Corby's Orbit

Corby's Orbit
Listening in All the High Places illustration by John Kricfalusi

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Friday Afternoon At T.U.R.F. - Fort York Toronto

Toronto's fourth annual fin de popsicle bash, tagging summer's end with country, soul, rock, and even roll.
It was bright, hot and groovy.
Saturday featured a steadily fluctuating high seas cloudburst that I unfortunately missed. But I was there at least for the kick-off.

To open the festival on Friday, Simone Denny presented profound testimony and abundant slow jam lather to ease the heat of the relentless summertime intensity.

Margo Price, current queen of Nashville's esteem had the tightest boots and the tightest band that I heard all weekend with Dillon Napiera drummer of Helmsian calibre and Luke Schneider on pedal steel and dobro 

Modern Space carved 
a nice slice of scream and swagger 
to drive the weekend 
into its first appreciably 
raucous caucus.

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