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Celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the Junction Commons! On October 4th, from 4pm to 12am, Mavety Street will be transformed into a multimedia event complete with art installations, music, performances and storytelling. We are reclaiming the street as a temporary public space for you! Under the theme of light, Mavety Street will be illuminated by hundreds of lanterns while musicians and performers showcase the immense talent found in our city. Join us for a night of celebrations! Entry to the event is free! All are welcome. Where: Mavety Street just South of Dundas Street West When: October 4th from 4pm to midnight Food by When the Pig Came Home Smokehouse and Larder Beverages courtesy of Junction Craft Brewing
Sounds Like: John Hiatt, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen
Manager: Robyn Rees Menzies
Bio: Bob Menzies is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter. After several careers including being a railway employee, a vagabond hippie, President of a Steelworkers' Union Local, an Accountant and a Headhunter, he launched a musical career in 2011, writing songs that carry influences as varied as Country R...See Full Bio
“And here on my desk this week sits album No.3 from Bob Menzies entitled ‘Citizens of Nashville‘; A man who has won me over not just by being a great songwriter but by being a prolific one. By improving his muse every time he steps foot in the studio he has turned baby steps into giant leaps. He doesn’t stop traveling – physically and musically. And it allows him more fodder for his restless mind. For his latest outing he has gone directly to Nashville to punch up his latent country leanings and folk storytelling. On board are Eddie Bayers (drums), Kelly Back (electric guitar), Howard ‘The Duckman’ Duck (keyboards), Scotty Sanders (pedal steel, dobro), Kevin ‘Swine’ Grantt (bass) and Mike Rojas (keyboards, organ). Add Bob’s own acoustic guitar playing prowess and vibrant vocals and you’ve got a hot combination before the first notes are even played. A great album of songs it is, too, courtesy of Nashville producer/musician Larry Beaird (Dolly Parton, Billy Dean, Mar”
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Q: Yes we will have to that sometime, Play a little guitar.I am living in Brampton . I talk and see Mr. Dufresne a few times a year. Sent him this site.. Glad your doing well. Brian Collins
A: Hey Brian So great to hear from you. Hope you'll stay in touch. Great that a lot of the old crowd still hangs. They are spread from Quebec to BC, from New York to California to North Carolina and Florida. Hope I see you all again before I die...now there's a song!
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