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11/19/20
 
Connection poetry
Poetry gives expression to the eternal quest for connection with self, others, nature. Enjoy some timeless moments with five short poems: Guy's blog: http://guysmith.ca/blog/index.php Recording: ...
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11/06/20
 
Shelter poetry
Staying home brought out some poems, on Guy's blog ...
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09/01/19
 
Videos! Guy's Summer Concert Aug 22
River of Song
https://youtu.be/GaJynqLsx9M

Dance Forever
https://youtu.be/DggqY9gtq-M

Guy as Buddy Holly - Every Day
https://youtu.be/ZgFXmfLGHSs

Guy as Elvis Presley - Tryin' to Get to You
https://youtu.be/Q7CSb5fZykA

Ukulele Lady
https://youtu.be/SfbECWg_W_Q

Molokai
https://youtu.be/c4dkvc2ddJ0

08/14/19
 
Guy's Summer Concert Aug 22
"River of Song" with Marc Dubreuil, Sheldon Jaaskelainen, Lindsay Pugh, Martin Vista Thursday August 22 7-9 pm Roberta Bondar Pavillion ...
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07/27/19
 
Visit Blog for three new entries!
It takes time to carve a short poem from a lump of impressions ...
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03/31/19
 
Dukes of Ukes - April 4th
The wonderful world of the ukulele ...
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03/11/19
 
Boots&Saddles Roadhouse Sat March 16
Guy Smith with Rob Chiarello, Saturday March 16, 2019, 7-10 pm
Wonderful menu, music to help flavours mingle.

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River of Song (2013), Guy's third album of original songs, catches the tempo and mood of travelling water. The twelve songs reflect impressions of people and places, moods and experiences, like a river telling its stories in pulse and current. Take some time to come to the river and listen to its song.

Guy Smith is a poet and songwriter based in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Known as an earnest performer who seeks to connect with his audience, Guy tells his stories in songs. With the help of talented musicians and seasoned musician/producer Rusty McCarthy, his music weaves folk tales with catchy melodies in a variety of textures.

Your impressions in mud
cast the mood
Your tempo invites painters
to colour stories
Your song rings through generations
reflecting change
Rocks, waves, voices and hands
work the current
And time comes to life
in the River of Song


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