For those affected by mental illness, stigmatization is a reoccurring setback that leaves a sufferer isolated and often without hope. What’s even more distressing is that much talent goes unnoticed. Musicians, in particular, are left without avenues to express and share their voice. That is about to change thanks to the third annual Music Balm, an event created by the Mental Health Promotions Committee and presented by Aeolian Hall and Old East Studios. The October 2 concert is a celebration of musical talent and creativity of those who live with mental illness and those who have lived the experience through a family member or close friend.
A one-day event, Bloomin Earth demonstrates the “many ways to love the Earth, from re-purposed art to expert advice on sustainable living to celebrate, educate and entertain the community.” For additional information, please visit: http://bloominearth.wordpress.com/
Dave's Cirque Sonique
Fashion Show to Benefit Endometriosis. All proceeds to the Women's College Hospital. Featuring a silent auction, live music, dance performances, food & refreshments, and much more!
MIA Guest Lecture with Ryan McNevin. Topic: The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. For "The Music Business" course taught by Jason Chapman. http://www.fanshawec.ca/en/MIA2/
Sounds Like: Alanis Morissette, Tegan and Sara, Holly McNarland, Chris Cornell, Juliana Hatfield
Label: HER Records
Manager: HER Records
Bio: Rose Cora Perry has three visions she hopes to achieve as an artist:
1) to inspire
2) to provoke thought
3) to relate
While she may have traded in her signature fishnets and distorted grunge sound for a soulful acoustic akin to that of the hippie era, this badass rock'n'roller remains true to ...See Full Bio
“A career worth watching.”