Ghostown Blues

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Here at Ghostown Blues you can experience the organic beauty that remains in the craftsmanship preserved in our high quality, unique accommodations.  Sit by the fire and enjoy the quiet solitude while you enjoy the sunset. Put your feet up on the veranda & enjoy a glass of wine or have your supper out of the back of an original 1925 chuck wagon.  Experience the historic buildings, wagons and structures Greg has spent many years acquiring, relocating and restoring from the pioneer years on the Canadian Prairies. Ghostown Blues is one of, if not the only place in Canada where you can experience a feeling of connection to the land and spirit the early settlers must have felt when they risked it all for a better life in a new land.

Ghostown Blues is also a great venue for weddings, family reunions, conferences, holiday parties, and more.

Ghostown Blues supports and endorses full time independent professional musicians, performing original music in an intimate atmosphere. We also showcase local talent who support our music and have an interest in honing their craft with some of the best musicians going down the road today. You never know who you might find around the campfire at Ghostown Blues.

For all performances doors open at 7:00 pm with show at 7:30. The performances are "Music By Donation" (Suggested $20) with all proceeds to the artists. All ages are welcome to attend unless otherwise noted. Please feel free to bring your own beverages and snacks.


Laura Hayes & Ed Brown Thursday September 14th, 7:30PM

Laura Hayes

Laura landed in the right family...lots of music, lots of talent and lots of support. Laura has been singing her whole life and played a couple of instruments over the years. But it was the guitar that helped Laura find her song writing voice. Laura listened to a range of musical styles, and took the advice of her voice coach (Grandpa Hayes), who gave Laura two singing lessons; “Sit tall in the saddle” and “Don’t sing through your nose”. Laura began writing and tapped into a well-spring of passion for music that shows no sign of trickling off. Laura is a busy mother of three and spends every moment she can writing songs and singing. Laura performs live at community functions, festivals and wherever she has the chance. Laura’s first CD “Road to Nowhere" is a collection of originals...full of story songs and earthy vocals. “Storyteller”, Laura's second album is a rootsy production of 10 original tunes and a cover of a traditional folk song. Roots, Folk, and Wow, What a Voice!

Laura Hayes performs her original song "Heartless" on Telemiracle.

Ed Brown

Rodeo cowboy, pasture rider, wildlife artist, singer/songwriter, Ed Brown has the perfect background for an original storytelling approach.  Poems from the absurd to the thought provoking, and songs influenced by various genres both musically and lyrically, combine to present a truly authentic western performance.  In his capacity as a writer, his songs and poems have been performed by several other artists in both Canada and the US.  An award-winning performer, Ed Brown has headlined at all of the major cowboy festivals in Western Canada. He has produced three CDs of his work, one of which was awarded the Will Rogers Award from the Academy of Western Artists. 

Original song "Cowboy Curse" by Ed Brown Cowboy Poet on YouTube

Chicken-Like Birds Saturday October 14th, 2017 @ 7:30 PM

Click Image Below To Play A Sample Video Of Their Music

“ A funny, unique, truly memorable folk-country duo”. That’s what the Permanent Rain Press had to say about Chicken-Like Birds after listening to their new EP “Moving On” that was released in March, 2017. The two have been making great strides with their original swing, country blues and ragtime tunes that are applicable to the 20th century but are very much influenced by the music of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Appearing at festivals across Western Canada last year, 2017 finds the duo on their first cross Canada tour, going all the way to St. John’s Newfoundland. 

Chicken-Like Birds are the combination of Ari Lantela who is known for his refined-yet-sloppy blues guitar picking and Jasmin Frederickson holding it down on double bass.  Along with a suitcase drum, upright bass and interesting harmonies, listeners will be treated to a tasty marriage of roots, blues, swing and ragtime that the Canadian Pacific Blues Society has called a “fantastic old- school acoustic experience.”  Together they sing their original songs about adventure, independent women, cooking and the pair's strange relationship.  Slap in some theatrics, a few funny stories and some strangely endearing awkwardness and that'll be the Birds.

For All Performances Doors 0pen at 7pm - Show at 7:30 pm

Music By Donation $20 At The Door - all proceeds go to the artist