Friday, August 1, 2014

UPDATED: Wild Wing Wasaga Beach sizzles in August

Country, country rock, classic rock, reggae and ska, greatest hits are the menu at Wild Wing Wasaga Beach in the Stonebridge Town Centre.

Every Saturday night in August, Wild Wing’s patio will sizzle with hot tunes from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Cutler Boyd

Aug. 2
Cutler Boyd, a regular at Wild Wing, plays country and country rock. The four-piece band features Doug Dunlop on guitar and vocals, Roger Williamson on lead guitar and vocals, David G. Rose, on vocals and bass guitar, and Danny Colonello on drums. They play a mix of songs by artists such as Blake Shelton, and Jimmy Buffet, plus some of their own material. For more information, visit Here's a Cutler Boyd song:
The Dr. Bruce Lee Band

Aug. 9
The Dr. Bruce Lee Band will have you dancing all night with their blend of pop and rock hits from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Bruce Cole (vocals, 12-string guitar, harmonica and keyboard), James Meschino (vocals, electric guitar), and Lee Sicari (vocals, bass guitar) are based in Toronto and Midland and play for fun. 

You’ll hear the popular hits from artists such as the Eagles, Willie Nelson, Elvis, The Tragically Hip, The Beatles and many more.

Lorne Scriver from Laura Lee's Tequila Rockin' Birds

Aug. 16 
Laura Lee's Tequila Rockin' Birds will perform classic rock and blues during Corvette Weekend from 8 p.m. to midnight.

A regular at Wild Wing, they do a fun show and encourage fans to get up and dance.

The band, which has been together for five years, features Laura Lee Montgomerie on vocals, Lorne Scriver on bass and vocals, Brian Jennings on drums and vocals, and Chris Hiney on guitar and vocals. 

Based out of Newmarket and the surrounding area, the band’s sets include songs by Sam Cooke, Etta James, Arc Angels, and Bad Company.


Aug. 23
TooNice will really heat things up with its blend of reggae and ska: a mix of their own music and covers. 

The Wasaga Beach based band has been touring the U.S. and recently opened for Shaggy.

Established five years ago, TooNice is comprised of Johnny TooNice, on vocals, guitar, trombone, cello, Skip TooNice on bass, Cherelle TooNice on vocals and percussion, Shoogs TooNice on keys and RC TooNice on drums. Together they deliver a high-energy, interactive show that promotes positivity and happiness for all ages. They also have a smooth and relaxed sound.


Aug. 30
Hardcover, which plays classic rock is based in Collingwood and Wasaga Beach. The band features John Curtosi, Paul Jones, and Peter Szekeres.

Wild Wing Wasaga Beach is located at 321 Main St. in the Stonebridge Town Centre. Call 705-429-8400.

-Erica Phillips

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Stonebridge Building Group Teams Up For A Cause

The Tutti Frutti Tatas played harder and better this year in the Fifth Annual Saving Second Base Charity Softball Tournament in Hamilton.

For several years the Stonebridge Building Group, under the direction of Mark Crowe, has fielded a team in the tournament, which raises money for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation for awareness, education, and research.

Stonebridge’s team, the Tutti Frutti Tatas consists of various people associated with the company: some even came in from Wasaga Beach to play, cheer and support a great cause.

The soggy Saturday weather didn’t dampen the Tutti Frutti Tatas’ spirits or those of the other 15 teams.

Sunshine on Sunday gave the team some more energy; despite a loss in the consolation bracket, the Tutti Frutti Tatas played their best game ever.

Proceeds from the Saving Second Base Charity Softball Tournament are donated to CIBC Run for the Cure, which supports the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.  For more information, visit

Saturday, July 12, 2014

UPDATE- Wild Wing Rocks July

Whatever the temperature, more than wings are hot at Wild Wing Wasaga Beach in the Stonebridge Town Centre.

Every Saturday this July, Wild Wing will feature live music.

Saturday July 12
On July 12, Tres Hombres, a ZZ top cover band, will rock the patio from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Tres Hombres, the first ZZ Top tribute act in Canada, was formed in 1984. Their style of Texas blues to blues-rock provides fans with a unique experience.

The lineup features Jon E. Walker (lead guitar and vocals), Al Sare (bass and lead vocals) and Phil Michael (drums).

“We still wear trademark hats and sunglasses, and try to capture the unique sound and feel of a ZZ Top concert,” Walker says.

Saturday July 19
Marlene Clarke and the Experience play classic rock from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Saturday July 26
Sing your heart out at Hugo’s Karaoke Party from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. According to Hugo Pangilinan, the most popular songs among Wild Wing visitors are:
“Mustang Sally”, by Wilson Pickett
“Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” by Shania Twain
“Crazy” by Patsy Cline
 “Picture” by Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow
Anything by Elvis Presley
Country classics.

Wild Wing Wasaga Beach is located at 321 Main St. at River Road West in the Stonebridge Town Centre. Visit http://www.stonebridgetowncentre.com StonebridgeTownCentre.

-Erica Phillips