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Twice blessed: Jennie Bice, a 2012 Home County star, is back a few months later in her hometown

- October 13th, 2012

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Fiddle ace Jennie Bice in LFP colleague Mike Hensen’s photograph from the opening night of the 2o12 Home County Music & Art fest at Victoria Park.

Just a quick not to say that local hero Jennie Bice, who has been in BC for many a year, is at the Cuckoo’s Nest (Chaucer’s, 122 Carling St.) on Sunday night. Details follow. Jennie seems able to play just about anything on the fiddle & she is paired with Tim Readman this time around.

So get out there on Sunday night & raise a pint while you marvel at all the great folk & roots sounds that are around & abound.

Here is the Cuckoo’s Nest info, thanks to Ian Davies:

Sunday, Oct. 14, 7:30 pm
Chaucers’s, 122 Carling St., London
$15 Advance / $18 Door
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Advance tickets for all concerts can be purchased at
Centennial Hall Box Office, Chapters North 
(Masonville), The Village Idiot, and Chaucer’s/Marienbad Restaurant
Tim Readman (formerly of Fear of Drinking) and Jennie Bice (of Prydwen) team up for lively evening of humour and great music (trad & original). Their latest CD “Out of the Green” has received excellent reviews since its release this past spring. Tim Readman emerges from the north-east English folk scene and has earned a reputation as an outstanding songwriter, guitarist, singer and interpreter of traditional and contemporary folk songs. He has an infectious sense of humour and a real ability to engage an audience. Find out more atwww.timreadman.com
Fiddler, singer, and songwriter Jennie Bice (daughter of Kevin & Daphne Bice of London, ON) is at home in many musical genres. From frenzied boot-stomping Irish craic, country & eastern, roots and rhythm styles, to world fusion, rock, jazz and blues, Jennie shines on every stage she meets.
For info call 519-473-2099 or e-mail folk@iandavies.com

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