Corby's Orbit

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

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Sophisti- Candy and Other Sonic Sweets

Aural taste buds and stereophonic sweet teeth will be treated to the most salivacious music just now emerging from the upper shores of the Lake Of Shining Waters. 

MINOTAURS have historic roots in the cavities of Ontario's geomystical rock candy arcana. Their new disk AUM is being released and performed live at Junction City Music Hall this very Friday. Some tracks and facts will be available at 5:15 when major Minotaur Nathan Lawr rings up the Orbit.

Semi-Jamaican jammer Terry Gillespie, currently sojourning in the temperate zone has a new live disk, Home Boy, out and is touring the left side of Toronto with his recent confections. He'll be playing and conversing live at around 5:30.
Saturday May 20 (7-9 p.m.) Dakota Tavern, 249 Ossington Ave., Toronto (with full band). Brian Blain opens. $10.00
Sunday May 21 (8-10.30 p.m.) Junction City Music Hall, 2907 Dundas St. W (full band). Jenie Thai opens. $10.00
 Dani-time will commence at 6:00 when all-day jawbreaker Dani Nash, whose carmelized singing and Skittles drumming will coalesce at the Horseshoe Tavern next Thursday evening, serves up some live tunes and chat about her wide-ranging career and talents.

And down around 6:30 we should be ready for Brother Neil and his new Kinder Surprising disk, with some more live performance and assorted jelly beans.

Don't tell your dentist but it will be so-waaay so-weet. 

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