Gracenotes Hamilton and Graceworks Baptist Church present:
“A Graceworks Christmas”
December 20, 2019 at 8 p.m.
The Pearl Company, 16 Steven Street, Hamilton
Free admission, pay what you can. All proceeds will go to Hamilton Foodshare.
Hamilton Remembers Tom Petty. The local music scene unites to pay tribute on SAT NOV 11th. Hosted by Christopher Clause.
Admission $10 minimum donation to Gracenotes Hamilton ( https://
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1883355555015720/
If you would like to participate in any way, email Christopher at email@example.com
**show will be all-ages so you parents out there who would like to educate your kids on the talent of Tom Petty, you can**
Celebrating the life of one of Hamilton’s most celebrated music fans, “PEACE AND LOVE” pays a musical tribute to the life of our friend Gary DePodesta.
This is not a memorial service per se but a concert celebrating all of the music that Gary loved. It is open to all fans of Hamilton music.
Friday, October 6 at 8 PM – 11 PM
The lineup for the evening is as follows (subject to change without notice):
Sonny Del Rio (with Dan Thomas on guitar and Catherine Goodrick on vocals)
The Barr Band
The Kings of Marigold (Christopher Clause, Michael Scott, Peter Taplay)
There will be original music, the blues and of course some Beatles to enjoy. An all ages show
Cost: Pay as you can. All monies raised will pay for the rental of the venue as well as to Gracenotes (which helps fund local music projects in Hamilton).
The Pearl Company
16 Steven St. Hamilton, Ontario, ON L8L 5N3
Hosted by Christopher Clause and featuring the best in Hamilton artists, FOR GEORGE 2017 is a musical celebration of the life and music of George Harrison, as well as sharing original music inspired by George.
All proceeds raised from the show will go towards GRACENOTES HAMILTON and Debbie Clause Recording Fund, which will help raise funds for local independent music projects in Hamilton.
Door Cover: $20 suggested; Pay As You Can
Chrys and Momo
Tickets available here: https://
“A RIDE IN THE SKY” is a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the WINGS OVER AMERICA album and tour. Organized by Christopher Clause, proceeds from the two shows will benefit Gracenotes and the Debbie Clause Recording Fund.
The evening will consist of a live recreation of the WINGS OVER AMERICA album by the best talent in the local Hamilton music scene. Sides 1 to 3 will be performed, followed by an intermission, and then Sides 4 – 6 will be performed. The songs will not change from night to night but the guest artists will be slightly different. Music and merchandise of the guest artists may be purchased during the intermission (they make great Christmas gifts!)
The two shows will happen on:
Friday December 9 – 8 p.m.
Saturday December 10 – 8 p.m.
The Pearl Company, Hamilton ON
ALL AGES SHOW
Ticket: $20 per night (Friday or Saturday night)
A FULL RIDE PASS may be purchased for BOTH nights for $30
The shows will feature the following artists (in alphabetical order) (note: lineup is subject to change):
The Barr Band
Sonny del Rio
Tickets available here: https://
Here is the event poster for your personal use. A PDF version is linked at the bottom of the page. Feel free to distribute to advertise the show!
Excited to announce the Toronto CD release party of THE WORD IS LOVE, a 50th anniversary celebration of The Beatles’ iconic “Rubber Soul” album at the legendary Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto. The show will feature some of the artists on the CD as well other local Hamilton musicians:
The Kings of Marigold (Chris Jamieson, Michael Scott, Peter Taplay, Bec Jamieson and Miles Evans)
Amy King and Chris White
Bob Bryden (JUST ADDED!)
The Barr Band
Jennifer Beehler (JUST ADDED!)
Hard Rock Café, 279 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
Sunday April 24th, 2016 at 4pm
This event is in support of the Debbie Clause Recording Fund and will be hosted by Christopher Clause on Sunday February 7, 2016, starting at 7pm.
Venue: The Pearl Company ,16 Steven St., Hamilton, Ontario
Admission and CD: $20
Thanks to our friends at the Pearl, tickets are on sale NOW online through ticketscene: https://www.ticketscene.ca/events/14801/
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”. Funny how the most beautiful things come from a change in plans. There were two shows planned to celebrate the music of the Beatles circa 1965 but due to circumstances beyond our control we had to cancel them. Then the idea: instead of doing two shows, why not do an album to celebrate a key Beatles album? Our friends at Grant Avenue Studio graciously donated studio time for the project with Amy King behind the console. We recorded the album in two days plus one quick afternoon session in December, mixed in my home studio and then currently are in the midst of quickly getting the record together for manufacture. Our friends at the Pearl Company are hosting this early show to celebrate the release of the record on Sunday February 7 (the 52nd anniversary of the Fabs landing in New York for the first time) and all proceeds raised will go towards Gracenotes and the Debbie Clause Recording Fund (which helps fund local music recording projects in the city).Our special guests for the evening will include:
The Redhill Valleys
Jen Budd (grand prize winner of the 2015 Debbie Clause Recording Fund)
KIM KOREN and Frank Koren (Frank was a winner of the 2015 DCRF)
Matthew de Zoete
Alfonso Spoto (of the Acoustics)
Logo design for THE WORD IS LOVE by Kristie Ryder Costello (Bon Mot Prints)
The album and artist tracklisting for “The Word is Love”:
Drive My Car – Melissa Bel
Norwegian Wood – Tommy Gunn
You Won’t See Me – The Barr Band
Nowhere Man – Kim and Frank Koren
Think For Yourself – Chris Jamieson and the Kings of Marigold
The Word – Christopher Clause
Michelle – Gary Santucci, Amy King and Chris White
I’ve Just Seen a Face – Lena Montecalvo
It’s Only Love – Sharon Washington
What Goes On – The Redhill Valleys
Girl – Andy Griffiths and Alfonso Spoto
I’m Looking Through You – Steve Parton
In My Life – Melissa Marchese
Wait – Matthew de zoete
If I Needed Someone – Fred Magie
Run For Your Life – Bec Jamieson
A big THANK YOU to everyone who attended the show last night!
I am pleased to announce that FRANK KOREN and JOSH LAMOTHE have $1,000 to go towards their current musical project and JEN BUDD has received the Big Kahuna – $4,000 – to complete her project. You will hear more about this fund in the weeks and months to come. We will be reviewing and developing criteria for the 2016 Fund and hopefully integrate it with the HMA events next year (IF they decide to hold it around Debbie’s birthday again). Visit www.gracenoteshamilton.com in August for more information.