An Edmonton based singer/songwriter; Bob Jahrig has been involved in the Alberta music scene for a number of years. His debut CD, Tree Tops, was released in 2002 and produced by local musician producer Shannon Johnson. Tree Tops received critical acclaim and extensive airplay on CKUA and CBC. It was chosen by a panel of CKUA announcers as one of the top 20 recordings of 2002.

Bob has been a concert performer at folk venues across Alberta and teaches songwriting to youths as an instructor at Youthwrite, a summer camp run by the Writer’s Guild of Alberta and recently as a writer in residence at elementary schools.

In addition to folk venues in Edmonton, Calgary and outlying areas, Bob performed at the Edmonton Folk Festival in 2003 and had one of his songs scored by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in 2004. He has opened for such musical luminaries as Ian Tyson, Tim O’Brien and Bill Bourne.

Bob’s songwriting reveals his love of language, melody and a search for beauty in the human spirit and the natural world. His unique guitar style and unforgettable voice complement a poetic lyricism. His inspiration comes from family, his hobby as an amateur astronomer and the wilderness he experienced growing up in northern Ontario, Alaska and Alberta.

Bob has just released his second CD, Colour of the Moon, produced by local musician/producer Mike Lent and featuring the talents of Lyle Molzan, Russ Broom, Kent Sangster, Marc Ladouceur, Jessica Heine, Anna Somerville and Shannon Johnson as well as many others.



!!Concert at the Northern Lights Folk Club!!

Concert at the Northern Lights Folk Club:
Saturday, Feb.07

Bob Jahrig will be joined by Marc Ladouceur, showcasing songs from Bob's latest CD 'Colour of the Moon'

Come in outta the cold to hear Bob '...deliver his poetic lyrics with an easy going and rhythmic melody that leaves his audience feeling warm and satisfied.'

Where: Queen Alexandra Community Hall, 10425 University Ave.

When: Saturday, Feb.07 - - - Doors open at 7 pm. - - - Concerts start at 8 pm.
Concerts are non-smoking; food and beverages are available.
Concerts traditionally showcase an opening performer
followed by our featured artist(s).

Tickets: $18 adv & $22 door

Tickets can be purchased from the following outlets:

Note: Service charges may apply at ticket outlets.

For shows at our regular venue (Queen Alexandra Community Hall):