Kemptville Street Piano Jam with Bradley Smith

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by Lisa Poushinsky

June is here, and how sweet it is to start the music this summer with a jam at the Kemptville Street Piano. Love to play music? When the library is a rockin’, don’t bother knocking. Bradley Smith is back for year three to host the first jam of the season. Whether you’re a new performer, or a pro looking for a place to make music on a Saturday afternoon, this open mic’s for you. Come to listen and to play, all levels/genres/instruments welcome. NEW THIS YEAR is an earlier start time – see you at 1pm!

Bradley Smith, host with the most, will entertain you with his favourite tunes between acts. No stranger to the stage, Bradley has been playing piano, singing, and running jams and open mics for over 50 years. When not performing solo, Bradley plays Southern Rock, 80’s Rock, and Country music with several bands.

What? The Kemptville Street Piano Concert Series presents
Who? Street Piano Jam with Bradley Smith
When? Saturday June 8, 1pm. Also July 6 and August 3.
Where? North Grenville Public Library terrace
How much? Free! (Cash donations welcome, or see the featured section on our FB page for the link to our GoFundMe campaign.)

Learn more about Bradley Smith at www.suckerforaballad.com

What is a Street Piano? It’s a piano placed in a public area that encourages passersby to stop and play.

Why a Street Piano? Who is it for? Street Pianos draw pedestrians, turning any location into a concert venue / cultural hub. By giving residents an instrument to play together, this project encourages locals to share their knowledge, initiate their own ‘play’, and create relationships, setting a precedent for positive experiences in Kemptville’s public spaces and inviting foot traffic to downtown businesses. Learn more about street pianos at www.streetpianos.com.

When and where are the concerts taking place? This year, the concert series takes place, rain or shine, on Saturday afternoons at 1pm from June to the end of August on the North Grenville Public Library terrace. The library is wheelchair accessible, with air-conditioned bathrooms and free parking. Need special accommodations to enjoy the show? Contact Lisa Poushinsky at kemptville.street.piano@gmail.com. Dogs on leashes welcome!

,The series is graciously funded by the Municipality of North Grenville and the Government of Canada. Check the Kemptville Street Piano Facebook page for regular updates on all things Street Piano, including concert details and access to the Street Piano calendar. www.facebook.com/KemptvilleStreetPiano.

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