The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #65000   Message #1070624
Posted By: GUEST,Jeremiah (damn cookies!)
11-Dec-03 - 08:42 PM
Thread Name: Stolen guitar: Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Subject: RE: Stolen guitar: Oakville, Ontario, Canada
My previous post about Paul Young's missing guitar can now be retired: it was found today, safe & sound. Turned out one of the cleaning staff at the Oakville thought it had been left behind after the last concert. The security room had already been locked, and the White Oak crew was out loading the van (therefore not in immediate evidence), and so the staffer put the guitar "somewhere safe" - so safe that a search of the facility didn't turn it up the first time through! All's well that ends well: the guitar is back in its daddy's arms. For all those who expressed support, sympathy and righteous anger: manymuch thankyou's from Paul.

        And as I have your attention, I'll do some Ezeduzit promo also, rather than send out a separate email. Ezeduzit (myself, Jim Hodges & Stewart McPhail) do old tyme/roots and contemporary folk. This Saturday evening we've been invited to do a feature set ('bout 30 - 45 minutes) at the Wesley Mimico United Church Coffeehouse in Etobicoke. Music (open stage) begins about 8 pm; our set is supposed to be at about 9. Do consider coming out. I've never been to this one before, but I've been told it's cosy and the folks there are super friendly. I/we be looking forward to it.

Here's a whole bunch of reference stuff:
Ezeduzit's (embryonic) website: go to and click on the Ezeduzit link on the opening page.
Wesley Mimico United Church Coffeehouse website:
or go to again, click on "Club Listings" to get format, directions and a map.
or for more info:      905-274-3478    or, if just before stage time, try    416-886-5067    or    416-251-5811

        Enough ear-bending, methinks, for now. Should I not have occasion to post again beforehand, I'll wish all an entirely wondrous holiday season. And special thoughts and wishes to Rick & Heather Fielding.)

       Be well, be safe and try to look out for each other . . .