Evening Performance – Saturday, April 29, 2023 – 7 pm – Grace United Church, 990 Cathcart Blvd., Sarnia ON
Proceeds from this Scott Woods Band presentation of “Old Fashioned Hoedown” support the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton.
Tickets are $45 each (tax included), and may be purchased (CASH ONLY) in Sarnia at Grace United Church Office, (990 Cathcart Blvd., 519-542-1203), or at the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton Office (420 East St. N., 519-332-4444), or at Prohibition Barber Shop (Keswick Place, 250 Christina St. N., 519-339-9761. Tickets are also available in Point Edward, at the Exservicemen Club, (503 Michigan Ave., 519-337-9822), or by calling Mary at 226-626-7209, or Brenda at 519-328-1055. Credit card purchases may be done by calling the Scott Woods Band Office (toll free) at 1-855-726-8896.
For general inquiries, call Scott’s office toll free 1-855-726-8896. Doors will open approximately one hour prior to show time.
“Old Fashioned Hoedown” is an up-lifting, 2-hour live show, featuring lots of Canadian Old Time Fiddle tunes, favourite old songs, instrumentals, sweet harmonies, sensational step-dancing, smooth vocals, family humour, and inspirational stories.
Canadian Open and Grand Masters Fiddle Champion, Scott Woods and his multi-talented band are sure to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart, with their lively entertainment. Scott will be doing his trick-fiddling routine – playing behind his back, walking on a barrel while playing, and of course his world-famous front running somersault.
You will see Scott’s sister Kendra Woods Norris a champion fiddler in her own right, and recently crowned Canadian Open Step Dancing Champion, 18-year old Leo “Spaghetti Legs” Stock. Between them, they play several instruments (fiddle, accordion, piano, drums), they sing and have some silly costumes/characters as well.
Accompanying them on piano, and covering the bass parts will be Germain Leduc. He is also a champion fiddler, and will show his multiple talents throughout the show.
Don’t miss the “Flippin’ Fiddler” and his up-beat, family-friendly show! Because, as the song goes … “When Lady Luck gives you the throw down, and old man worry starts to mow down, there’s nothing like a good “Old Fashioned Hoedown” to chase your blues away!