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Ron Hynes at Wilser's Room (Fredericton) - Thu Feb 19 2015 at 7:00 pm
· Feb · 19 Thu at The Capital Bar 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Doors at 7:00 pm Show at 8:00 pm Show Ends at 10:30 pm
Tickets: $24.99 Incl. HST & fees. ($1.99 e-ticket fee)

19+ ID Required / General Admission / No Refunds or Exchanges


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NOTE: Due to weather Ron Hynes was unable travel from Newfoundland to New Brunswick today. Flights have been put on hold. With this we are rescheduling his show to this coming Thursday February 19, 2015. All tickets purchased for this event will be honored next week. Refunds will be available by contacting This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  . Kiosk purchasers can obtain a refund code by calling 877 ETIX NOW (877 384 9669) or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for instructions.

One of Canadas premier singer-songwriters, Ron Hynes has created
beautifully crafted signature songs for more than 35 years. His fall
2010 release, Stealing Genius (Borealis/Universal) marks his eighth
solo recording, and his third project with award-winning producer,
Paul Mills. Inspired by works from some of his favorite authors and
poets (including Donna Morrisey, Des Walsh, Stan Dragland, Randall
Maggs, Al Pittman and Michael Crummey), Ron Hynes has crafted a
collection of remarkable songs that not only echo a life in
Newfoundland and Labrador, but resonate with people everywhere.

The release of Stealing Genius came hot on the heels of the world
premiere of The Man Of A Thousand Songs, a feature-length documentary,
of which Hynes is both subject and star. Directed by acclaimed
filmmaker Wm D MacGillivray and co-produced by Terry Greenlaw (Picture
Plant) and Jordan Canning (Get Set Films), the film premiered to
capacity crowds at the Toronto International Film Festival and
subsequently garnered Atlantic Film Festival Awards for Documentary,
Director and Audience Favorite.

Best known for his folk classic Sonnys Dream, Ron Hynes' songs have
been recorded by artists world-wide including Emmylou Harris, Mary
Black, Christie Moore, Denny Doherty, Murray McLauchlan, John
McDermott, Prairie Oyster, The Cottars, Hayley Westenra and many more.

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