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Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Tonight at 9pm (Thursday, January 18th, 2018)

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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!


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DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae

Tomorrow Night at 10pm (Friday, January 19th, 2018)


 

Dolly mixtapes post punk to Disco motown

Saturday Night at 10pm (Saturday, January 20th, 2018)


Alex Lakusta Trio Residency

Alex Lakusta Trio Residency

Sunday Evening at 6pm (Sunday, January 21st, 2018)

PWYC

Alex Lakusta (bass)


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Somewhere There presents: The Pineapple

Somewhere There presents: The Pineapple

Sunday Night at 8:30pm (Sunday, January 21st, 2018)

PWYC

Alex Fournier (bass), Rob Grieve (guitar), Karen Ng (saxophone)


Rob Grieve
Rob is a professional guitar player and composer from the prairies of Canada who currently resides in Toronto. He has his Bachelor's in Jazz Performance from the University of Toronto and his Diploma in Contemporary Music Performance from Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton.

Rob has performed with such artists as Aoife O'Donovan, Donny McCaslin, Tim Hagans, Tim Reis, Nick Fraser, and D-Sisive. He regularly (or semi-regularly) performs in Toronto with his own groups Blastronaut, The Bandit Kids, and Rob Grieve and the Broken Teeth.

Alex Fournier
Alex Fournier began his musical career playing electric bass in hopes of joining up with a rock band being started at his high school. He soon progressed to the upright bass and went on to play in his high school jazz band. Since then he has focused primarily on the upright, balancing his interests between jazz, classical and contemporary music. He also have been a featured performer for Koerner Hall's private and postlude events. Alex has learned a great deal helping to build and manage groups around the Toronto scene, including his own quartet "Baker's Triio" and the guitar trio "Money House".

Karen Ng
Saxophonist Karen Ng has performed across Europe, Asia, the USA, and Canada with Do Make Say Think, Juno Award winning group the Happiness Project, and the Woodshed Orchestra. Deeply involved with Toronto's improvising community, she has appeared with the Woodchoppers Association, Hamid Drake, Interstellar Orchestra, Clarinet Panic, See Through Trio, Ken Aldcroft's Convergence Ensemble and THREADS Quintet, and many more.

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


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Caleb Borsboom Quartet

Caleb Borsboom Quartet

Next Week: Monday, January 22nd, 2018 at 7pm

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Caleb Borsboom (flute/saxophone), Ben McLean (guitar), Liam Mackay (guitar), Felix Fox-pappas (keyboard), Ben Duff (bass), Jacob Wutzke (drums)


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AVATAAR

AVATAAR

Next Week: Monday, January 22nd, 2018 at 9:30pm

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AVATAAR, Sundar Viswanathan (saxophone), Michael Occhipinti (guitar), Felicity Williams (voice), Justin Gray (bass/bass veena), Ravi Naimpally (tabla), Max Senitt (drums)


AVATAAR
A recipient of the Toronto Jazz Festival's Special Projects Initiative award for 2016, AVATAAR's music marries classical Indian music, modern jazz, Brazilian lyricism, atmospheric textures and ambiance, Javanese gamelan, and contemporary improvisation. Cleverly layered and cinematic in scope, the music drives and swirls through a vast sonic palette and has drawn comparison to Mahavishnu Orchestra, Charles Lloyd, Keith Jarrett with Jan Garbarek, late Coltrane, and Oregon. The resulting confluence is a mesmerizing blend of rhythmic hypnotism, sonic landscapes and soaring melody that marries ancient and modern musical sounds.

AVATAAR's core personnel includes: Sundar (saxes and flutes), Michael Occhipinti (guitar), Felicity Williams (vocals), Justin Gray (bass and bass veena) , Ravi Naimpally (tablas and percussion), and Max Senitt (drums). Guests on the recording 'Petal' include; Robi Botos (piano) and Samidha Joglekar (Hindustani voice).


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Games Night: Crokinole and Cards

Next Week: Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 at 7pm


Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Next Week: Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 at 6pm

Free


Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Next Week: Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 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."


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Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

Next Thursday at 9pm (Thursday, January 25th, 2018)

PWYC

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…


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DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul

Next Week: Friday, January 26th, 2018 at 10pm


 

DJ

Next Week: Saturday, January 27th, 2018 at 10pm


Monk's Music

Monk's Music

Sunday, January 28th, 2018 at 6pm

PWYC

Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Jim Sexton (bass), Nico Dann (drums)


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.

Nico Dann
Described as being "…fiendishly precise…" (pitchfork. com), Toronto based Canadian Nico Dann has been playing drums for over 15 years. Besides composing/arranging for and leading his own jazz ensembles in Toronto and New York. Nico has played and recorded with chart-topping indie luminary tUnE-yArDs (4AD Records), Montreal-based ex-indie band Sister Suvi and many other bands and ensembles. Nico has performed at various festivals including the North Sea Jazz Festival in the Netherlands, Montreal's Off Jazz Festival and POP Montreal, Austin's South by Southwest, England's Glastonbury Festival, New York's CMJ Festival and the Distillery Jazz Festival in Toronto. Nico has also played at many world-renowned venues including New York's the Bowery Ballroom, Rockwood Music Hall, Rockshop and Sidewalk Café, Toronto's The Rex, Montreal's The Upstairs, Edinburgh's The Jazz Bar and The Living Arts Center in Philadelphia


Robert Lee Group

Robert Lee Group

Sunday, January 28th, 2018 at 8:30pm

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Rob Lee (bass)


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Max MacEachern Quartet

Monday, January 29th, 2018 at 7pm

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Emily Steinwall (saxophone), Max MacEachern (guitar), Chris Adriaanse (bass), Mark Zurawinski (drums)


Trevor Falls Collective

Trevor Falls Collective

Monday, January 29th, 2018 at 9:30pm

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David French (saxophone), D'Arcy Myronuk (keyboard/piano), Trevor Giancola (guitar), Jon Meyer (bass), Trevor Falls (drums)


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Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #37

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 at 8pm


Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 at 6pm

Free


Surefire Sweat

Surefire Sweat

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 at 9pm

PWYC

Surefire Sweat


Surefire Sweat
Surefire Sweat performs original danceable sounds that draw on New Orleans Brass Bands, Motown, Jazz, Funk and Afrobeat for influence.


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John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

Thursday, February 1st, 2018 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...


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DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 at 10pm


 

19th Ever Eucher Night

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 at 7:30pm


Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 6pm

Free


Alex Fournier / Tom Fleming

Alex Fournier / Tom Fleming

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 9pm

PWYC

Alex Fournier (bass), Tom Fleming (guitar)


Alex Fournier
Alex Fournier began his musical career playing electric bass in hopes of joining up with a rock band being started at his high school. He soon progressed to the upright bass and went on to play in his high school jazz band. Since then he has focused primarily on the upright, balancing his interests between jazz, classical and contemporary music. He also have been a featured performer for Koerner Hall's private and postlude events. Alex has learned a great deal helping to build and manage groups around the Toronto scene, including his own quartet "Baker's Triio" and the guitar trio "Money House".


More About Alex Fournier


Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

Thursday, February 8th, 2018 at 9pm

PWYC

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, February 9th, 2018 at 10pm


 

DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics

Saturday, February 10th, 2018 at 10pm


Allen/Riddel Duo

Allen/Riddel Duo

Sunday, February 11th, 2018 at 9pm

PWYC


The Bibliofiles

The Bibliofiles

Monday, February 12th, 2018 at 7pm

PWYC

Julien Bradley-Combs (guitar)

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Jan 14 Monk's Music Monk's Music Dan Pitt Trio Dan Pitt Trio 15 George Crotty & Kirk Starkey: VIDI AQUAM George Crotty & Kirk Starkey: VIDI AQUAM Chris Pruden/Mark Godfrey/Nick Fraser Chris Pruden/Mark Godfrey/Nick Fraser 16 12th Ever Emmet Ray Trivia Night 17 Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal 18 Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin 19 DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae 20 Dolly mixtapes post punk to Disco motown
Jan 21 Alex Lakusta Trio Residency Alex Lakusta Trio Residency Somewhere There presents: The Pineapple Somewhere There presents: The Pineapple 22 Caleb Borsboom Quartet Caleb Borsboom Quartet AVATAAR AVATAAR 23 Games Night: Crokinole and Cards 24 Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin 25 Bossa Tres Bossa Tres 26 DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul 27 DJ
Jan 28 Monk's Music Monk's Music Robert Lee Group Robert Lee Group 29 Max MacEachern Quartet Trevor Falls Collective Trevor Falls Collective 30 Steam Whistle presents Crokinole Night #37 31 Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Surefire Sweat Surefire Sweat Feb 1 John-Wayne Swingtet John-Wayne Swingtet 2 DJ Cosmonauts: Exploration into Hip Hop, Electronic, Indie, Soul & Reggae 3 DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics
Feb 4 5 6 19th Ever Eucher Night 7 Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night Alex Fournier / Tom Fleming Alex Fournier / Tom Fleming 8 Bossa Tres Bossa Tres 9 DJ Funky Flavours: Funk & Soul 10 DJ Sawtay: Hip Hop, Soul, & Classics
Feb 11 Allen/Riddel Duo Allen/Riddel Duo 12 The Bibliofiles The Bibliofiles 13 14 15 16 17
The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal

The Sonny Balcones 4 Piece Jazz Band - Tony Neal

about 21 hours ago (Wednesday, January 17th, 2018)

The Sonny Balcones

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Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

Punch Up: Positive Space Comedy Night

1 day ago (Wednesday, January 17th, 2018)


Chris Pruden/Mark Godfrey/Nick Fraser

Chris Pruden/Mark Godfrey/Nick Fraser

3 days ago (Monday, January 15th, 2018)

Chris Pruden (piano), Mark Godfrey (bass), Nick Fraser (drums)

Links: More About Mark Godfrey, More About Chris Pruden, More About Nick Fraser


George Crotty & Kirk Starkey: VIDI AQUAM

George Crotty & Kirk Starkey: VIDI AQUAM

3 days ago (Monday, January 15th, 2018)

George Crotty (cello), Kirk Starkey (cello/guitar)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Kirk Starkey, More About George Crotty


Dan Pitt Trio

Dan Pitt Trio

4 days ago (Sunday, January 14th, 2018)

Dan Pitt (guitar), Alex Fournier (bass), Andrew Miller (drums)

Links: Facebook Event


Monk's Music

Monk's Music

4 days ago (Sunday, January 14th, 2018)

Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Jim Sexton (bass), Nico Dann (drums)


Bossa Tres

Bossa Tres

7 days ago (Thursday, January 11th, 2018)

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

Links: More About Bossa Tres


Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

Peter Boyd: Cruel & Unusual

8 days ago (Wednesday, January 10th, 2018)

Peter Boyd (guitar/voice)

Links: More About Peter Boyd


Lucas Kadish: Tundra

Lucas Kadish: Tundra

10 days ago (Monday, January 8th, 2018)

Lucas Kadish (voice/guitar), Connor Parks (drums), Nick Dunston (bass), Theo Walentiny (keyboard)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Lucas Kadish


Mike DeiCont's Northern Danger

Mike DeiCont's Northern Danger

10 days ago (Monday, January 8th, 2018)

Mike DeiCont (bass), Andrew Miller (drums), Rebecca Hennessy (trumpet), Alexei Orechin (guitar), Emily Steinwall (saxophone)

Links: More About Mike DeiCont


Virginia MacDonald/Lucas Dann/Dan Fortin/Nico Dann

Virginia MacDonald/Lucas Dann/Dan Fortin/Nico Dann

11 days ago (Sunday, January 7th, 2018)

Virginia Frigault-MacDonald (clarinet), Lucas Dann (piano), Daniel Fortin (bass), Nico Dann (drums)

Links: Facebook Event


Alex Lakusta Trio Residency

Alex Lakusta Trio Residency

11 days ago (Sunday, January 7th, 2018)

Alex Lakusta (bass), Josh Smiley (piano), Andrew Scott (drums)

Links: Facebook Event, More About Alex Lakusta


John-Wayne Swingtet

John-Wayne Swingtet

14 days ago (Thursday, January 4th, 2018)

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

Links: More About John-Wayne Swingtet


Surefire Sweat

Surefire Sweat

21 days ago (Thursday, December 28th, 2017)

Surefire Sweat

Links: More About Surefire Sweat


Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

Peter Boyd & Noah Zacharin

22 days ago (Wednesday, December 27th, 2017)

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

Links: More About Peter Boyd, More About Noah Zacharin


Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

Vokurka's Vicarious Virtuoso Violin

28 days ago (Thursday, December 21st, 2017)

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

Links: More About Ed Vokurka


Vaughan Misener Trio

Vaughan Misener Trio

29 days ago (Wednesday, December 20th, 2017)

Adam Cesarone (guitar), Vaughan Misener (bass), David Steinmetz (drums)

Links: More About Vaughan Misener


Ben Jansson Quartet

Ben Jansson Quartet

about 1 month ago (Monday, December 18th, 2017)

Ben Jansson (saxophone), Trevor Hogg (saxophone), Ross MacIntyre (bass), Morgan Childs (drums)

Links: More About Ben Jansson


Aidan Funston Quartet

Aidan Funston Quartet

about 1 month ago (Monday, December 18th, 2017)

Aidan Funston (guitar), Dillon Colter (drums), Thomas Hainbuch (bass)

Links: More About Aidan Funston


Somewhere There presents: Mirapolis

Somewhere There presents: Mirapolis

about 1 month ago (Sunday, December 17th, 2017)

Mirapolis, Luan Phung (guitar), Chris Rennie (saxophone), Noah Sherman (drums)

Links: More About Mirapolis


Miles Finlayson Trio

Miles Finlayson Trio

about 1 month ago (Sunday, December 17th, 2017)

Miles Finlayson (guitar)


Harrison Argatoff Trio

Harrison Argatoff Trio

about 1 month ago (Monday, December 11th, 2017)

Harrison Argatoff (saxophone), Andrew Downing (bass/cello), Andrew Miller (drums)


Garden Party

Garden Party

about 1 month ago (Monday, December 11th, 2017)

Aline Homzy (violin), Allison Au (saxophone), Phill Albert (bass), Alex Fournier (bass), Mark Ballyk (drums)

Links: More About Alex Fournier


Amy Brandon

Amy Brandon

about 1 month ago (Sunday, December 10th, 2017)

Amy Brandon (guitar)

Links: More About Amy Brandon