former members of Crosby, Stiles and Nash were forced to cancel because of scheduling conflicts.
Holiday organizer Jeff coolawick of Waterdown
The gallery hopes to reschedule Nash\'s performance in 2017, according to real North Records.
Grockingham @ thespec. com 905-526-
3331 | @ rockatthespecs eldest son Alex likes to think that his first concert is Arkells (
Then Charlemagne)
Located in Casbah, downtown Hamilton, the dusty city and the Tokyo Police Club, about 2006 kilometers away, opened.
But I know better.
His first performance was in a crowded theater in New Westminster about 10 years ago. C.
Fred Penner, of course.
I will never forget.
This place is going crazy.
Parents struggled to contain the frenzy.
But when the giant inflatable cat suddenly caught attention on the stage behind Fred, it did not flinch. Alex —
Four years old then-
Rushed to power.
He stood in awe, staring at Fred for the rest of the show, singing every word . . . . . . \"The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . A new music fan was born.
Soon after, the unforgettable 1997 concert, Fred lost the month the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation program had run, and more than 900 episodes were broadcast to the audience estimated at 55 million Fredheads North America.
Fred never climbed out of the TV.
But his song continues.
If you don\'t sing \"I love sandwiches and I eat them all the time\", you can\'t put peanut butter on a piece of bread.
Cats will always come back.
Two years ago, at the juanos hotel in Winnipeg, I noticed something really amazing.
Fred Penner suddenly became cool . . . . . . More cool than 60 years old . . . . . .
This guy is with the hipsters.
There he was on Juno\'s stage.
With Luke Duce (of Whitehorse)
And the Landry brothers.
Every musician in that club seemed honored to be in front of Fred.
In 2015, when the Junos came to Hamilton, Fred was awarded the coveted position in the circle of songwriters, and Hamilton was the lead singer of mother and the big wreck, Ian ·
He was subsequently appointed to host the ultimate hipster festival in Canada
The Polaris Music Award at The Carlu theater in Toronto, he squeezed out a sacred F * song on ukulele.
This weekend, he will be performing on stage with Jimmy Rankin, Dan Hill, Pavlow, Ashley mcsark and quart as the first annual art extravaganza
Located in the center of ca.
All this raises a question.
How did Fred Penner get so cool?
Let\'s call him and ask.
\"I \'ve always been cool and it took some time for others to figure it out,\" Penner laughed at his home in Winnipeg . \".
Then he will become more philosophical.
\"I think a large part of it is the Fredi head generation in their 20 s and 30 s, who grew up with music as much as your son,\" Penner continued . \".
\"I have always believed that the value and power of music will make a difference.
With this generation having their own children and taking their own steps, they will inevitably return to their childhood and think about what impact they have received, what impact they want to pass on to their offspring.
\"So they\'re back now, reconnect and realize that I\'m more than just a nostalgia.
Penner admits that in the years after his TV show was canceled in 1997, he was relaxed.
The CBC did not even replay.
But something strange happened about seven years ago.
He began to receive an email from the University.
Ask him how he is, what he is doing.
He turned those funny expressions into a show at the university bar.
The children of the university like it very much.
Together they sang all the songs they watched Fred learn in their 90 s.
\". . . The second Tmall came back and they thought he was dead . . . . . . \" Penner called his agent and suggested that he try to get him to the university tour.
Students from all over the country are a bit. A cross-
A rural campus tour was born.
Then another.
\"When I was playing at the campus bar, the energy was so amazing,\" he said . \"
\"In a way, it\'s almost like a primitive therapy that is linked to the beautiful inner spirit.
This is a great eq.
Everyone\'s body is in a comfortable position and they enjoy the music very much.
\"Interestingly, his behavior has not changed so much.
About 12 years ago, the giant inflatable cat was stolen from his van.
He may add a few songs he likes in his 70 s.
Maybe Stevens hit the cat.
There are also toddlers in the audience.
After all, his old fans now take their children with them.
So he\'s going to sing hot songs.
\". . . I like sandwiches. I have been eating them all the time . . . . . . \" You\'ll be surprised to find out how many old Freddie Head grew up, not just music lovers like my son Alex, but real musicians.
They all seem to like Fred.
In fact, they are playing with Fred with a new record he hopes to release by Waterdown in early 2017
Leonard Entertainment (
A girl label for real North Records).
The album \"I heard the music\" will include all the new Penner songs and will be composed of some-
List of Canadian musicians including Ron secksmith and Affie yulwanin (Bahamas)
Hello Terra Lightfoot, bus ya Bulat, Xu Jia Cuba
They all think Fred Penner is cool.
My son, Alex, will.
He\'s 23 now and I\'m going to ask him to come with me to Watertown on Saturday (3:20 p. m.
On ArtsFest.
Ca Gallery stage).
If he wants to get on stage again, that\'s it. • Artsfest.
Ca is held on Saturday and Sunday at the historic Watertown Center, where traffic is prohibited on major streets and Franklin streets.
The main gallery stage will be set in Griffin and Franklin, and the second stage will feature dance, music, theater performances and storytelling.
The festival will also feature family zones, street performers, artisan vendors, concession areas and interactive art exhibitions.
Graham Nash was booked earlier for an artist speech at the real North Gallery as part of ArtsFest.
But former members of Crosby, Stiles and Nash were forced to cancel because of scheduling conflicts.
Holiday organizer Jeff coolawick of Waterdown
The gallery hopes to reschedule Nash\'s performance in 2017, according to real North Records.
Grockingham @ thespec. com 905-526-
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