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Carlos del Junco to play Eden Mills fundraiser

EDEN MILLS - Carlos del Junco is back by popular demand for a third performance in Eden Mills.

Highly respected in blues music circles, del Junco was twice nominated for a Juno Award for his CDs Steady Movin’ and Big Boy. He has recently released Mongrel Mash.

He has been named Harmonica Player of the Year seven times in the Canadian Maple Blues Awards’ 13-year history, and has won the Best Blues Award from Now Magazine in Toronto. 

His harmonica has given him opportunities to record with such artists as Bruce Cockburn, Kim Mitchell, Oliver Schroer and to work with Dutch Mason, Hoc Walsh and Holly Cole. 

Del Junco will be joined  at his Eden Mills performance by Henry Heillig on bass, a member of his “killer” Blue Mongrels Trio, and Eric St. Laurent on guitars. 

This concert is a fundraiser for the Eden Mills Community Club’s landscaping.

The performance takes place on Jan. 21 at 8pm in the relaxed, intimate  ambiance of the Eden Mills Community Hall.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door or in advance at The Bookshelf in Guelph or by contacting Kit Bresnahan at 519-856-1188 or

January 20, 2012


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