Kelly Gale

The Georgian Bay Club is pleased once again to present Kelly Gale as part of our 2022-2023 Weekend Dining Program. Kelly is an accomplished pianist with a truly unique writing style and sultry smooth alto tone to her voice. She has performed for capacity crowds across Canada and throughout Europe both as a soloist and with renowned orchestras.

Kelly's first Juno submission "You Don't Know Me" in 2009 followed her very successful 2004 CD "Christmas in Nova Scotia". The title track “Everything I Need This Christmas” was selected by Universal Music for their compilation CD “A Canadian Christmas 3” along with such great Canadian artists as Bryan Adams, Diana Krall, Bruce Cockburn and Ann Murray. You will no doubt hear this song over the holiday season on various radio stations. 

In addition to being an accomplished artist, Kelly was in the studio recently  recording a new Christmas CD titled "Little Old Me & My Christmas Tree", which is a blend of original songs and a few Holiday favourites. 

To visit with Kelly and "Kelly Gale Creative", please click here.   

The GBC is proud to once again welcome Kelly to the Club for our 2022-2023 Weekend Dining season... Thank you Kelly!


Danny Weis

The Club was thrilled to welcome famed guitarist Danny Weis back to the Club for the 2019-2020 season. You may remember Danny being with us some years ago when we first began our Weekend Winter Dining Program. Danny has more recently returned to the area, and graciously agreed to join us last season. Thank you Danny! We look forward to having Danny join us again in the future.


Raised in San Diego, California, Danny was taught guitar by his father Johnny Weis, a well-known country jazz guitarist. At their home, legendary jazz guitar great Barney Kessel was frequently found jamming and trading guitar licks in the living room with Danny and his dad. These early influences formed the foundation of Danny’s strong sense of melody, bluesy lines, and the unique funky rhythmic style that defines his trademark guitar sound.


At just 18 Danny co-founded Iron Butterfly and caught the eye of Elektra Records producer Paul Rothchild, who presented Danny with an offer to join super group Rhinoceros. He accepted and went on to record three albums with the group and co-wrote their instrumental hit Apricot Brandy.


Danny was the musical director and performed in the movie The Rose, starring Bette Midler, for which he received gold and platinum American Music Awards. In 2005, Marshmellow Records recorded and released Danny’s first solo project Sweet Spot, which features an exciting mix of smooth jazz, funk and R & B originals. 


Now living in the Georgian Bay area once again, Danny is kept busy in his studio writing, arranging and recording his own projects as well as recording and performing with other Canadian, US and International artists.


The GBC was pleased to have Danny with us last season and we hope to have Danny back in the future!

Thank you Danny.