"...Ramessar proved he possesses musicianship to die for" - KW Record

Child of the Wind 

One of us is too old for the term, but I'll use it anyway...

Bruce Cockburn's 'Child of the Wind' has been close to me for a long time, and these days it's one of the few things giving me hope. 

Is it possible in these times to raise a generation that embraces empathy, seeks wisdom, works to dismantle systemic inequality, cherishes the earth and loves people sacrificially? 
So thankful for my fierce and fabulous mighty-girl, who makes me think there just might be a chance. 

#childofthewind #ittakesavillage #mightygirls 
~ shoutout to Ali Raney & Matt Lima ~

Canada's Singers, Canada's Songs 

Looking forward to celebrating Canada’s 150th with two concerts celebrating Canadian Singers & Songwriters, including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, k.d. lang, Leonard Cohen, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Sarah McLachlan, and more.  

I’m pumped to have Ali Raney & Matthew Lima joining me, and we're looking forward to spending a couple evenings with you, enjoying some of Canada’s best music. Hope to see you there!    

Fri & Sat, Nov. 3rd & 4th @ The Registry Theatre  ?????  

Click here for more info & tix










Home at Last (RIP Walter Becker) 

Just over 40 years ago, Steely Dan released 'Aja' - an incredible, game-changing album that has been a huge influence for so many musicians.  For a number of years after college, I played in a SD tribute band, and learning those tunes inside and out was both a real education and joy.  After Walter Becker's passing, and to commemorate  the 40-year anniversary of the album, I've been spending some time with the tunes on Aja.  This little arrangement of 'Home at Last' is for all you Danners, and in memory of Walter. 



Symphony shows with Darlene Love 

It was a treat to spend the weekend playing with Darlene Love & the Omaha Symphony & Maestro Ernest Richardson. With the orchestra, singers, and band behind Darlene, it was like a live realization of Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound.
(Concert review in photo link)

Misappropriation Playlist 

Waterloo Region friends! Looking forward to seeing some of you at this concert:) It's an eclectic programme featuring compositions by Joni Mitchell, Bruce Cockburn, improvisations on Domeniconi and Bach, and a tribute to Canadian icons The Tragically Hip. 

Wed, Nov. 16, 2016 ~ 12:30pm (free admission)

Court & Spark: The Music of Joni Mitchell 

Like some cosmic gift to the human race, poet/painter/musician Joni Mitchell interpreted the aching beauty of the human experience like few others. 

I'm overjoyed to present two intimate concerts celebrating her unique musical voice and incredible spirit. Hoping to spend some time with you next weekend enjoying timeless masterpieces such as: Both Sides Now, River, Big Yellow Taxi and many more. 

Also... Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving / Indigenous People's Day! 

Court & Spark: The Music of Joni Mitchell 
The Registry Theatre 
Friday, Oct. 14 & Saturday, Oct. 15; 8:00pm. 
Tickets: Centre in the Square Box Office
(link in photo)

Running Red Rocks 

We had some spare time before soundcheck in Denver, so naturally we took a quick road trip to visit Red Rocks and get some mile-high exercise! Always nice to be back in the Rockies :)



Posted by Kevin Ramessar on Sunday, October 2, 2016

Interview with the K/W Guitar Society

Stephen Zurakowsky and I had a little chat about guitar gear, practicing, the upcoming concert for CMSWR, and more!
Click here for the interview.


Solo Concert - Fundraiser for Community Music School of Waterloo Region

CMSWR does amazing work making music education accessible to all youth in the Region - check out this great opportunity to support them.
Silent Auction & Concert @ The Button Factory.


Classical Guitar meets Pipe Organ!
(click here for Record article)


New Recording!

Stay tuned for details on Kevin's upcoming recording of original songs & trademark cover arrangements.
Info is coming soon on how you can support this, and future musical projects!



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