September 30, 2021 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Harbour Street Fish Bar
$10 Music appreciation fee per person charged to your bill
Harbour Street Fish Bar

Chuckee Zehr

Chuckee Zehr is one of London’s leading women of blues. Her soulful voice often leads to requests of Janis Joplin’s music. When those requests come, Chuckee does not disappoint.

To say that Chuckee is versatile would be an understatement. She is multi-talented; multi-genre and a very dynamic and charismatic entertainer. Chuckee considers herself privileged to be able to connect with and entertain an audience.

Over the years, Chuckee has honed her arranging and recording chops, written and has received awards for her songwriting; acted in, co-wrote and scored several plays; she has collaborated with many artists both onstage and in the studio and has been nominated for and received music industry awards.

Rick Taylor

Rick Taylor made his first major appearance as a singer, songwriter and guitarist at the famed Mariposa Folk Festival in 1971 and went on to become a regular at many Canadian festivals and clubs.  Blues, jazz, country, rock, roots, world, and contemporary music all influenced Rick’s early years on the club and festival circuits and he established himself firmly in the 1970’s southern Ontario roots music scene.  As a singer-songwriter and guitarist, Rick has been featured on CBC television and radio programs Touch The Earth with host Sylvia Tyson, The Entertainers with host Bill Garrett , Peter Gzowski’s 90 Minutes Live, City TV’s Music City and Intimate Evenings with Songwriters on Rogers Cable TV. Other highlights of Rick’s career include opening act for Bruce Cockburn and appearing in New York City as a multi-instrumentalist in Leonard Cohen’s musical production The Sisters of Mercy, as well as lead guitarist in the Vancouver production of Hank Williams, The Show He Never Gave.