The F-Holes

The F-Holes are out of Winnipeg and have played Regina a number of times before, both under their original name and with old-tyme blues and country singer Little Miss Higgins as the Winnipeg Five. Their music defies easy categorization, as it encompasses a bled of blues, jazz, country and rock.

Tonight they’re in town to play a show at the Lancaster Taphouse in south-west Regina. To give you a sense of what they’re like here’s video from a few years ago of the band performing “Something Good” at the Festival du Voyager in Winnipeg:

Author: Gregory Beatty

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2 thoughts on “The F-Holes”

  1. According to the dictionary an “F hole” is the curlicued hole cut into the front of a stringed instrument like a guitar or a violin. It apparently helps the instrument project sound.

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