We're playing at GAS again! We're pretty much all east enders and happy to play at this neighborhood hub in Little India. The night starts out with Rebecca Everett and the Dead Ringers and finishes off with Jerry Leger and the Situation. Come on down, snack on some of Little India's best samosa's, have a drink and join us!
The night starts out at 9:00pm with Rebecca's new project Rebecca Everett and the Dead Ringers followed by country-folk troubadour Jerry Leger. Come on down for a pint and a dram!
East Side Music is Booming! Saturday April 27th East Side Boom rides again w/: Clara Engel: http://claraengel.bandcamp.com/ Rebecca Everett: http://rebeccaeverett.ca/ Cade: http://kaiyacade.bandcamp.com/ Check out these three outstanding performers (East Siders, to boot).
We're having a bit of an eclectic night at Fionn Maccools. iSpy will be starting which consists of myself and Dan Mock doing some vintage jazz diddies including my previous album YoYo. Later at 9:00pm we will be joined by Tyler Quint and Paul Braunstein to play songs from my upcoming release...electric guitar, drums n bass, plugged in and spaced out cowboy style. Come on down and have a pint and a bite!
We're cramming the four of us and our gear into my favourite bar in Toronto, the Avro. We're doing an experimental evening of new songs and sounds. Imagine a vintage gal on the set of a spaghetti western with a klezmer band...a little rock n roll and a few purdy songs. I'm backed up by some good friends and familiar faces; Dan Mock on guitar, Tyler Quint on bass and Paul Braunstein on drums. Come join us, don't be shy, for this one-off night and if we like it, maybe we'll do it some more! Guitar and fiddle duo; the very talented Dan Mock and James McKie are starting the night out with some Country, Folksy Blues..be sure to see them too!
Bio: Imagine James Bond in a spaghetti western floating in a dark opium dream. Rebecca's songs are deep, dark and hooky. The strength of her songwriting comes from being in a multitude of bands and writing tunes for TV, film and artists such as Juno nominee Jimmy Rankin. Her smokey voice and killer ba...See Full Bio
“ The crowd was all ready to go as Rebecca took to the stage...My favourite moment came when they started to snap along with Rebecca on the song around halfway through her song “Put Your Hands On Me”. The second they began to snap along I didn’t think Rebecca was going to be able to sing anymore due to the glowing smile which she grew. Her facial expressions during the song also added to the effect of the song as well as at key moments in the song she raised her eyebrows over her glasses, some people may find that such a small detail but I feel it added greatly to the songs strength. Throughout the set her vocals reigned out in the Mansion, at some points I don’t even think she would have needed a mic to get her vocals to pass throughout the Mansion. Her vocal performance definitely ranks as one of the best performances by a female that I have ever watched at the Mansion before.”