DISTANT LEGACY
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Jul
01
DISTANT LEGACY @ Pither's Point Park

Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada

Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada

Apr
24
DISTANT LEGACY @ Fort Frances Metis Hall

Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada

Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada

Apr
02
DISTANT LEGACY @ Couchiching Recreation Centre

Couchiching First Nation, Ontario, Canada

Couchiching First Nation, Ontario, Canada

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


Wednesday, 9 November 2011 - 1:45pm
By Peggy Revell, Staff writer

National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week will be marked locally with a whole week of activities this year.

Thursday evening will be a community fun night, with sports and games for all ages, along with snacks and a speaker, at the multi-use facility from 6-9 p.m.

Then Friday’s activities, also at the multi-use facility, will begin with karaoke around 6 p.m., followed by a dance and live entertainment featuring “Distant Legacy” and a First Nation fiddler.
- Fort Fraces Times


Thursday, 17 November 2011 - 4:28pm
By Duane Hicks, Staff writer

Just as Louis Riel Day was marked across Canada yesterday, a celebration of the protector of Métis rights and one of the Fathers of Confederation was held at the Sunset Country Métis Hall here.

More than 120 people turned out to enjoy a buffet supper, including moose roast donated by Captain of the Hunt Dean McMahon, as well as hear and dance to music performed by district entertainers.

Musical entertainment was provided by Justin Boshey and Elmer and Clifford Whitefish, who got some folks jigging and square-dancing for several songs.
Eric Fagerdahl, Ericka Tymkin, Abbey Calder, “Intirely Mac” (Wayne and Danette MacIntyre), the “Sunset Country Chicks” (Brittany Hayes, Charity Rose, and Sandra Allan), and “Distant Legacy Band” (Justin Boshey, Mark Beachey, Brian Kabatay and Glen Tower) also took to the stage.
- Fort Frances Times


Friday, 10 February 2012 - 2:42pm
Press release

The “Heart of the Arts” benefit concert, auction, art exhibition, and market at the Townshend Theatre next Thursday (Feb. 16) has announced its entertainment lineup.

Main stage musicians will include Brittany Hayes, Sandra Allan, Charity Rose, Ericka Tymkin, Pat (Calder) Cupp, Abbey Calder, Allison Wannamaker, Larissa Desrosiers, and Intyrely Mac.

Also taking the stage will be Ryan Hunter, Wade Friesen, the Fort Frances Highlanders Pipes & Drums, Distant Legacy Band, and fiddler Elmer Whitefish.
- Fort Frances Times


Discography

We are recording our first CD later this year

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Our band is assembled from experience of playing with various bands. We all love music and have been involved with it through the love of it. We come from different communities. Glen's experience hails from playing in the city of Winnipeg and throughout Manitoba. Justin has been around Fort Frances, Thunder Bay, Duluth, Minneapolis and Winnipeg. Brian the drummer, has played for various bands in Fort Frances and Thunder Bay. Mark our recent aquisition hails from Kirklandland Lakea, Ontario and has performed in the major cities of Toronto, Sarnia, London, Winnipeg, and Calgary. Martin's experience extends from bands in Winnipeg, Manitoba and local acts in Fort Frances and Rainy River. Our music is rooted through our love with Country music, Rhythm and Blues, Classic rock influenced by the Beatles, Chuck Berry, Creedance Clearwater Revival, Hank Williams, Stevey Ray Vaungh, Elvis Presley, and the Rolling Stones, etc. They are our pillars to our dream and love of music.