Information about our 2018 event
If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.What started out as a good time sharing music with friends in Beeb’z Breezeway and has now taken over his garage and entire driveway. The Show has become well known in the community as well as Worldwide. Their Weekly Show every Tuesday Evening at 7pm has become a hit with local musicians and music lovers in Canada, United States and around the world. Thousands of people tune in to listen to local music entertainers, bands, legends and to see just what Franny, Beebz and Fred might have up their sleeve. No doubt about it though, you are guaranteed to see amazing entertainment from local favorites to those you may have never heard before. To see Franny & Beeb'z on facebook click here
Freddy Vette & His Rhinestones Plowboys, keeping traditional country music alive, one hit at a time! Directly from the era of the greatest country music of all time, out step Freddy Vette & His Rhinestone Plowboys!
Freddy Vette, usually rocking and rolling, has returned to his roots with a new 5 piece band. Back to the music he first started playing 30 years ago. The music of Hank Williams, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and more! Traditional Country Music, crying steel guitar, heartbreak harmonies, Rhinestone suits, just as nature intended. To hear some of Freddy Vette and Rhinestone Plowboys click here
David Byrski’s love of music began early in life and has continued to grow while playing a variety of instruments in a number of country, rock, blues and jazz bands. He claims that Mark Chestnutt has been a major influence in shaping his country voice. To hear some of David click here
Entertaining since the age of fifteen, Mitch Barker has been doing his part to keep the sound of Traditional Country Music alive. At fourteen he started playing guitar and learning the songs of the Legends such as Jim Reeves, Ray Price, and his favourite The Queen Of Country Music Kitty Wells. To hear some of Mitch click here
‘I was born and raised in Marmora and am the 7th out of 9 children. I am now married with 2 children, my daughter plays the violin. I’ve spent a lot of weekends around the campfire or in the kitchen playing and singing many times with my father and brother who play the guitar.
I have been entertaining for 28 years playing music at churches, nursing homes, fundraisers, legions, Lions Clubs, private parties and have participated in several local jamborees from Kingston to Lindsay.
Norma Jeanne and Greg are an acoustic duo and song writing team. Their repertoire is influenced by numerous genres including: rock, blues, R&B, folk and country. They’ve released one album and are in the process of recording their second. Norma Jeanne brings a ton of live experience to the duo as she toured North America extensively for ten years with various rock bands including; Barracuda (a Heart & Pink Floyd tribute band).
Greg spent much of his adult life in recording studios as a writer, musician, recording engineer and producer. He played bass in the Ontario based funk/rock band Dizzy Newton who released two albums and toured in 2005 and 2007. To hear some of Norma Jeanne & Greg click here
The Rodgers Boys are a father and son duo out of Belleville/Madoc . Starting out just playing around campfires and social gatherings Jimmy and Randy Sr. started branching out to live performances at many bars and other establishments within the last couple years. Now they play anywhere and everywhere and usually with any genre of music. Randy Rodgers Sr. has been a musician for over 45 years, getting his first guitar at 13. Jimmy has been playing for over 15 years and most recently won Marmora’s Got Talent in 2018. The father and son dynamic between these two is what makes their show that much better. One always seems to know what the other is doing.
If you would like to hear some of Randy and Jimmy click here
"I was born and raised just east of Orillia ON. Music is in my family, Mom played piano, one brother played guitar and another played drums. We formed a band in the late 70's. I began playing when I was 12 and have, over the years, played in numerous bands."
"We are 4 local musicians who jam together weekly and like to entertain at retirement homes and seniors apartment buildings. Homi, Glen, Terry and Gord...we have titled ourselves Gord and friends"
To hear some of Gord & Friends click here
Zac's love of traditional country music began in his teen years. He learned to play guitar along with his Dad who played old time fiddle and country music.
Zac continues to play country tunes with family and friends at jam sessions, open mic and campfire picking parties.
Terry enjoys listening to all genre's of music, but mainly plays new country and classic country. He began playing guitar late in life and enjoys camp fire picking. Terry's summers are spent travelling with friends and family to various music jamborees, where a favorite pastime is jamming around the trailers. With limited experience behind the mike and in front of a crowd, he is looking forward to playing at Crowe Valley Jamboree.
"I was born and raised in Marmora, ON and moved to Frankford, ON when I was 18. I learned to play guitar when I was 13 and I have always had a love for music. It has been a while since I have entertained at jamborees but I continue to keep classic country music alive at the open mic, kitchen parties and camp fires."
Hungerford Station is a versatile, high energy band, local to the Quinte area. We play everything from country to classic rock. We've been around a long time, formerly as South of Seven Hightest. A big venue or small, we can do it all!! To hear some of Hungerford Station click here
Dave Bush is a one man act that is sure to put a smile on your face. His wacky outlook at life's struggles provides inspiration to his songs and performances. The cost of raising kids, menopause and even lazy teenagers all come together in songs that everyone can relate to and laugh at. Song titles include "Four Kids For Sale or Rent", " Dear Sweet Jesus I Want To Go To Jail " and the always popular "I Went Home With The Old Town Hussie". It's part stand up comedy and part singing but it's all good fun. A local lad from Stirling, Ontario who has thousands of Facebook followers from all around the world. To hear some of Dave click here
To learn more about John Lester click here
Born in Picton. Lives in Trenton.
I started my music career doing some of the old rock & roll songs from the late fifties and early sixties and still like to throw them in whenever I get the chance. Gradually I switched over to Country which has always been my favorite type of music My music influences through the years have been mostly country with George Strait, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard and Terry Sumsion just to name a few. I also started playing the Bass Guitar and enjoy it very much. This year my first C.D. called “It’s About Time” was released which features songs that have been popular at the venues I have played and frequently requested by many of my fans. It also includes “Our Lovin Place” which has become my signature song.
To hear some of John click here
Due to unforeseen circumstances DJ Rowatt will not be at the Crowe Valley Jamboree.
Due to unforeseen circumstances Missy Knott will not be at the Crowe Valley Jamboree.
Scotty Gartshore was born and raised in Minden Ontario and grew up in a home filled with Country Music.
Music went on the back burner for a while as he raised his family, but in 2010 he got back to singing and writing the music he so dearly loves. To hear some of Scotty click here
Ginny is well established in the Country Music Genere. She grew up in rural Ontario working in the fields, married in her early 20’s she devoted her time as loving wife & mom and working in health care. As a hobby Ginny often wrote poetry as a way of expressing her thoughts & feelings. When her husband Jim bought her a guitar, music became the bond in which the whole family could be involved in. Ginny calls Coburg home. To hear some of Ginny click here
Ken Seaboyer, Shannon Seaboyer, Kenneth Seaboyer, Ashley Seaboyer Kevin Hornsby, Glenn Smith
From Havelock Ontario, Canada
To get a taste of their music click here
I came from the Village of Halloway just east of Stirling. Started playing at age 13 and singing at 14. First appeared on the Trent Valley Jamboree that was in Stirling when I was 14. Played some at house parties and played for a while in a band in my late teens and early twenties. Started a family and gave up playing for a long time. Only did a few small gigs. About 2 ½ years ago started doing open mic at various venues and was featured on the Apple country Jamboree last August and totally loved it so decided to try some more this season.
A singer/songwriter inspired by life events, more recently since becoming a father. Kyle's been writing songs since high school where he began to learn the guitar. His songs are more in the folk music genre with an east coast flair. To hear Kyle click here
Born and raised near Bancroft area, growing up on the old country classics, I would sit and listen for hours when family and friends came for a jam. Now my dreams have come true to be playing and singing good old country music.
To hear some of Penny click here
I was born in the small town of Whitney ON, oldest child of 7. I was raised on
classic country music and still believe my mom (Thelda Mitton) is Loretta
Lynn... LOL... I have always loved to sing and finally at the ripe age of 50
learned to play guitar, and life couldn't get any better. I enjoy playing and
listening to fellow musicians and continue to learn new things every day. I am the proud mother to 4 wonderful kids and 3 step children, who together have made me a grandmother to 13. All these kiddies keep me young at heart!
To hear some of Diane click here
Playing bluegrass music.. "with an edge" as we say... Jimbob on bass is the original founder of the band, which formed in 2008, followed by Ginny on vocals in 2009. A few faces have changed over the years and our current band mates are.. John Partridge on banjo, Marc Roy on lead and Roly Barlow on mandolin...all band members join in on vocals. SweetGrass received the Central Canadian Bluegrass Awards .. Most Promising Band Award in 2014. Bluegrass has recognized Ginny's beautiful voice and she has been nominated 3 times as Female Vocalist by the CCBA.To hear some of the Sweet Grass Band click here