- Event DateMay 14, 2022
- Time7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- LocationStirling Festival Theatre The, West Front Street, Stirling, ON
About Stirling Sings
The Stirling MILL is excited to announce we are holding our annual fundraising concert with the Stirling Festival Theatre Saturday May 14. Randy Stewart of Pineapple Productions is producing the event for us and has really gone all out signing up more than 24 musicians performing in support of the Stirling Musical Instrument Lending Library (MILL).
On the list are Deborah Lynn, an award winning singer/songwriter born and raised in Stirling Ontario. Her debut single rose to Number 1 on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown and was nominated for a Josie Award for best female country song.
Jefrey Danger, our local downtown Stirling Barber and singer/songwriter, performs lively songs with a goal of Keeping things familiar, fun, friendly and dangerous.
Bees Knees with Andrew Gardiner on guitar, harmonica and vocals, Ryan Coolen on stand up bass and backup vocals, and Steve Monkman on Hawaiian lap steel guitar - bringing a rootsy vibe to the floor.
Robyn Scott is a country singer with a country girl heart and has developed a strong loyal area following.
Ridley Pierce is a multi-talented 13 year-old performer involved in numerous local stage productions and trained with Second City Theatre. Ridley plays piano, guitar and ukulele, writes her own songs and puts it all together in an outstanding stage presentation.
Also performing are Doug Couture, Kindred Spirits with Lianne Snow and Gerry Burford, Candice Gunter & Ken Birney, Mason Forsey-Mackinnon, The Stirling J-Birds, Dan Clost, Casey Garlick, Andrea Rix, Adam Gibson, and Isaiah Flagler - new young talent and the more seasoned.
Ken Tizzard has emerged as an eloquent roots-based singer/songwriter and guitarist with a prolific solo career. When he puts on his cowboy hat, Tizzard can be spotted performing his original material, solo or with a band, for a loyal and growing audience in pubs, clubs and concert halls across Canada. He will be joined on stage by Music for Goats.
Randy Stewart has been performing professionally for more than 30 years - and has been seen on television, heard on radio and recorded by the CBC.
Randy will also be our host for the evening.
There will be a display of Musical Instruments in the Gene Burrell Hall during intermission and an opportunity to speak with MILL volunteers and some dignitaries too.(: Two of our founding members will be in attendance - the mayor of Stirling and his wife - Bob and Shirley Mullin and possibly others.
We hope to see you too!