|Date:||Friday, August 17th 2018, 8.00 pm|
|Location:||Historic Logging Museum|
|Admission:||$48.00 plus HST|
Cowboy Junkies was formed in Toronto in 1985 by three siblings from the Timmins entertainment family (descendants of a mining prospector who founded the Ontario city of Timmins) and bassist Alan Anton. They were nominated for Group of the Year at the JUNO Awards in 1990 and 1991, and People Magazine named Margo Timmins “one of the fifty most beautiful people in the world.” We’re not arguing.
The band’s early reputation owed much to their recording in an intimate, acoustically superb setting. We believe our Historic Logging Museum comes pretty close to that, and we’re expecting them to feel comfortable and right at home. With you there, of course.
After 22 albums and over 4 million albums sold the group continues to tour North America, Europe, Japan and Australia. In 2008 they released Trinity Revisited in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original, legendary recording of The Trinity Session (named by the Los Angeles Times as one of the ten best albums of 1988) from Toronto’s Church of the Holy Trinity.
Cowboy Junkies have been recording again and are anxious to share their new material. We’re anxious to hear it and also wondering: will they want to record their next album in our Logging Museum?