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Tonight at 10pm (Saturday, September 23rd, 2017)


Monk's Music

Monk's Music

Tomorrow at 6pm (Sunday, September 24th, 2017)

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Michael Davidson (vibraphone)


Michael Davidson
Michael Davidson is a Toronto-based vibraphonist in the improvised, jazz, and creative music scene.

He works with many of the active jazz and improvised music players in Toronto including: David Occhipinti, Nick Fraser, Brodie West, Ryan Driver, Rob Clutton, David French, Harley Card, Andrew Downing, Alex Goodman, Jim Vivian, Darren Sigesmund, Ethan Ardelli, Fabio Ragnelli, Felicity Williams, Dan Fortin, Jon Maharaj, Allison Au, Rebecca Hennessy, David Braid, and Michael Herring.

Michael leads a chamber jazz septet with cello, voice, bass clarinet, vibraphone, alto sax, double bass, and drums, which is his main compositional outlet.

He also co-leads the chamber jazz quartet Hobson's Choice, who in the words of CBC's The Signal host Laurie Brown,

"...has made a unique contribution to the Canadian scene with their debut album (of the waves). Just when I think I have the sound pegged, they switch things up."

Michael approaches improvising with passion and stunning sensitivity, as well as Monk-like wit. He is an active composer in the realm of jazz, and his inventive compositions are featured in The Michael Davidson Septet, and Hobson's Choice.

He has been composing seriously since 2001 and has received funding from The TAC, The OAC, and The CCFTA for his original projects. Recently, Michael composed and recorded a film score for the BravoFact film, "She Sings for Me."

His compositions have received praise from esteemed Canadian jazz drummer/ composer Barry Elmes,

"Not only are his songs creative and well crafted, each one has a story to tell."

Michael is also a devoted educator through his work at Humber College in the jazz program.

You can hear Michael playing around Toronto with The Michael Davidson Septet, Hobson's Choice, Pocket Camera, Monk's Music, The Dan Fortin Quartet, Bedroom, df md df trio, Ben Gunning, and Ryan Driver. These ensembles represent the diversity of Michael's musical interests, spanning from contemporary jazz to chamber to improvised. Both his original material and his interpretation of standard repertoire are evocative and communicative with the intensity of someone who, while madly in love with the tradition, has something new to say.


Somewhere There presents Cassidy Cawthray Neufeld

Somewhere There presents Cassidy Cawthray Neufeld

Tomorrow Night at 8:30pm (Sunday, September 24th, 2017)

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Bruce Cassidy (E.V.I./trumpet), Chris Cawthray (drums), Paul Neufeld (keyboard)


Bruce Cassidy
In the early 70's Bruce Cassidy played trumpet with several famous Canadian groups such as The Boss Brass, Lighthouse, and Dr. Music. After a stint as a faculty member of the Humber College Music Program Bruce embarked on a world tour as a featured soloist, arranger, composer and musical director with Blood Sweat and Tears.

This lead him to a long residency in Johannesburg, South Africa where he immersed himself in it's rich music culture and explored many creative and musical endeavours becoming one of the most influential and prolific composer/producers in the country and amassing a huge list of credits in many music genres.

As well he became a pioneer on a new musical instrument the EVI (electric valve instrument). Bruce has made his long awaited return to his native Canada putting together his new ensemble that is a feast for the ears featuring an exciting group of musicians that has a growing anticipation from friends and music folk who can't wait to come and hear them.

Paul Neufeld
Paul has been on the international music scene since 1995 with the release of his first recordings, and first major award – a Juno for Best Contemporary Jazz Album. Since then he has been given five Juno nominations, two Vibe Awards, a Jazz Report award, a National Jazz award. His activities have included NOJO
(Neufeld-Occhipinti Jazz Orchestra), Rhythm & Truth, Paul Neufeld Group and many more ensembles, international, Canadian and American touring.

Primarily a keyboardist, Paul performs on piano, Hammond organ, and a collection of vintage and modern keyboards. His side career as a tuba and sousaphone player has taken him in some directions that keyboard players don't get to go.

Paul's influences are wide and his range of activity nearly matches. He was an adolescent music hound that soaked up pre-war blues and modern orchestra music along with Afro-beat, reggae, jazz, and rock, and everything else that came in the path. He has spent his adult life trying to sort it all out and use it.

Subsequently we have bands dedicated to different angles of that pursuit. NOJO is the most wide ranging with its sound moving from Fela Kuti to Charles Ives and many other areas. Rhythm & Truth can be a traditional New Orleans brass band, a rocking Gospel shout, or straight up soul-jazz. The PN Group has recorded an album of African-American Spirituals but might do a night of Paul's originals and move from jazz to reggae, or a night of Duke Ellington. Polskatonic? Polkas, ska, and classic rock. The PN Society Orchestra - could be the orchestra of the Paul Neufeld Society or it could be PN's Society Orchestra, either way it plays chamber music and ragtime. Then there is the

electric stuff, Triodes especially. All in all, a lot of activity and still he always says there are too many ideas and not enough time and energy to do them all.

Composing, teaching, and performing, Paul lives with his family north of Toronto. He has written music for TV, film, and theatre and played on many albums by other artists in addition to the ten CDs of his own.

Chris Cawthray
Chris Cawthray is a creative drummer/percussionist based in Toronto, Canada with over 20 years experience as a performer and composer. In addition to leading his own groups, he is currently working as a sideman with artists such as southern roots/avant-garde legend Col. Bruce Hampton, new music/jazz master saxophonist Glen Hall, slide guitarist Dan Walsh’s Passive Resistors, and singer/songwriter/ukelele-ist Neil Gerster.

Somewhere There
Somewhere There is a collective of Toronto-based musicians who present, support, and celebrate creative music-making.


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Smith/Steinwall/Farrar/Miller Quartet

Smith/Steinwall/Farrar/Miller Quartet

Monday Evening at 7pm (Monday, September 25th, 2017)

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Patrick Smith (saxophone), Emily Steinwall (saxophone), Hayden Farrar (bass), Andrew Miller (drums)


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Trevor Hogg Quartet

Trevor Hogg Quartet

Monday Night at 9:30pm (Monday, September 25th, 2017)

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Trevor Hogg (saxophone)


Trevor Hogg
Trevor Hogg is a saxophonist based in Toronto. He performs most frequently with the group Peripheral Vision (Don Scott, Michael Herring, Nick Fraser) and his own group (David Braid, Jon Maharaj, Nick Fraser) but has also played with Tara Davidson, Kelly Jefferson, Harley Card, Steve Wallace, Richard Whiteman, Kieran Overs, Kenji Omae, David Smith, and others.


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Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #33

Next Week: Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 at 8pm


Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Next Week: Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 at 9pm

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Peter Boyd (guitar/voice), Noah Zacharin (guitar/voice)


Peter Boyd
Peter Boyd has been a songwriter for over thirty years. Drawing on gospel and blues from Chicago all the way back to the Delta and re-invented upside-down-and-backwards, Peter's songs are a sepia-tinged glimpse into his messy, not-fully-developed soul where faith has as much a chance as folly to send you careening into the abyss.

Peter's new CD 'Beulahland' is garnering great reviews, most recently a rave from Greg Quill in the Toronto Star - "stunning and powerful blues-rooted original songs and astonishing guitar wizardry. Among the best of the year's roots/blues crop."

Noah Zacharin
Noah Zacharin was born in Montreal and resides in Toronto. He was given his first guitar at age 9, wrote his first song at 13, began performing at 14, and is happy to say that he still loves playing music. He has been called "a wonderful songwriter and performer, and stunning guitarist" (Paul Mills, Borealis Records, Producer (Stan Rogers, Oscar Peterson), a "wonderful, adventurous guitarist" (Blues Bytes), "a poet, a songwriter, a singer we have been waiting for" (Penny Lang), "a great guitarist/singer/songwriter...a wonderfully musical player" (Randy Finney, President and Founder Toronto Fingerstyle Guitarist's Association), "in a league of his own" (Brian Gladstone, AD Winterfolk Festival), "one of the best songwriters this country has produced" (the late great Rick Fielding, recording artist, radio host) and "deserving to be mentioned in the same breath with names such as James Taylor and David Wilcox" (Minor 7th).

Zacharin's recordings have garnered praise from fans and critics alike. silence spoken here (1997) was called "an understated classic...musical versatility and lyrical depth" (Xpress-Ottawa); Scene Roots and Blues dubbed aLIVE! (2000) "a real gem"; and a review of crow dark wind (2001) in Minor 7th elicited the following: "like Bruce Cockburn, Ry Cooder, and Bonnie Raitt, Noah Zacharin possesses a virtuoso command of the guitar...world-wise songwriting."


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Mandy Lagan

Mandy Lagan

Next Week: Thursday, September 28th, 2017 at 9pm

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Mandy Lagan (voice), Kim Ratcliffe (guitar), Jim Vivian (bass), Nick Fraser (drums)


Mandy Lagan
Mandy was born in England and raised in Ridgetown, a small town in southwestern Ontario. She studied piano with her mother who was a piano teacher and sang in various choirs. She eventually picked up a guitar and learned some chords so she could accompany herself singing songs she knew, as well as work on her own writing. After graduating from Mohawk College Music Department Mandy went to McMaster University and got her B.A. in music. She began taking herself seriously as a singer in 1990 when she moved out of Hamilton and into Toronto and formed a band in order to work on some of her favourite music as well as her own writing. In 2002 she released her first CD, "I Thought About You", a collection of jazz standards and two originals. In 2003 she released her second CD, "You See Me", a selection of five jazz standards and five originals. she has been performing around Ontario at various venues and festivals, working with some of Canada's finest, David Braid, Nancy Walker, Dave Restivo, Keiran Overs, Jim Vivian, Barry Romberg, Kevin Dempsey, David Occhipinti, Andrew Downing, Kevin Turcotte, to mention a few. Her latest project is "Verses" for which she received financial support from the Canada Council for the Arts and The Ontario Arts Council.


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DJ

Next Friday at 10pm (Friday, September 29th, 2017)


Django Futuro

Django Futuro

Next Saturday at 7pm (Saturday, September 30th, 2017)

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Django Futuro


Django Futuro
Django Futuro is a collective of professional musicians in Toronto, passionate about the exciting and intoxicating world of gypsy swing music and dancing. Made up of a diverse group of musicians, dancers and actors, Django Futuro strives to take you fully back in time, when the rhythm of the guitar was unceasing and the magic charm of the dance club was commonplace.


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15th Ever Eucher Night

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 at 7:30pm


 

SureFire Sweat

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 at 9pm

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John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 9pm

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John-Wayne Swingtet, Wayne Nakamura (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass), John Farrell (guitar)


John-Wayne Swingtet
The John-Wayne Swingtet is comprised of four members of the Toronto Gypsy Jazz scene. John Farrell (guitar) and Abbey Sholzberg are original members of Toronto's first Hot Club band, Club Django Toronto. Wayne Nakamura (guitar) is the host of Toronto's most established Gypsy Jazz jam, The Hot Club of Corktown. Alexander Tikhonov (clarinet) has received his designation as "Master of the Clarinet" back in his native Russia. Together these four play the music of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Fats Waller, Hank Williams, and the list goes on...


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DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics

Saturday, October 7th, 2017 at 10pm


Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis

Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis

Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 at 9pm

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Peter Boyd (guitar/voice)


Peter Boyd
Peter Boyd has been a songwriter for over thirty years. Drawing on gospel and blues from Chicago all the way back to the Delta and re-invented upside-down-and-backwards, Peter's songs are a sepia-tinged glimpse into his messy, not-fully-developed soul where faith has as much a chance as folly to send you careening into the abyss.

Peter's new CD 'Beulahland' is garnering great reviews, most recently a rave from Greg Quill in the Toronto Star - "stunning and powerful blues-rooted original songs and astonishing guitar wizardry. Among the best of the year's roots/blues crop."


More About Peter Boyd


Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

Thursday, October 12th, 2017 at 9pm

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Bossa Tres, Victor Monsiváis (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)


Bossa Tres
Bossa Três has been performing Bossa Nova and Brazilian Samba classics, as well as a variety of Brazilian rarities and original material since 2001. Their repertoire draws from the greatest of the Brazilian composers and performers like Ary Barroso, Dorival Caymmi, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendoça, João Gilberto, Chico Buarque and Caetano Veloso.

Bossa Três leader Victor Monsivais: vocalist, songwriter, guitarist; has been playing and singing Bossa Nova for over forty years, in particular the music of Antônio Carlos Jobim who, along with Thelonious Monk and Jimmy Van Heusen, is one of his favorite composers. The Trio consists of Victor, who sings Jobim's songs in their original Portuguese versions and plays the guitar with the true Bossa beat; bassist Frank Sants who plays a deep and mellow-toned bass, and drummer/percussionist Federico Monsivais who plays with a soft, classical feel, yet, with the attack and syncopation of authentic Latin rhythm.

The rarely heard hard-smooth Brazilian and Latin percussion of Bossa Três recreates the atmosphere of a quiet night in Copacabana... the mood of a Carnival in Bahia...a hot Tropicana session in La Habana, or the romance of a classical jazz evening. Bossa Três' performances bring life to the pieces they play, creating an aura of "alegría and saudade" which are the two basic ingredients of Brazilian music. Bossa Três often appears as a quartet or quintet featuring talented guest musicians, this evening, pianist Dan Farrell and Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute player Brendan Cassidy, both a perfect fit to Jobim's music and long time Victor's associates, will be joining the ensemble.

Many have said that listening to Bossa Três is like being transported to a warm evening in Rio De Janeiro in the fifties…


More About Bossa Tres


 

DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul

Friday, October 13th, 2017 at 10pm


 

8th Ever Emmet Ray Trivia Night

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 7:30pm


Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 9pm

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Ed Vokurka (violin), John Fletcher (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)


Ed Vokurka
Violinist Ed Vokurka's music is a unique blend of European classicism and North American Swing. He possesses a lyricism rarely found in a jazz violinist. In his eclectic approach to jazz, Ed is uniquely providing a missing link between his original classical training and the jazz world, which he embraces so passionately!


More About Ed Vokurka


 

Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #34

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 at 8pm


Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 at 9pm

PWYC

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice), Noah Zacharin (guitar/voice)


Peter Boyd
Peter Boyd has been a songwriter for over thirty years. Drawing on gospel and blues from Chicago all the way back to the Delta and re-invented upside-down-and-backwards, Peter's songs are a sepia-tinged glimpse into his messy, not-fully-developed soul where faith has as much a chance as folly to send you careening into the abyss.

Peter's new CD 'Beulahland' is garnering great reviews, most recently a rave from Greg Quill in the Toronto Star - "stunning and powerful blues-rooted original songs and astonishing guitar wizardry. Among the best of the year's roots/blues crop."

Noah Zacharin
Noah Zacharin was born in Montreal and resides in Toronto. He was given his first guitar at age 9, wrote his first song at 13, began performing at 14, and is happy to say that he still loves playing music. He has been called "a wonderful songwriter and performer, and stunning guitarist" (Paul Mills, Borealis Records, Producer (Stan Rogers, Oscar Peterson), a "wonderful, adventurous guitarist" (Blues Bytes), "a poet, a songwriter, a singer we have been waiting for" (Penny Lang), "a great guitarist/singer/songwriter...a wonderfully musical player" (Randy Finney, President and Founder Toronto Fingerstyle Guitarist's Association), "in a league of his own" (Brian Gladstone, AD Winterfolk Festival), "one of the best songwriters this country has produced" (the late great Rick Fielding, recording artist, radio host) and "deserving to be mentioned in the same breath with names such as James Taylor and David Wilcox" (Minor 7th).

Zacharin's recordings have garnered praise from fans and critics alike. silence spoken here (1997) was called "an understated classic...musical versatility and lyrical depth" (Xpress-Ottawa); Scene Roots and Blues dubbed aLIVE! (2000) "a real gem"; and a review of crow dark wind (2001) in Minor 7th elicited the following: "like Bruce Cockburn, Ry Cooder, and Bonnie Raitt, Noah Zacharin possesses a virtuoso command of the guitar...world-wise songwriting."


More About Peter Boyd

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DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul

Friday, October 27th, 2017 at 10pm


Django Futuro

Django Futuro

Saturday, October 28th, 2017 at 7pm

PWYC

Django Futuro


Django Futuro
Django Futuro is a collective of professional musicians in Toronto, passionate about the exciting and intoxicating world of gypsy swing music and dancing. Made up of a diverse group of musicians, dancers and actors, Django Futuro strives to take you fully back in time, when the rhythm of the guitar was unceasing and the magic charm of the dance club was commonplace.


More About Django Futuro


John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 at 9pm

PWYC

John-Wayne Swingtet, Wayne Nakamura (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass), John Farrell (guitar)


John-Wayne Swingtet
The John-Wayne Swingtet is comprised of four members of the Toronto Gypsy Jazz scene. John Farrell (guitar) and Abbey Sholzberg are original members of Toronto's first Hot Club band, Club Django Toronto. Wayne Nakamura (guitar) is the host of Toronto's most established Gypsy Jazz jam, The Hot Club of Corktown. Alexander Tikhonov (clarinet) has received his designation as "Master of the Clarinet" back in his native Russia. Together these four play the music of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Fats Waller, Hank Williams, and the list goes on...


More About John-Wayne Swingtet


 

DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics

Saturday, November 4th, 2017 at 10pm

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Sep 17 Daniel Diaz Quartet Daniel Diaz Quartet Alexandre Francoeur Alexandre Francoeur 18 Four Letter Words (Chicago) Four Letter Words (Chicago) Morgan Childs' Soul Jazz Quartet Morgan Childs' Soul Jazz Quartet 19 8th Ever Emmet Ray Over Easy Trivia Night 20 The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal 21 Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin 22 DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul 23 DJ
Sep 24 Monk's Music Monk's Music Somewhere There presents Cassidy Cawthray Neufeld Somewhere There presents Cassidy Cawthray Neufeld 25 Smith/Steinwall/Farrar/Miller Quartet Smith/Steinwall/Farrar/Miller Quartet Trevor Hogg Quartet Trevor Hogg Quartet 26 Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #33 27 Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin 28 Mandy Lagan Mandy Lagan 29 DJ 30 Django Futuro Django Futuro
Oct 1 2 3 15th Ever Eucher Night 4 SureFire Sweat 5 John-Wayne Swingtet John-Wayne Swingtet 6 DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae 7 DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics
Oct 8 9 10 11 Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis 12 Bossa Tres Bossa Tres 13 DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul 14
Oct 15 16 17 8th Ever Emmet Ray Trivia Night 18 19 Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin 20 DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae 21
Oct 22 23 24 Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #34 25 Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin 26 27 DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul 28 Django Futuro Django Futuro
Oct 29 30 31 Nov 1 2 John-Wayne Swingtet John-Wayne Swingtet 3 DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae 4 DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics
Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

2 days ago (Thursday, September 21st, 2017)

Ed Vokurka (violin), John Fletcher (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)

Links: More About Ed Vokurka


The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal

The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal

3 days ago (Wednesday, September 20th, 2017)

The Sonny Balcones

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Morgan Childs' Soul Jazz Quartet

Morgan Childs' Soul Jazz Quartet

5 days ago (Monday, September 18th, 2017)

Morgan Childs (drums)

Links: More About Morgan Childs


Four Letter Words (Chicago)

Four Letter Words (Chicago)

5 days ago (Monday, September 18th, 2017)

Four Letter Words, Jake Wark (saxophone), Matt Piet (piano), Bill Harris (drums)

Links: More About Four Letter Words


Alexandre Francoeur

Alexandre Francoeur

6 days ago (Sunday, September 17th, 2017)

Alexandre Francoeur (saxophone)


Daniel Diaz Quartet

Daniel Diaz Quartet

6 days ago (Sunday, September 17th, 2017)

Daniel Diaz (bass)


Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

9 days ago (Thursday, September 14th, 2017)

Bossa Tres, Victor Monsiváis (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass)

Links: More About Bossa Tres


Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis

Peter Boyd & The Mutant Mariachis

10 days ago (Wednesday, September 13th, 2017)

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice)

Links: More About Peter Boyd


Magpie, Stan Simon, A. Dyjecinski

Magpie, Stan Simon, A. Dyjecinski

11 days ago (Tuesday, September 12th, 2017)

Magpie, Stan Simon (voice/guitar), A. Dyjecinski (voice/guitar)

Links: More About Magpie


Riverrun

Riverrun

12 days ago (Monday, September 11th, 2017)

Riverrun

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Chris Platt

Chris Platt

12 days ago (Monday, September 11th, 2017)

Chris Platt (guitar), Phill Albert (bass), Robin Claxton (drums)

Links: More About Chris Platt


Tune Town

Tune Town

13 days ago (Sunday, September 10th, 2017)

Kelly Jefferson (saxophone), Artie Roth (bass), Ernesto Cervini (drums)

Links: More About Artie Roth, More About Kelly Jefferson, More About Ernesto Cervini


Monk's Music

Monk's Music

13 days ago (Sunday, September 10th, 2017)

Michael Davidson (vibraphone)


John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

16 days ago (Thursday, September 7th, 2017)

John-Wayne Swingtet, Wayne Nakamura (guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass), John Farrell (guitar)

Links: More About John-Wayne Swingtet


Robert Chapman

Robert Chapman

17 days ago (Wednesday, September 6th, 2017)

Robert Chapman (guitar)

Links: More About Robert Chapman


Michael Herring Quartet

Michael Herring Quartet

19 days ago (Monday, September 4th, 2017)

Michael Herring (bass)

Links: More About Michael Herring


Lake Affect

Lake Affect

19 days ago (Monday, September 4th, 2017)

Ashley Urquhart (piano), Alex Fournier (bass), Stefan Hegerat (drums)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Ashley Urquhart, More About Alex Fournier, More About Stefan Hegerat


Jesse Malone Quintet

Jesse Malone Quintet

20 days ago (Sunday, September 3rd, 2017)

Jesse Malone (trumpet)

Links: More About Jesse Malone


Jump featuring Dave Neill

Jump featuring Dave Neill

23 days ago (Thursday, August 31st, 2017)

Jump, Dave Neill (saxophone), John Nicholson (saxophone), Brandon Wall (guitar), Liam Gallagher (bass), Andrew Miller (drums)


Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

24 days ago (Wednesday, August 30th, 2017)

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice), Noah Zacharin (guitar/voice)

Links: More About Peter Boyd, More About Noah Zacharin


Karl Silveira Quartet

Karl Silveira Quartet

26 days ago (Monday, August 28th, 2017)

Karl Silveira (trombone)

Links: More About Karl Silveira


W!RED

W!RED

26 days ago (Monday, August 28th, 2017)

Nathan Corr (guitar), Peter Eratostene (bass), Kenneth Wong (drums)

Links: More About Nathan Corr


Virginia McDonald Quartet

Virginia McDonald Quartet

27 days ago (Sunday, August 27th, 2017)

Virginia McDonald (clarinet)


Django Futuro

Django Futuro

28 days ago (Saturday, August 26th, 2017)

Django Futuro

Links: More About Django Futuro


James Bayford

James Bayford

about 1 month ago (Thursday, August 24th, 2017)

James Bayford (saxophone/clarinet)


24 Karret

24 Karret

about 1 month ago (Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017)

Katie Mowat (piano)

Links: More About Katie Mowat


Matt Newton Quartet feat. Ted Crosby

Matt Newton Quartet feat. Ted Crosby

about 1 month ago (Monday, August 21st, 2017)

Matt Newton (piano), Ted Crosby (saxophone), Daniel Fortin (bass), Ethan Ardelli (drums)

Links: More About Matt Newton


George Crotty Trio

George Crotty Trio

about 1 month ago (Monday, August 21st, 2017)

George Crotty (cello), Hayden Farrar (bass), Andrew Miller (drums)

Links: Facebook Event, More About George Crotty