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Yoga & Music in the Catskill Mtns…

This Long Weekend… Ken is at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch in Woodbourne, NY. Independence Day and All Levels Yoga Weekend with Ken Whiteley, Prahlad,Srinivasan, Shyam & Mohini. Spend your holiday weekend in the beautiful Catskill Mountains enjoying the practices of Yoga and sacred music with us! The daily schedule will include all levels Yoga workshops on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, with senior yoga teachers Prahlad, Shyam and Mohini. Ken will give concerts on Sunday and Monday nights plus music and sound workshops onSaturday to Monday starting at 12noon.

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Music & Yoga in the Catskill Mountains…

Next up… June 30th to July 5th at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch in Woodbourne, NY. Independence Day and All Levels Yoga Weekend with Ken Whiteley, Prahlad,Srinivasan, Shyam & Mohini. Spend your holiday weekend in the beautiful Catskill Mountains enjoying the practices of Yoga and sacred music with us! The daily schedule will include all levels Yoga workshops on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, with senior yoga teachers Prahlad, Shyam and Mohini. Ken will give concerts on Sunday and Monday nights plus music and sound workshops onSaturday to Monday starting at 12noon.

Also scheduled… The Beach Village BIA presents Music In The Parkwith Ken and bassist George Koller on Saturday, July 15 from 2-4pm in Kew Gardens, Toronto. The Cramahe Township Public Library presents Terrific Tuesdayswith Ken, Cedarail’s David Hayes and Wendy Bellan, and the Cramahe Children’s Ukulele Players on July 25 from 11am-12noon in Victoria Square, Colborne.

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Today @ Toronto Jazz Festival…

Ken is bringing his full band – vocalist/percussionists The Levy Sisters, keyboardist Jesse Whiteley, drummer Bucky Berger, bassist Ben Whiteley and the horn section of Bill Prouten, Philip Skladowski, Troy Dowdling – to the TD Toronto Jazz Festival this afternoon. Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue @ Bellair. 2pm concert and it’s free. Today’s lineup features these amazing artists: Alex Pangman & Her Alleycats (12noon), Ken Whiteley & The Freedom Blues Band (2pm), Asiko Afrobeat Ensemble (4pm), Sean Bellaviti & Conjunto Lacalu (6pm), KCRoberts & The Live Revolution (8pm). And it’s all FREE! Bring the kids and the parents.

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Toronto Jazz Festival…

Ken Whiteley and the Freedom Blues band will be performing at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue at 2pm concert. Ken’s bringing his full band – The Levy Sisters, keyboardist Jesse Whiteley, drummer Bucky Berger, bassist Ben Whiteley and the horn section of Bill Prouten, Philip Skladowski, Troy Dowdling. Sunday’s OLG Stage lineup features these amazing artists: Alex Pangman & Her Alleycats (12noon), Ken Whiteley & The Freedom Blues Band (2pm), Asiko Afrobeat Ensemble (4pm), Sean Bellaviti & Conjunto Lacalu (6pm), KCRoberts & The Live Revolution (8pm). And it’s all FREE so bring along the kids and parents.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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TONIGHT @ Hugh’s Room Live…

TONIGHT @ the new Hugh’s Room Live Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. Here’s a sneak peak below of the CD’s title track featuring Kim and Ken. The Toronto CDrelease concert with the full band is tonight (Thursday, June 8) at Hugh’s Room Live. Get your show tickets at the door or come early to enjoy a delicious dinner. Doors open at 7pm. Show at 8:30pm. Call (416) 533-5483.

Ken Whiteley and the Freedom Blues band will be performing at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue. 2pm concert and it’s free.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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June concerts…

Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. Here’s a sneak peak below of the CD’s title track featuring Kim and Ken. The Toronto CDrelease concert with the full band is this Thursday, June 8 at Hugh’s Room Live. Advance dinner reservations and/or show tickets by calling (416) 533-5483. Doors open at 7pm. Show at 8:30pm. “May all your blues be the musical kind!” ~ Kim Doolittle

Ken Whiteley and the Freedom Blues band will be performing at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue. 2pm concert and it’s free.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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Tonight…

TONIGHT! Acoustic Harvestcelebrates it’s 20th anniversary with a fundraising concert featuring emcee Magoo, James Gordon, Katherine Wheatley & Wendell Ferguson, Rosalee Peppard, Jory Nash, Tannis Slimmon & Lewis Melville, End of the Road, Gathering Sparks, David Woodhead, David Bradstreet, Mary Kelly& John Sheard, Anne Walker, Crabtree & Mills and Ken. Saturday, June 3rd at St. Nicholas Anglican Church (1512 Kingston Road, Toronto). Doors open at 6:30pm, show at 7pm. For more info & ticketscall 416-729-7564.

Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. Here’s a sneak peak below of the CD’s title track featuring Kim and Ken. The Toronto CDrelease concert is on Thursday, June 8 at Hugh’s Room Live.

Ken Whiteley and the Freedom Blues band will be performing at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue. 2pm concert and it’s free admission.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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Acoustic Harvest Fundraiser…

Acoustic Harvest celebrates it’s 20th anniversary with a fundraising concert featuring emcee Magoo, James Gordon, Katherine Wheatley & Wendell Ferguson, Rosalee Peppard, Jory Nash, Tannis Slimmon & Lewis Melville, End of the Road, Gathering Sparks, David Woodhead, David Bradstreet, Mary Kelly & John Sheard, Anne Walker, Crabtree & Mills and Ken. This Saturday! June 3rd at St. Nicholas Anglican Church (1512 Kingston Road, Toronto). Doors open at 6:30pm, show at 7pm. For more info & tickets call 416-729-7564.

Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. Here’s a sneak peak below of the CD’s title track featuring Kim and Ken. The Toronto CD release concert is on Thursday, June 8 at Hugh’s Room Live.

Ken Whiteley and the Freedom Blues band will be performing at the TD Toronto Jazz Festival on Sunday, June 25 at the OLG Stage on Yorkville Avenue. 2pm concert and it’s free admission.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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Today @ St. Anne’s Anglican Church…

TODAY! Ken will be singing with the congregation and choir at St. Anne’s Anglican Church.

Acoustic Harvest celebrates it’s 20th anniversary with a fundraising concert featuring emcee Magoo, James Gordon, Katherine Wheatley & Wendell Ferguson, Rosalee Peppard, Jory Nash, Tannis Slimmon & Lewis Melville, End of the Road, Gathering Sparks, David Woodhead, David Bradstreet, Mary Kelly & John Sheard, Anne Walker, Crabtree & Mills and Ken. For more info & tickets call 416-729-7564.

Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. She’s shared the stage with many famous and infamous people from Jeff Healey to Serena Ryder and Rita MacNeil and Ken. Here’s a sneak peak below of the title track with Kim and Ken. Tickets on sale now for the Toronto CD release concert on Thursday, June 8 at Hugh’s Room Live.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.

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Today in Port Hope…

For our friends in the Port Hope and Coburg communites, Ken will be part of the 7th annual Here Comes The Sun Concert at the Port Hope United Church on Saturday, May 27. Then tomorrow he’ll be back in Toronto, singing with the congregation and choir at St. Anne’s Anglican Church.

Acoustic Harvest celebrates it’s 20th anniversary with a fundraising concert featuring emcee Magoo, James Gordon, Katherine Wheatley & Wendell Ferguson, Rosalee Peppard, Jory Nash, Tannis Slimmon & Lewis Melville, End of the Road, Gathering Sparks, David Woodhead, David Bradstreet, Mary Kelly & John Sheard, Anne Walker, Crabtree & Mills and Ken. For more info & tickets call 416-729-7564.

Ken just finished producing Kim Doolittle‘s 9th studio album, Into The Blue.For those of you who may not be familiar with Kim, her sound marries roots blues, folk and a hint of alternative country. She’s shared the stage with many famous and infamous people from Jeff Healey to Serena Ryder and Rita MacNeil and Ken. Here’s a sneak peak below of the title track with Kim and Ken. Tickets on sale now for the Toronto CD release concert on Thursday, June 8 at Hugh’s Room Live.

We’re excited to put this video “Ken Whiteley on Freedom Blues” out here right now. What better time to start a discussion on “freedom”. Ken describes the philosophy and some of the process behind the creation of his recording, “Freedom Blues” and lots of live clips give you a musical taste. This is uplifting blues for anyone who wants to diga little deeper. We hope you also enjoy the first two music videos “Bring It All Right Down” and “Give Your Hands To Struggle” from the Freedom Blues CD release concert in Toronto. Thanks to Riddle Films and specifically Liam Romalis and Mako Funasakafor the video production and all the incredible musicians including Amoy Levy, Ciceal Levy, Bucky Berger, Ewan Divitt, Richard Underhill, Perry White, Alastair Whitehead and Denis Keldie. Tell your friends to check this out.