Get your groove on with Don Stevenson & Fergus Hambleton while they open the stage and welcome Artfest visitors from far and near this Labour day long weekend! Drop by the main stage this Friday at the one and only, Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto!
A Juno award winning musician, multi-talented singer, songwriter Ferugus Hamleton will be joined by founding member of the legendary Moby Grape Band, Don Stevenson. Providing musical entertainment August 31st at Artfest Toronto in the Distillery District - this is an art event not to be missed!
Fergus Hambleton is a versatile singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist who, during his illustrious career, has been a leading performer and songwriter in the folk, pop and reggae music arenas. Fronting the Juno Award winning reggae outfit, The Sattalites and enjoying a successful solo career are among his many musical achievements.
Don Stevenson is known world-wide as the drummer and singer/cheif songwriter for Moby Grape, a band which was formed in San Francisco in 1966. In 2003, the disc was ranked as number 121 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the best-ever 500 albums. All of Moby Grapes five members went on to make their own music or join other bands, though it wasn’t until 2010 that Stevenson finally released a solo record, King of the Fools, which has had excellent reviews. Read about Don here in Talking with drummer/singer/songwriter.
Listen to Fergus Hambleton in the video below: