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Kingston Grand Theatre
Kingston Grand Theatre
218 Princess St Kingston, ON Canada

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Dec 19 2023


7:30 pm - 7:30 pm

A Lunch At Allen’s Christmas

The festive season in Kingston is set to be illuminated with the soul-stirring melodies and heartwarming tales of ‘A Lunch At Allen’s Christmas,’ scheduled for a live performance on December 19th. This enchanting seasonal journey is not just a concert; it’s a tapestry of stories, humor, and a spectacular array of songs that range from the traditional like “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” to the thought-provoking “Sober Up For Christmas” by Marc Jordan. Audiences will be treated to a musical synergy that blends blues, jazz, and pop, creating a unique sound that warms the heart and soothes the soul. As they perform familiar tunes like Murray McLauchlan’s “Old Tin Star” and Ian Thomas’s “Zuzu’s Petals,” this concert promises to capture the true essence of Christmas, offering a cozy, uplifting evening that will linger in memory long after the last note fades.

Lunch At Allen’s is a musical powerhouse, composed of four internationally acclaimed Canadian talents: Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church, Marc Jordan, and Ian Thomas. Their individual achievements are staggering, having penned hits for global icons like Bon Jovi, Josh Groban, and Rod Stewart, among others. The group’s collective influence over Canada’s musical landscape is profound, with songs like “Farmer’s Song,” “Marina Del Rey,” and “Painted Ladies” forming a significant part of our national soundtrack. The icing on the cake is the expressive, poetic voice of Cindy Church, whose presence in Quartette and the Great Western Orchestra has left an indelible mark on Canadian music. Together, their camaraderie, harmonious blend, and sheer volume of combined talent offer a delectable evening of entertainment. This concert is a must-attend for anyone looking to experience a feast of musical brilliance and a heartwarming celebration of the holiday spirit.

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