2017 Ontario Recharge with Milk Tankard and Scotties Tournament of Hearts Entertainment

The fun doesn’t stop when the last rock comes to rest… join us in the 11th End Lounge for food, cold drinks, and live entertainment! It’s just down the hall!

Lunch: 11:30am – 2:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm – 7:30pm
Bar: 11:00am – 2:00pm, 5:00pm – 11:30pm

live entertainment

Odd Man Rush

Monday, January 30
8:00pm – 11:30pm

It all started at Phil’s place where the intent was to watch the Leafs play. That was considered a waste of time so Steve and Phil played guitars instead.

After a while Tim joined the jam sesssions. Since the Leafs couldn’t put on a show, the guys created their own fun by playing guitars and singing. Soon Carl joined the fun with his bass guitar. Robbie wasn’t one to be left out of a musical adventure so he became the fifth member.

After stepping out of the comfort zone and playing at Mark’s Finer Diner open mic, the guys realized they had some talent worth sharing.

Toast

Tuesday, January 31
8:30pm – 11:30pm

Toast is a local five piece band that has been together since 2009. They cover Rock and Pop songs from a number of decades, predominantly the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.

Upbeat dance tunes and ballads with five part harmony are featured while saluting bands as diverse as Blue Rodeo, Fleetwood Mac and ZZ Top.

Toast is Warren Ambrose on lead guitar, Jeff Pudwell on drums, Dave Seale on Keys, Paul Burnham on guitar and Anne Burnham on bass.

Mike Kelly

Wednesday, February 1
8:30pm – 11:30pm

Mike Kelly has been playing guitar since he was 12 when his Mother bought him Neil Young’s iconic ‘Harvest’ and he’s never looked back.

Mike has played in numerous bands but decided solo was the way to go, molding his style around Young’s. Mike has played at Jamborees and Festivals and local pubs and bars in Cobourg.

The Revolvers

Thursday, February 2
8:30pm – 11:30pm

The ultimate party band!

The Revolvers bring an up tempo brand of musical covers to the table ranging from Elvis to Bruno with many more stops in between.

These four Cobourg lads have played in various bands for years and have been playing together for five. The Revolvers’ mix of pop and rock favourites – new and well-aged, always gets the dance floor hopping.

Garage Dog

Friday, February 3
8:30pm – 11:30pm

The founding promise of the Garage Dog band was not to cover the same ground as other cover bands but to pay honest tribute to Rock and Roll’s history through sweat drenched performances of Rock’s misplaced gems. Along the way, Garage Dog has rediscovered its collective love of Soul, Celtic, Rhythm & Blues and Rockabilly.

The Band has seen many changes over the past seven years. Mike Woods continues as GD’s lead guitarist and songwriting visionary. Original keyboardist, Roxie Milne, provides an air of demure respectability whilst adding colourful textures. Phil Taylor brings his all to the drums and Todd Garrison and Joe Azzarello, bring their respective and highly-respected singing and bass talents to the band. Dean Smith continues as co-lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and heartbeat of the band.

The Dog’s mission has now evolved into creating original music to further its mission. After the local support of the band’s first single, “What’s handed Down,” the music is now being written and recorded for a CD release in 2017.

Greg Hannah Band

Saturday, February 4
8:30pm – 11:30pm

Greg Hannah has been playing music all his life. Influenced by Gordon Lightfoot in his early years and a conservatory guitarist. In his teenage years he began to play Southern Rock and the Eagles.

Living in the United States for three years, American College and Fraternity Houses, led to material from Charlie Daniels and many American Bands, then on to Alberta and Honky Tonk music.

Throughout the 80’s, billed with artists such as K.D Lang, George Fox, Ian Tyson, Matt Minglewood and playing six nighters in all Alberta’s Honky Tonks. Greg was known as the highest beer selling band! “I figured people had to drink that much to listen to me, or they were really having a good time!”

Back in the Cobourg area, the Greg Hannah Band still has a reputation for drawing crowds.

As a Canadian Recording Artist, I still love entertaining.