For aspiring songwriters and anyone who enjoys a good story, good music, or both!
7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 20th
RCHA Club, 193 Ontario St., Kingston
With special guests Ritchie Parrish Ritchie
Tickets only $10.00 at the door and $5.00 for the marginally employed or struggling musicians
They rocked the folk/roots music scene as the rhythm section of Tanglefoot, a hard working band with a massive presence and a relentless tour schedule that earned them a fanatically loyal following throughout Canada, the US & Britain.
Now Rob Ritchie, Al Parrish and Steve Ritchie have re-connected as RPR. Along with master percussionist Beaker Granger, these four veteran performers and masters of musical mythology will create a memorable evening of arresting music, stories, laughter and reminiscence. It’s light and shade, irreverent and poignant, gentle as a whisper and rampantly energetic.
Posted by joesmill on 31/01/14
Due to an increase in registrations and in order to keep our client base current , it has become necessary to update contact information etc for our long-time borrowers. In this regard, Joe’s M.I.L.L. has implemented the following policy change:
Commencing January 1st of each year, cardholders with registration cards over 2 years old will be required to re-register. This means as of January 1st, 2014 all borrower registration cards in the 11XXX number series will cease to be valid. In order to continue to borrow our instruments, clients holding these card numbers will be required to re-register.
Please have the following ready at the time of re-registration:
- Photo ID showing date of birth
- Recent document confirming current residential address within the Library borrowing area
Posted by joesmill on 01/01/14
Joe’s M.I.L.L. president Terry Snider and Finny McConnell with a brand new Epiphone SG Special Electric Guitar. Another fine instrument donated to the library by, Canada’s premier irish punk band, The Mahones!
Posted by joesmill on 11/12/13
Sunday December 8th
11:00am to 2:00pm
An accumulation of surplus, “hurtin’ unit”
Drums, Cymbals, Drum Hardware, Accessories, etc.
in various states of suffering!
prices from as little as $5!
*4B = Bruised, Battered, Bent & Busted
Posted by joesmill on 27/11/13
7:00 p..m Saturday November 23rd, 2013
Wilson Room – Kingston Public Library, Central Branch 130 Johnson St
A once in a lifetime opportunity to watch, hear and interact with one of the top bass players in the world today.
“Anthony is one of the best music teachers I know. He teaches stuff that other teachers don’t even know…I would recommend him to teach anybody!” - Victor Wooten.
Advance tickets: only $10.00, available from Brian’s Record Option, 381 Princess St, and
from Tara’s Natural Foods, 81 Princess , or online
Walk up tickets: $15.00 at the door
Buy your Anthony Wellington tickets online and out of town purchasers can get a special get a special rate from the Marriott
Posted by joesmill on 08/11/13
more information here
Posted by joesmill on 08/11/13
On September 21st, Joe’s M.I.L.L. staff and board members recognized KVCI students Elliot Sinclair and Emile Flavin, along with their civics teacher, Mr. Bischof, for their donation of $5,000 that they earned through the Youth and Philanthrophy (YIP) Initiative in the 2012-2013 school year.
“We are very proud of Elliot and Emile for their leadership skills for their civics initiative in preparing and presenting the winning papers that were presented to a group of their peers who acted as judges” said Terry Snider, President. Their initiative won the $5,000.00 award and the students chose Joe’s M.I.L.L. as the recipient.
Posted by joesmill on 06/10/13
The Music Instrument Lending Library will be closed: SUNDAY, SEPT 29TH through to TUESDAY, OCT 8TH.
We will return to regular hours on TUESDAY, OCT 8TH.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Posted by joesmill on 25/09/13