Jeff Brunet & Alkaline Entertainment CASH in at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario – August 6, 2012

Jeff Brunet & Alkaline Entertainment CASH in at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario – August 6, 2012

CFN – It was a balmy night in Cornwall Ontario that saw the venerable old Port Theater host its first live event in over 60 years as Jeff Brunet of Alkaline Entertainment delivered Ring of Fire – A Johnny Cash Experience.

Over 350 people lined Montreal Road as they attended the concert which was licensed thanks to Remington’s.

It was double trouble for Brunet as he packed up the band and delivered them to Lancaster Park where they played to an even larger house the next night!

He’s loving Andy Vickers (Johnny Cash) and his band so much that he’s now repping the band!

It was awesome!  I’m blown away at how great The Port was as a venue and I’m hoping to bring more shows this year!  Cornwall Rocks!

Brunet also singled out Councilor Maurice Dupelle for attending and supporting the Venue.      And that’s what it all was about as many in Cornwall are hoping to save the old Theatre and revitalize it.   Already the roof has been fixed; ceiling repaired.

I want to see it painted and that Marquee light up again!

You have to hand it to everyone that made the event a total success and brightened up a Friday night in Cornwall Ontario!

Pictures and files from Jacqueline Milner of image-inephotography.com .

Flowers Cornwall

3 Responses to "Jeff Brunet & Alkaline Entertainment CASH in at The Port Theatre in Cornwall Ontario – August 6, 2012"

  1. maurice dupelle   August 6, 2012 at 6:19 PM

    I was very happy to support the efforts to restore the Port while enjoying the evening out with my mother who is a Johnny Cash fan and the show was excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great job Jeff Cornwall needs more entertainment shows like this one.

  2. Truth   August 6, 2012 at 6:22 PM

    The Standard Freeholder Hits NEW LOW

    Story about son of local doctor is so lacking in detail
    the “kid” is accused of stealing millions

    The Daily paper which always seems to protect Cornwall elite
    talks to his father…who claims its all due to “medical Problems”
    Unreal how the powerful in this area get taken care

    Why do I always have to find out the real details at the Cornwall
    Free news or outside media organizations.
    Its like a plague in this city
    Ottawa Citizen
    OTTAWA — A 32-year-old Ottawa man police accuse of posing as a lawyer allegedly defrauded his clients of almost $2 million.

    Neil Shah, 32, who also goes by the name Deep Singh Shah, is charged with two counts of fraud over $5,000, two counts of possession of property obtained by crime, two counts of laundering proceeds of crime, forgery, and uttering a forged document

    Read more: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/posed+lawyer+defrauded+clients+nearly+million+police/6981921/story.html#ixzz22oLZLLSB

    Freeholder Try digging a little harder of course they close comments on all stories as of 7.30pm today..
    Ottawa police are investigating possible Cornwall victims in a fraud case that involves a man alleged to have posed as a lawyer.

    Police in Ottawa have charged Neil Shah, who is the son of prominent Cornwall doctor Nat Shah, for allegedly posing as a lawyer.

    He faces fraud and other charges, according to police.

    Shah, also known as Deep Singh Shah, represented at least two different clients.

    But investigators believe there may be other victims, including in the Cornwall area, according to Ottawa Police Det. Tracy Turpin.

    “Unfortunately, we don’t have a lot of information,” she said.

  3. Peter McBride   August 7, 2012 at 11:36 AM

    NEW documentary featuring JOHNNY CASH!
    MY FATHER AND THE MAN IN BLACK gives us a glimpse into the untold story of the “bad boy”, his manager, and a son searching for his father in the shadow of a legend.
    Check out the trailer now! http://youtu.be/jtovAxxPo2Q

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