Music Runs Through It partner up with the new Tipsy Muse Café to present The Lockdown Trio in Fredericton on Friday, February 15.
Music Runs Through It has partnered with The Tipsy Muse Café to present Lockdown Trio’s first Fredericton performance.
The Lockdown Trio features three seasoned east coast musicians – Chris Kirby, Kim Dunn and Geoff Arsenault. The group made their debut last fall in Lunenburg, NS.
Chris Kirby is an accomplished songwriter and producer. The Norris Arm, NL native has songs on recent records by Matt Andersen, The Once, Tim Chaisson, The East Pointers, and many others. His song work in 2016 earned him the inaugural Music NL Ron Hynes Songwriter of the Year award.
North Sydney’s Kim Dunn has been working on a successful music career for 30 years now. He was the recipient of the first ECMA Musician Special Achievement Award for his work as a singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, musical director, and pianist. In addition to producing, musical directing and arranging credits, Kim has worked with the who’s who of east coast artists including, Rita MacNeil, Bruce Guthro, Laura Smith, Jimmy Rankin, Heather Rankin, Matt Anderson, Meaghan Smith, Dave Gunning, George Canyon, and many others.
Drummer, singer, songwriter, performer, and illustrator Geoff Arsenault is a uniquely talented, multifaceted artist. Multiple award nominee and recipient of the 2006 Maple Blues Awards for Best Drummer, Arsenault is known for his generous and harmonious style and distinctive musical contributions to multiple genres.
A long-time collaborator with musicians ranging from Ray Bonneville to Dutch Mason, Mary Jane Lamond to Matt Anderson, Arsenault’s two solo albums, This Ain’t No Fiction and Voodoo Baby Rattle have been celebrated by fans and critics alike.
The Tipsy Muse Café (86 Regent Street) is expected to open its doors to the public in the coming weeks. The latest addition to downtown Fredericton’s business community promises “an open creative space where you can grab a coffee or a drink, a quick bite to eat, and chill out listening to live music and vinyl”.