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Kevin Zarnett & The Blue Nights

Faema Caffe, 672 Dupont Street, Toronto

Kevin Zarnett & The Blue Nights bringing a full night of full band live music to the Faema Caffe in Toronto. Plenty of original tunes and a few choice covers as well.

Laurelle Augustyn w/Kevin Zarnett & The Blue Nights, Black Creek Reign, and Derek Christie Band

Junction City Music Hall, 2907 Dundas St. West, Toronto

It's a great night of music with Laurelle Augustyn and her stellar band. Kicking things off at 9pm will be highly-regarded songwriter Kevin Zarnett and his band the Blue Nights. The night will also feature Black Creek Reign and Derek Christie Band.

Music on Main (Markham)

Folco's, Markham

Kevin Zarnett performs 3 sets of original music accompanied by Noah Leibel on electric guitar.

Ward 5 Music Fest

Mount Pleasant Park, Richmond Hill

Kevin Zarnett and his band The Blue Nights play a 40-minute set as part of Richmond Hill's first ever Ward 5 Music Fest. Presented by Councillor Karen Cilevitz.

905 Ink w/Kevin Zarnett, Kelly Jamieson, Richard Malouin, and Brendan Beresford

C'est What, 67 Front Street East, Toronto

Songwriters Kevin Zarnett, Kelly Jamieson, Richard Malouin and Brendan Beresford swap original tunes and play on each others songs.

Laurelle Augustyn CD Release

London Pub, Richmond Hill

Kevin Zarnett is the special guest of Laurelle Augustyn as she releases her debut CD "Lullaby."

Wintersong

The Wintersong Hub, Stouffville

Kevin performs an hour of his original tunes as the first-ever Wintersong! With special guests Gregg Lawless, Jenn Hisko, Henry Lees, and Laurelle Augustyn.

Songwriter Circle at The Living Room

The Farm Rehearsal Studios, Markham

Our fourth installment of this local singer-songwriter showcase is an event not to be missed! Kevin Zarnett, Jenn Fiorentino, Carly Rita, and Sagen Pearse are four York Region singer-songwriters and independent recording artists who will take to the stage at The Living Room in an intimate solo acoustic setting that allows you to hear the songs up close, unhindered by bar room blether and TV sports noise.