Lavigne Tavern

 










The Tavern will be closed for the Holidays from December 24th til January 5th re-opening on Jan 6th!


January 13th, 2018. Terry Savage and the Wonky Honkees.

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Perfecting what they call "Roadhouse Trucker Slop Country", this 5 piece honky-tonk band hailing from Orillia, ON, CA, is sure to keep floors filled from the first note. Coming together over a passion for keeping country music raw and true to its roots but at the same time adding an energetic kick that has been winning over all audiences from folkies to metal heads and punkers.


January 20th, 2018.  The Josh Dimmel Band. 

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Josh Dimmel is a native of North Bay, Ontario, in his second decade of music. With early beginnings in several bands, he is now moving onto his own solo work. He does almost all of his own recordings, videos and promotion, he is the true meaning of what I would call an indie musician.


January 27th, 2018.  The Mayhemmingways.

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Mayhemingways are an eclectic and full-sounding duo from the musical hotbed of Peterborough, Ontario. They describe their sound as fuzz-folk with bluegrass, Cajun, and Celtic influences. Lead singer Benj Rowland plays accordion, banjo, guitar and tenor guitar while holding down the bass with foot pedals. Josh Fewings plays drums, percussion and adds back-up vocals.

In 2017 they completed a cross-Canada tour with Joel Plaskett and his father Bill, as their opening act and backing band. Including stops at The National Arts Centre in Ottawa and the famed Massey Hall in Toronto. Later this year they will once again tour their country and will also head to Europe for the first time in October and November.

February 2nd, 2018.  Duncan Ross Cameron.

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Duncan Cameron is a Celtic singer and multi-instrumentalist currently living in Sudbury, Ontario.

His late father Stewart Cameron’s mastery of Scottish ballads was his first inspiration, and in his teens, Duncan started singing with his family. At folk festivals The Cameron Family performed not only music and storytelling, but also traditional mummers' plays.

He chose the fiddle as his first instrument, but now also plays mandolin, guitar, Irish bouzouki, tin whistle, harmonica, bodhrán and English concertina. Traditional Irish, English and French-Canadian groups have contributed much of Duncan's repertoire, but classical, country, and other popular styles of music have also added to his creative approach.

February 3rd, 2018.  The Fyfes.

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Tommy & Stephanie Fyfe are back to belt out old standards and plenty of new tunes as well.