LIVE MUSIC: Grievous Angles - TICKETED


May 26, 2024    
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm


Meyers Creek Brewing Company
60 Dundas Street East, Belleville, Ontario, K8N 1B8

Event Type

It’s our first band show on the patio and we are STOKED.
On the afternoon of Sunday May 26 we are hosting the Juno nominated band Grievous Angles!
While a number of the band members might be familiar, as some of them live in the Quinte region and perform in a number of bands, this will be the first time we’ve had the whole Grievous Angles crew together!
This show will be one long set and include tracks from the new album Last Call for Cinderella (available now on Bandcamp), and many classic tunes from the band’s 30+ year career. Songwriter, author, and politician Charlie Angus writes songs about Northern Ontario, working class Canadians, social justice, and the real history of Canada. Come out to hear these songs take shape with the current critically acclaimed lineup.
Doors 12:30 p.m.
Show 1:00 p.m.
Tickets will go quickly so get your tickets now.
This show will take place on a patio, so it is weather dependent; if cancelled all tickets will be refunded.

A bit about the Grievous Angels 

The Grievous Angels are a Canadian alternative country band. The present 7-piece lineup of the Grievous Angels features founding members Charlie Angus (guitar, vocals), Peter Jellard (fiddle, harmonica, accordion, guitar, vocals), and Tim Hadley (bass); also on stage are Janet Mercier (vocals), Alexandra Bell (keys, vocals), Nathan Mahaffy (drums, vocals), and Ian McKendry (guitar).
The group was originally formed in Toronto in 1986 by Angus, vocalist Michelle Rumball and fiddler Peter Jellard after Angus left the punk rock band L’Étranger.[4] They began as a collective of street buskers, and eventually began playing Toronto-area bars, specifically the old Cabana Room of the Spadina Hotel.[5] Tim Hadley and drummer Peter Duffin joined the band in 1987.[1] The band quickly became a popular draw at folk festivals across Canada, and released their debut album, Toute la Gang, in 1989.[6]
Over the years the band has welcomed new members staying true to their alternative-country-rock n’ roll vibe. Their songs  are a reflection of the times and a timeless commentary on the human condition.