Mountain Music Series

Location: Blue Mountain Village
Date: Saturday, 13 Jul 2019 - Sunday, 14 Jul 2019

The Mountain Music Series will get you out of your seat and dancing to high-energy entertainment on the Blue Mountain Village stage! Plus enjoy fun, family-friendly activities all weekend long!

HEADLINER: Five Alarm Funk
Saturday, July 13 at 8pm 

From their first jams in Vancouver, B.C., drummer Tayo Branston and guitarist Gabe Boothroyd gathered a community of musicians who shared their love for James Brown, Tower Of Power and other groove-driven players. Now called Five Alarm Funk - with Eli Bennett on sax, Oliver Gibson on guitar, Tom Towers on congas, Carl Julig on timbales, Kent Wallace on trumpet, Jay Smith on bass, and Jens Christiansen on sax added to the lineup - the band bristles with fiery rhythms, punchy horns and gang-chant vocals that have ignited fans across Canada, down into the U.S., and as far away as Taiwan. 
Falcon Jane
Saturday, July 13 at 7pm 

Falcon Jane is the musical project of Sara May, a singer-songwriter from rural Ontario. Her songs exist somewhere between heaven and earth: honest and grounded, yet ethereal and transportive. Falcon Jane’s 2018 album "Feelin’ Freaky" earned enthusiastic support from press outlets like Gold Flake Paint, The Grey Estates, Impose, and more, and their dynamic, three-piece lineup perfectly captures the intensity of May’s writing.

Jayden Grahlman
Sunday, July 14 at 5pm 

Being around Jayden when he has a guitar in his hand and a song on his lips is like being around a good thing. There’s nothing to figure out, it’s just musical joy. Combining effervescent, capable song writing with truly staggering guitar chops, he delivers performances that not only say “man can this guy play” but more over “isn’t this music wonderful!” Jayden can often be heard singing at local establishments in the area where the seats are packed and the music is a buzz. His smile will light up the room while his music fills your heart! 

Emma Wright
Sunday, July 14 at 7pm 

Emma has been singing since she was 4 years old, and has played at many different venues across the province and was recently one of the youngest musicians to perform at Boots and Hearts, the second largest Country Music Festival in North America. Joining her on stage at Boots was Rob Elder, John Hume, Mike Weir and Jaret Koop all well known, talented musicians. Since then the band has been performing in venues in the area playing a wide variety of music but with Emma’s love for country there are a lot of toe tapping well known songs in their set list. In 2018 she released 4 more songs; "Desperate", "High on the Mountain", "Stone Fiddle" and "I Have a Dream". She worked with songwriter Eric Emerson and recorded them at Pinnacle Studios in Belleville.