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Celebrate with Rusty and friends Wednesday night

Thursday, January 23, 2014   by: Donna Hopper

Who: Local blues musician, Rusty McCarthy, and guests Josh Norling, Rachelle Risling, Mark Gough, Jay Dinsdale, Lindsay Pugh, Al Davis, and Britta Wolfert

What: A celebration marking the release of Rusty McCarthy's latest CD

Where: The Water Tower Pub, 360 Great Northern Road

When: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Important tid-bits

This performance is free to attend.

Music begins at 8:30 p.m. with an opening performance from Britta Wolfert.

CDs will be available for purchase at the event.

About Rusty McCarthy

With a career spanning three decades and sharing the stage with some of the finest performers in the world, he also enjoys time as a free-lance guitarist, playing with pop's Alanah Myles, Tom Cochrane, and the Barenaked Ladies; blues with Jeff Healey, Jerome Godboo, and The Blues Brothers; jazz with Bill Frisell, Holly Cole, and Molly Johnson; and folk with Colleen Peterson and Katherine Wheatley.

His musical projects have him travelling the world, often as band leader and guitarist with Mary Margaret O'Hara.

He's performed in London, New York and LA sharing the stage with music icons Sting, Lou Reed, Marianne Faithful, Steve Earle, and Elvis Costello.

Rusty's favourite performances have been ATP festival Somerset, Roskilde Festival Denmark, Edmonton Folk festival, Wexford Opera Festival, Pop Montreal, and a 2012 blues tour of Ireland.

As a songwriter Rusty has composed scores for Bravo TV's A Taste of Shakespeare, the feature film Apartment Hunting and the late David Carradine film Autumn.

Preview some of Rusty's music in the playlist below.

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saultbie25 1/23/2014 5:29:10 PM Report

Get rid of Jazz night! its terrible and the band is loud and awful. The pub can do much better, Plenty of times I up and left because of the horrific music
sargy 1/23/2014 6:35:01 PM Report

Congratulations Rusty on the release of your new CD!! You are such an accomplished artist and having shared the stage with so many superstars, is proof that you are one of Sault Ste. Marie's greatest artist ever and you deserve success. Don't let the same usual not so gentleman who knows nothing about music rain on your parade, just keep doing what you do best!! Wish you all the luck in the world!!
AverageSchlubb 1/23/2014 7:23:49 PM Report

Hey Rusty, we're regulars at The Pub's "Blues" night plus we've been known to follow you around to other locations just to enjoy the amazing music. Your tunes are often playing in our house...we're fans for sure!! Congrats on the new CD. Thank you for your music and all the best!
windel 1/24/2014 10:31:31 AM Report

Congratulations, Rusty!! This town would be lacking lots if it wasn't for your Blues Night, Jazz Night, any music you create...bringing musicians and people together and out of the wood works in this town, teaching how to respect one another, 'play together nicely' and to keep on toes and learn, always learn...
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