Canada's Rock 'n' Roll Legend, Bobby Curtola, is now a frequent visitor to Brandon's Cantina - a private haven for musicians living in the area or for road musicians just passing through. The Cantina was built ten years ago by university professor Ken Daniels, bass player, singer, music aficionado, and generous host to the countless musicians who have visited this unique establishment. The Cantina is filled with an amazing collection of sound and lighting equipment, instruments and computers, as well as memorabilia from the far corners of the world. The most unique feature of this musician's retreat, however, is its construction: the walls of the building are made of straw bales covered with stucco -- all done in the style of a Mexican adobe cantina.
Bobby Curtola passed away on June 4, 2016.
Our Memories of Bobby are featured on our
BOBBY CURTOLA TRIBUTE SITE
Bill, Ray, Robert and Bobby - Cantina finale
The Cantina jammers with the autographed stage piece they had just fallen through
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Jammin' with Bobby At The Cantina
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