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Dave Gruggen’s Hamilton: Steve Strongman Christmas show with Harrison Kennedy and Ron Sexsmith

It was a full house at the brand new Ancaster Memorial Arts Centre to hear blues guitar virtuoso Steve Strongman and special guests with Steves 11th annual Christmas Show. Strongman and his band (Colin Lapsley, bass, and Dave King, drums) took the stage  with guest performers Ron Sexsmith and Harrison Kennedy at the new 476-seat Peller Hall in the Ancaster Memorial Arts Centre, 357 Wilson St. E.

 Kennedy and Strongman are two of the top blues acts in the country, each earning a Juno Award for their work. Sexsmith, meanwhile, is one of Canada’s most acclaimed songsmiths, winning three Junos, including songwriter of the year. Dave Gruggen was on hand to take in the show and share some photos.

All photos by Dave Gruggen Photography

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