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Events

We are a diverse space with a gallery, patio, and lots of seating in between. Mulberry transforms itself into a dance floor, meeting room, mingling room, and a warm comfortable environment for every time of day. In addition to Mulberry’s own events, we are happy to play host to yours as well.  Let us know how we can accommodate your event by going to the contact page. To see our current and past events, just keep scrolling.

We are a diverse space with a gallery, patio, and lots of seating in between. Mulberry transforms itself into a dance floor, meeting room, mingling room, and a warm comfortable environment for every time of day. In addition to Mulberry’s own events, we are happy to play host to yours as well.  Let us know how we can accommodate your event by going to the contact page. To see our current and past events, just keep scrolling.

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Current & Past Events

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October

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Jamie Shea Live at Mulberry


Jamie Shea writes songs that need to be written. His listeners immediately relate to his well crafted melodies and lyrics that vibrate in sympathy with shared human experience. Shea takes a sensitive and contemplative approach to the frailty and grace of love and loss while singing with such soft affection as to soothe the very emotions he expresses. Shea majored in jazz at Mohawk College, studying composition under the guidance of renowned composer/arranger, the late Dave McMurdo. His experience writing and performing jazz, folk, blues, garage, and psychedelia gives Shea an extensive palette of colours to apply in bold strokes across his sonic landscape. Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Shea is proud and honoured to be part of the city’s rich musical tradition.
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September

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Charles Goodrow Live at Mulberry


"When I was still living in Amsterdam there was a time when every now and then some guy would pass by my window late at night on his bike, drunk as a lord, singing on top of his lungs. He sang such soulful anthems and how well they fitted the nightscapes of the city! I fell in love with his voice but I never recognized any of the songs. There was no pattern in when he would come. I often ran outside but was always too late to catch him. And then he disappeared. Not much later I moved from Amsterdam to Leipzig, Germany and still I often thought of these songs. I could not let them go. At one point I tried to write them anew. I never managed to get close but did end up with a handful of songs that are anthems, odes to the city at night in their own way."
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August

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Big Rude Jake Live at Mulberry


Big Rude Jake Hiebert is a lyricist, songwriter, singer, musician, bandleader and history buff with a diverse array of influences. Noted for his skill as a blues shouter and raconteur, Big Rude Jake Hiebert is especially drawn to the roots of American music. You’ll hear blues, jazz, rockabilly, jump, gospel, folk and fingerpicking ragtime guitar. Add a sharp wit and a touch of cabaret and you’ve got Big Rude Jake.
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August

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Ginger St James Live at Mulberry


“A sassy and dynamic rockabilly singer, songwriter and guitarist, creating a national buzz with some slightly cheeky music and a captivating charisma fueled by her roaring voice and model beauty.” – Nick Krewen, Toronto Star With her sultry and powerful voice, her sassy and commanding stage presence, and a repertoire that blends country, rock n’ roll and blues, Ginger St. James packs a lot of entertainment into her 5-foot frame. https://www.gingerstjames.com/
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August

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Chrys and Momo live at Mulberry


Since meeting and bonding over their love of The Beatles in 2014, Chrys and Momo have been performing together and writing original music with a unique style in the Hamilton area. Playing instruments that mimic their size, this couple’s dynamic ukulele and guitar combination creates an exciting new sound, guaranteed to leave you grinning from ear to ear. They are happy to have friends, Lazar and Chris, joining them on drums and bass, respectively. Currently, they are working on their first EP, featuring new originals and covers with a twist they can call their own https://chrysandmomo.squarespace.com
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July

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Jamie Shea Live at Mulberry


Jamie Shea's listeners immediately relate to his well crafted melodies and lyrics that vibrate in sympathy with shared human experience. Shea takes a sensitive and contemplative approach to the frailty and grace of love and loss while singing with such soft affection as to soothe the very emotions he expresses. Shea majored in jazz at Mohawk College, studying composition under the guidance of renowned composer/arranger, the late Dave McMurdo. His experience writing and performing jazz, folk, blues, garage, and psychedelia gives Shea an extensive palette of colours to apply in bold strokes across his sonic landscape. Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Shea is proud and honoured to be part of the city’s rich musical tradition.
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July

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Bill Simms Live at Mulberry


Bill Simms is a Hamilton-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist originally from Newfoundland.  His music ranges stylistically between folk, country, blues, and soul with lyrics that showcase his cheeky sense of humour and honest sincerity. He honed his skills as a performer in St. Francis Xavier’s Jazz Studies program, and released his first album, Moustache City, in 2015. He has performed with successful local folk and roots artists including Sarah Beatty, Raine Hamilton, The Heavy Horses, Gillian Nicola and Piper Hayes.

 

Now performing around Southern Ontario, Bill is ready to unleash a whole slew of folk/roots songs sure to make audiences hoot, holler, belly laugh and maybe even shed a tear. Dealing with subjects such as love, longing, adultery, death and even UFOs, Bill's songs have something for everyone to relate to.

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July

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David Stone Live at Mulberry


Stone's songs are carefully written and could easily stand alone as poetry. The fact that he can accompany them with strong melodies that lend themselves to sing-alongs, a voice just this side of gravelly, and delicate guitar work when the occasion calls for it makes Stone a quadruple-threat."

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July

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Marcus Starr Live at Mulberry


Marcus Starr's debut album 'Going To Muscle Shoals (produced by Brock Zeman) displays both his Southern musical influences and his deep connection to authentic roots music. With songs such as Fell In Mud, Let My Blues Take Your Blues Away and Going To Muscle Shoals, it comes as no surprise that Marcus Starr is emerging as a compelling and rousing guitarist-songwriter who is finding his place amongst the great roots musicians, past and present.

Marcus has been an avid player on Southern Ontario's music scene having played lead guitar with Radio Free Universe for six years (2010-2016) and has earned a reputation as being an exciting and dynamic performer and guitarist. During this time, however, Marcus had always made clear his love for roots, blues and funk/jam music with the various side projects he performed with.

Currently, Marcus Starr has been performing solo acoustic shows and with The Marcus Starr Band where his passion and knowledge of roots and Americana music are joyfully displayed to eager audiences. Diving deep into roots, blues, groove and alt-country-with a side of pure unadulterated rock n roll, Marcus Starr's music offers something uniquely special and will leave his audience hungry for more.

There is a place where all the elements of roots music can meet and flourish and it is a powerful and compelling place to be. This is a place Marcus Starr's music will take its listeners to.

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June

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Alyssa Giammaria & Stephanie Sloss Live at Mulberry


Alyssa Giammaria and Stephanie Sloss are two vocalists who come from different musical paths but were drawn together by their creativity. Alyssa comes from a background of voice and piano training in classical, musical theatre and jazz. She is also a composer who combines influences from these styles of music in her writing. Stephanie’s interest in music was evident at a very young age. Always drawn to the microphone she began studying voice in multiple genres and hasn’t stopped yet. She challenges herself by collaborating with other artists to expand her musical vocabulary and push her envelope. She is always ready and looking for the next opportunity to grow. Together, Stephanie and Alyssa use their friendship as a means of motivation to push their limits of exploring their unique styles, creating an enjoyable experience for any listener.