Today's show is all zoom zoom with fleeting flashes of fresh new Canadian music.There will be a call at 5:30 from Guelph's Tragedy Ann (Liv Cazzola & Braden Phelan) whose amazing sophomore album, Matches, fulfills the promise of their recent Folk Festival successes. They will be live all over Ontario in the forthcoming months supporting the record.
Sep 6 | Silence | Guelph, ON
Sep 27-30 | Folk Music Ontario | Toronto, ON
Oct 3 | The Moonshine Café | Oakville, ON
Oct 4 | Artword Artbar | Hamilton, ON
Oct 6 | Mahtay Café & Lounge | St. Catharines, ON
Oct 13 | Burdock | Toronto, ON
As the Jam-Session Host band at this year's "T.U. Jazz Fest 2018" ,Spicy Jam is currently hosting their modern jazz, rock, RnB, hip-hop, Indo jazz explorations twice a month at Yauca's Lounge.
The band includes Bandleader/Jam host/Guitarist Anoop Isac, Drummer Jinu Isac, Keyboardist Nick Rorai Mcniel and Bassist Devon Goping.
This year's festival, taking place September 4th to 8th at the Jazz Bistro, The Frog and Firkin Pub and Mel Lastman Square, features some incredible student talent, as well as some of Canada's finest musicians, including Mike Downes and Larnell Lewis. The festival pairs Canadian Jazz professionals with student artists on side-by-side stages, and it focuses on promoting education and inspiration in the music community.
And at 6:30, on his way to a show at St. James' Gate in Toronto tonight,
Sammy Duke will be by to introduce his new album,
Terminus, into the Orbital sphere.
Radio Regent is now available on ROGERS Channel 60 in downtown T.O. - online
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