Often we associate urban areas as a place for business opportunities.  That certainly was the case for Jonas Bonetta.  As a singer-songwriter, performing as Evening Hymns, Jonas found living in Toronto a good way to become part of the Canadian Indie music scene.  However, Jonas wanted to move back to a rural community and has relocated to Mountain Grove.  He has since found that his rural location for his recording studio, Port William Sound, has provided him with an opportunity to record, free from distraction and has provided a great venue for other artists to become inspired. You can read about his story in the latest issue of the Frontenac CFDC  newsletter  https://frontenaccfdc.com/newsletters/