Peace Songwriters Group

The Peace Songwriters is a group of songwriters, musicians, and poets who share in a Songwriters’ Circle once a month in Dawson Creek, BC. People of all ages and any musical genre are welcome.

Members of the Peace Region Songwriters often perform at Coffeehouses, local music festivals, the annual “Place At the Table” Christmas Concert, and individually at community fundraisers, talent shows, and other varied events.

Songwriters’ Circles are on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at Faking Sanity on the corner of 9th Street and 103rd Avenue, Dawson Creek.

Open Mic Coffeehouses are held on the last Saturday of the month (except in June, July, August and December). Doors open at 6:30, starts at 7.

If you are interested in any aspect of our group, please join the group and leave a post – and please stay tuned for upcoming events.

Meetings/Songrwiting Circles take place at Faking Sanity (corner of 9th Street and 103rd Avenue, Dawson Creek) the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 7:30pm. Open to any songwriters or aspiring songwriters offering songwriters an opportunity to meet, jam, share experiences, learn new techniques, and support and mentor each other.  They welcome songwriters of all genres, ages, and levels of experience. This group offers a safe, supportive atmosphere where writers and musicians can meet, jam, perform, share experiences, mentor each other, and just have fun.

They host a monthly COFFEE HOUSE the last Saturday of the month (except June – August, November & December) at “Faking Sanity” from 6:30 – 9:30pm.  Open Mic takes place throughout the evening including music and spoken word. Open to all genres of music and skill levels. Admission by donation.

Contact: prsongwritersassoc@yahoo.ca

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Karen McGowan performing at the Coffee House on March 25th. Photo credit Bea Rutledge

Karen McGowan performing at the Coffee House on March 25th. Photo credit Bea Rutledge

Sound Technician - Ian Munro

Barb Munro gives an acoustic set on March 28, 2015. Photo credit Bea Rutledge

Barb Munro gives an acoustic set on March 28, 2015. Photo credit Bea Rutledge