In what has become a familiar event —even though for some reason organizers neglect to send press releases and other promo to his publication, despite promises to do so from a couple of them I’ve met and given contact info to at various venues— the talent-rich 18th edition of the “Tin Pan North” festival runs in three cities in the GTA from tonight through Saturday.
Put on by the Toronto chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, these events, as I’ve told you last year and also two years ago this weekend in 2015, always feature stellar talents both established and up-and-coming from the Roots/Country genre.
Three of them will be very familiar to regular readers and are artists who, in addition to impressive performance and songwriting skills, have in different ways been builders of the GTA Roots/Country scene. They’ll be featured along with other notable participants in an in-the-round format that sees two sets of groups of three or four players share the stage at each show.
There are three events tonight, three tomorrow and a gala on Saturday, as you can discover on the schedule page of the organization’s website. There are shows both tonight at tomorrow at Cadillac Lounge in west TO and at Moonshine Café in Oakville, and also both nights in Brampton but at two different rooms, then Saturday wraps the event with a gala at Hugh’s Room.
Despite the presence of Country radio heartthrob Jason McCoy along with veteran songwriter Dan McVeigh at tonight’s show at Spot One at 289 Rutherford Rd. S. in Brampton, the sessions at Cadillac Lounge look particularly appealing to me. The first set in the room at 1296 Queen St. West in Parkdale features Dani Strong with three other artists. Then for the 9:30 collection things really ramp up, as the troupe is comprised of Wendell Ferguson, Annie Bonsignore, Isabel Fryzsberg and David McLachlan (whom I wrote about most recently on the occasion of the release of his magnificent new Traveling Truthfully album a few months ago). In addition to his stage prowess, McLachlan has been a tireless supporter of local open stages and special event showcases, attending both as a stage participant and audience member for the past several years, reliably helping to sustain the scene that also adores his work.
Moonshine Café at 137 Kerr St. in Oakville features four artists in each set both tonight and tomorrow, and while I have to admit I have heard of none of them, I have a lot of respect for club owner/songwriter John Marlatt’s taste. Since I’m sure he had a hand in selecting the 16 participants from the local talent pool, I’d expect there to be some gems here worth discovering —certainly in past editions of the shows there the roster has been impressively gifted.
Cadillac Lounge tomorrow night, meanwhile, will feature a number of acts I have yet to hear but will also include one whose name brings a happy smile to everyone I know on the Roots or Country circuit: Glen Hornblast. I’ve told you many times about Hornblast’s smooth, soulful Roots songs with a bit of a Country flavour, but in addition to his musical talent, of course, Glen is also a charming, self-effacing fellow who organizes all kinds of special events and showcases to help fellow artists get heard, including his monthly “Nashville Bound” series that’s been running for three years now.
Ironically, a good friend of his who often teams up with him and who’s also another local scene builder who doesn’t strut about his role but who is a stalwart of his local Brampton Roots/Folk community, Mark Yan will be on home turf the same night as part of the bill at cozy Clock ‘N’ Hen pub at 71 West Drive.
Although I wrote about Yan’s musical skills quite recently in advance of a solo feature at Fat Albert’s coffeehouse in TO, it’s worth noting that he is also a big mover with the Brampton Folk Club and that with his duo partner Barry Mulcahy he’s also introduced live Roots-Pop music to a lot of rooms up in the north 905/519 area.
Mark tells me he’s excited about sharing the stage with one of his own favourite writers, James Gordon, as well as with Dayna Shereck, and those three will be followed by well known attractions Katherine Wheatley, Kelly Prescott and Dan Kosub,
The gala Saturday at Hugh’s looks exciting too, with Country recording songwriter Beverley Mahood perhaps the big draw. The full list of artists for that appear on the NSAI website and names of participants for all the shows are/will be of course, also included in TorontoMoon.ca’s daily listings —despite getting not even a press release from the organizers to help do so.
All shows start at 7:30 and the cover for each is $10 (except the gala which is $20) or there’s a festival pass available for $30 that includes that event plus admission to all the others.
-Gary 17, TorontoMoon.ca
SHOW LISTINGS for Thursday, May 25, 2022
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9-10am> “The Bill King Show” with host Bill King & guests @ CIUT 89.5 FM ~Blues/Jazz
Noon-2> Blues on Rock Radio UK with Carolyn Fe
8> Ken Wallis show with tracks and interviews @ www.bluesandrootsradio.com
416 – TORONTO CENTRAL
Noon> Micah Barnes ~tribute to Leonard Cohen @ Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. ~Jewish Week event; $
*5-8> Danny Blue @ Lola, 40 Kensington Ave. ~acoustic Pop
5-8> Anna Douglas Trio @ Graffiti’s, 170 Baldwin St. ~Rock/Top 40 covers
6> The Vikkies @ Cameron House (front), 408 Queen St. W.
6-8> James Bruce Moore @ 120 Diner, 120 Church St. ~original Country; $10-20/pwyc
6:30> Kevin Quain @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W. ~moody Blues; $
7> Dreamcar; Superet @ Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne St. ~contemporary original; $
7-10> Jessica Rose @ Bar Reyna, 158 Cumberland St. ~Jazz; $0
*7> open mic with Derek Mok @ Kensington Lodge, 21 Kensington Ave.
7> Last Podcast on the Left @ Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W. ~contemporary original; $
7> Lulu Kennedy-Cairns @ Velvet Underground, 508 Queen St. W. ~Scottish songwriter; $
*7:30-9:30> Bluegrass Thursdays with Houndstooth @ Tranzac Lounge (Southern Cross), 292 Brunswick Ave.
8> “21C Festival” with Canadian Art Song Project & Cecilia String Quartet @ Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. ~original Classical; $
8> Nolan Hubbard; Beig Shelter; Noa Vlessing @ Cameron House (rear), 408 Queen St. W. ~indie; $
*7:30> Sarah Jordan & Matt G @ Alleycatz, 2409 Yonge St. ~acoustic Top 40
8-1> Fourth Thursday jam featuring Nicola Vaughan & Kevin Jeffrey, @ Grossman’s, 379 Spadina Ave.
8> Jordan John @ David Pecaud Square, 55 John St. ~R&B/Blues
*8-12> Joe Bowden @ Nawlin’s, 299 King St. W. TO ~Blues
8> Train Electric @ Graffiti’s, 170 Baldwin St. ~indie
8> Madison Violet recording release for The Knight Sessions; guest Ron Leary @ Rivoli, 334 Queen St. W. ~songwriters; $25
8> Hos Sad; Nikki’s Wives; Lolaa @ Adelaide Hall, 250 Adelaide St. W. ~contemporary original; $10
8> Community jam @ Studio Bar, 824 Dundas St. W.
8> The Folks Open House with Jefferey Paul Matthew; Cassie Norton; Veronica Michelle Campbell; Chantel Tophen; Davyn Caif Child; Tim Fretwell; Brooke Topp @ St. Stephen-In-The-Fields Church, 103 Bellevue Ave. ~music & poetry
8:30-12> Ryan Andrews; Joey Caughey; more @ The Cavern Bar, 76 Church St. ~indie; $0
9-12> The Budds recording release for ep; guests Bad Girls; Passport Radio @ Sneaky Dee’s, 431 College St. ~indie; $10
9> Chris Lord Ideal @ Lola, 40 Kensington Ave. ~original Blues
9> The Remedy @ Originals, 1660 Bayview Ave. ~Rock/Top 40 covers
9> Stinkfist @ Cherry Cola’s, 200 Bathurst St. ~tribute to Tool; $10
9> Belladonna & Band @ Poetry Jazz Café, 224 Augusta Ave. ~Jazz/Soul; $
9> Doesn’t Matter; Trash Tones; Veil Unknown; Rob London & The Ragged @ The Boat, 158 Augusta Ave. ~indie; $
9-11:30> Andrew Beg & Adi Braun @ Jazz Bistro, 251 Victoria St. ~Jazz; $
9> Rheostatics (second of 4 nights) @ Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen St. W. ~contemporary original; $
*9-1> Blackburn @ Jo Mamas, 317 King St. W. ~Blues
9> The Manvils; Subject to Change; Slo Motions @ Stop, Drop & Roll, 300 College St. ~indie; $8
9> Jim Dan Dee @ Rose & Crown, 2335 Yonge St. ~solo acoustic Blues
9> Switchbeat @ Drums N Flats, 1980 Avenue Rd. ~Rock/Top 40 covers
9> The Inquisitors; The Palominos @ Bovine Sex Club, 542 Queen St. W. ~indie; $
*9:30> jam with host band The Regulators @ College St. Bar, 574 College St.
9:30> Joel Frahm with Turboprop (first of two nights) @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W. ~Jazz; $
*9:45> Mary McKay @ Reservoir Lounge, 52 Wellington St. E. ~Jazz/Blues; $
10> QuiQue Escamilla @ Cameron House (front), 408 Queen St. W.
10> Naman Cale recording release for tape of experimental music; Silver Pools; Anzola @ Handlebar, 159 Augusta Ave.
10> “17th Annual Bob Dylan Tribute” with David Newberry & Chelsea Reed; Myke Mazzei & Keira Loukes; Philomene Hoffman & Alex Cheung; Shikha Sehgal @ C’est What, 67 Front St. E. ~tribute to Bob Dylan
10> Pretzel Logic @ Orbit Room, 480 College St. TO ~tribute to Steely Dan; $
10> Emily Raquel @ Amsterdam Bicycle Club, 54 The Esplanade
10:30> Matt Morgan @ The Hideout, 423 College St. ~Rock/Top 40 covers & originals
*10:30> Mike Barnes @ Pauper’s Pub, 539 Bloor St. W. ~acoustic Pop
416 – TORONTO EAST
7-9> Clela Errington @ Relish, 2152 Danforth Ave. ~Roots songwriter; 0$
**7:30-11:30> M-Factor Redux with host Elana Harte & special guests M.E. Law; Felix & The Cats @ Eton House, 710 Danforth Ave. ~songwriters; 0$
7:30-12> open mic with Gary Edward Allen @ Legends, 774 Danforth Ave.
8> The Beachmen @ Linsmore Tavern, 1298 Danforth Ave. ~tribute to The Beach Boys
*8:30-10:30> Jerry Leger & The Situation @ Castro’s, 2116 Queen St. E. ~Folk-Rock/Country
*9:30> open jam with host Kar Wong @ Sportsters, 1430 Danforth Ave.
*10-2> karaoke with Shane Taylor @ Relish, 2152 Danforth Ave.
*10-1> open jam with host Michael Villamor @ Breakwall, 1910 Queen St. E.
10:30> Gareth Bush @ Bier Markt Don Mills, 7 O’Neill Rd. ~Pop Rock
416 - TORONTO ETOBICOKE
7-9> Ukulele night with Chris Wilson @ Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dundas St. W.
7:30> Terra Hazelton Trio @ Old Mill Inn, 21 Old Mill Rd. ~Jazz; min table charge
8> Eric Johnson @ The Rockpile, 5555 Dundas St. W.
9> jam with Kimberley Wetmore Band @ Timothy’s Pub, 344 Brown’s Line ~Pop Rock
9:30> Bryan Tyrell @ The Old Sod, 2936 Bloor St. W. ~Pop
*10-2> Skip Tracer @ Southside Johnny’s, 3653 Lakeshore Blvd. ~Rock/Pop
416 – TORONTO SCARBOROUGH
8-12> jam night @ The Birchmount, 462 Birchmount Rd.
9> acoustic jam with The Tall Boyz featuring Tommy Rocker @ Karl’s Sports Bar, 4528 Kingston Rd.
9:30> Ice BK Smith @ Black Dog Pub, 87 Island Rd. ~Pop Rock
416 – TORONTO WEST
5-8> B rian De Lima Band @ Gate 403, 403 Roncesvalles Ave. ~Jazz
*6:30-9> Carl Bray & guest @ Fat City Blues, 890 College St. ~solo piano
7> Emily MacLeod; Jessica Speziale; Mimi Oz; Sintja @ La Rev, 2848 Dundas St. W. ~songwriters
7:30> Nashville Songwriters Association International Tin Pan North 18 festival with 2 -in-the-round sets featuring Dani Strong, Katie Sacco, Roger Beckett, Dean Stacey at 7:30; David McLachlan, Wendell Ferguson, Isabel Fryszberg, Annie Bonsignore at 9:30 @ Cadillac Lounge, 1296 Queen St. W. ~songwriters; $10
7:30> “Soulsville: The Music of STAXX” with George Olliver, Jay Douglas, Matt Weidinger & Cheryl Lescomb with all-star house band @ Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. W. ~Soul/R&B; $30+
7:30-11:30> Charlotte Cornfield & Sam Cash @ Wenona Craft Beer Lodge, 1069 Bloor St. W. ~Jazz; $12
7:30> Fiver @ Likely General, 389 Roncesvalles Ave.
8> Freddy Suarez Trio @ Peppers Café, 189 Wallace Ave. ~Latin Jazz
8> Arboretum @ Drake Hotel Lounge, 1150 Queen St. W. ~contemporary original; $
8> Pastorale @ Gallery 345, 345 Sorauren Ave. ~operatic; $20
8> Sisters Euclid @ 3030 Dundas West, 3030 Dundas St. W. ~original Jazz/Rock Fusion; $
*8> open mic @ Axis Gallery & Grill, 3048 Dundas St. W.
8> Peter Van Helvoort; Drew Thomson; Jordan MacDonald @ Smiling Buddha Stage 1, 961 College St. ~indie; $
8> The Sliver; The Steves; Beach Fox @ Junction City Music Hall, 2907 Dundas St. W. ~indie; $
**8> The Soul Maître D’s with guest @ The Archtop Café, 2312 Bloor St. W. ~acoustic Pop
8:30> Ernesto Holman @ Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas St. W.
8:30> Gillian Nicola; Abigail Lapell @ Burdock, 1184 Bloor St. W. ~songwriters; $
9> Denielle Bassels @ The Emmet Ray, 924 College St. ~Swing Jazz; $
9> Lobot; Vistas; The Litch; Milhouse @ The Baby G, 1608 Dundas St. W. ~indie; $5
*9-12> open mic night with Anthony Abbatangeli @ DeSoto’s, 1079 St. Clair Ave. W.
*9> open mic with Phil Hood @ The Roncy, 390 Roncesvalles Ave.
*9-1:30> open stage with Jay Pennell @ Dave’s On St. Clair, 730 St. Clair West ~eclectic
9-12> Fraser Melvin Blues Band @ Gate 403, 403 Roncesvalles Ave. ~original Blues
9> The Responsables; Train on the Water @ The Painted Lady, 218 Ossington Ave. ~indie; $
9> The Layrite Boys @ The Local, 396 Roncesvalles Ave. ~Bluegrass
9:30> Brother Amos; Alli Sunshine; Teen Ravine @ The Piston, 937 Bloor St. W. ~indie; $10
9:30> The Reposadists Quartet @ Reposado, 136 Ossington Ave. ~Jazz
10> Zeppelinesque @ Dakota Tavern, 249 Ossington Ave. ~tribute to Led Zeppelin; $
11> The Digs @ Drake Hotel Lounge, 1150 Queen St. W. ~groove Rock; 0$
*7-11> Lucas Stagg @ Argyle Arms, 210 King St. E., Cambridge ~Roots-Rock
*7:30-12> open mic with K.M. Smith @ Molly Bloom’s Guelph, 91 Wyndham St. N., Guelph
7:30-10> jam night @ RCL #126 Preston Legion, 334 Westminster Dr. N., Cambridge
8> Luke Michielsen; Kris Schulz; Skeeter and The Deets; Jordan McDonald @ The Cornerstone 1 Wyndham St. N., Guelph ~Rock/Top 40 covers; $10-15/pwyc
8> Tara Holloway; Sammi Morelli @ Dstrct, 10 Wyndham St., N., Guelph ~songwriters; $?
8-11> Spencer McKenzie Band @ Churchill Arms, 355 Erb St. W., Waterloo ~Blues
*8> Jazz/Blues jam @ Hep Cats, 42 Erb St. E., Waterloo
*8-11> open mic with Sandy MacDonald @ Williamsburg Arms, 1187 Fischer Hallman Rd., Kitchener
*8:30> acoustic jam hosted by Simon Heras @ Kiwi Gastropub, 47 Dickson St., Cambridge
*8:30-12:30> acoustic jam with Dennis Napper & Joe Lopez @ Fiddle & Firkin, 707 King St. E., Cambridge
9> The Controversial Sharks @ The Boathouse, 97 Jubilee Drive, Kitchener ~Rock/Top 40 covers & originals; $5
9:30> Ally Howatt @ The Stampede Ranch, 226 Woodlawn Rd. W., Guelph ~Country
*9:30> Dan Walsh @ The Black Badger, 55 Water St., Cambridge ~acoustic
9:30> Elton Lammie @ Stampede Corral, 248 Stirling Ave. S., Kitchener ~Country
*10-2> Mike Something @ Royal Electric, 52 Macdonell St., Guelph ~acoustic Pop
10> Sensi Boy; Motem; Coco Bryce; Vurado Bakoda @ E-Bar, 41 Quebec St., Guelph ~indie; $0/pwyc
10> Happy Pappy @ The Duke, 33 Erb St., Waterloo
3-6> RC4G Rock Block social jam @ The Spill, 414 George St. N., Peterborough
**7-11> Tamica Herod & The Harbour Street Band with guest @ Harbour Street Fish Bar, 10 Keith Ave., Collingwood ~Blues
*7:30> Rob Phillips Jazz/Blues Trio and Marsala Likianchuk @ Black Horse Pub, 452 George St. N., Peterborough
*8> The Joe Huron Trio @ Sticky Fingers, 199 Essa Rd., Barrie ~Jazz/Blues
8> Zach Lucky Band @ The Huron Club, 94 Pine St., Collingwood
*9> jam with Ted Rusk @ The Sauble Dunes, 11 Southampton Parkway, Sauble Beach
9-1> Soft Shoe Shufflers @ Donaleigh’s Irish Public House, 28 Dunlop St. E., Barrie
9> Peterborough Poetry Slam @ The Spill, 414 George St. N., Peterborough ~spoken word
9:30> Chastity @ Red Dog Tavern, 189 Hunter St. W., Peterborough
10> Gentlemen of the Woods @ The Garnet, 231 Hunter St. W., Peterborough
*5-8> Nelson Denis @ Frank’s Pasta, 42 King Street E., Cobourg ~eclectic mix (Folk, Jazz, soft Rock, Latin)
*6-10> Sticks & Tones @ Fionn MacCool’s Oshawa, 214 Ritson Rd., Oshawa ~Rock/Top 40 covers
7> Blues jam @ Simcoe Blues & Jazz, 926 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa
8-11> Mellow Dee & guest @ Rum Diaries, 368 Bayly St. W., Ajax ~soft groove Pop/R&B
*?> jam with Darren Smith & Shayne Thomas @ The Corner Pocket, 45 Prince St., Oshawa
*9> jam @ The Wee Pub, 371 Wilson Rd. South, Oshawa
9> Seyton; Castlefield; Swim Team; Surf Cactus @ The Atria, 59 King St. E., Oshawa ~indie; $
*9-2> open mic with Rich With Sin @ Gravity Lounge, 45 Prince St., Oshawa
*9:30> jam with Billick @ Harp & Crown, 300 Kingston Rd., Pickering
9:30> Hells Bells @ The Edge, 250 Bayly St. W., Ajax ~tribute to AC/DC; $
*10> Karaoke with Rob MacArthur @ St. Louis Ajax, 11 Harwood Ave., Ajax
*6:30-10:30> jam with Faces for Radio @ Coasters, 55 Rutherford Rd. S., Brampton
7> Neil Cotton; Dave Hubert @ Uncorked On Main, 72 Main St. S., Georgetown ~original Roots
7> Annette Haas @ Turtle Jack’s Milton, 1101 Maple Ave., Milton ~acoustic Pop covers & originals
7:30> Nashville Songwriters Association International Tin Pan North festival with 2 -in-the-round sets featuring David Leask, Carol Harrison, Nicole Rayy at 7:30; Dan McVeigh, Jason McCoy, Luke Nicholson at 9:30 @ Spot One, 289 Rutherford Rd. S., Brampton ~songwriters; $10
*7:30-11:30> jam with house band @ 52nd St. Tap & Grill, 30 Kennedy Rd., S., Brampton
*8> open mic with host Kevin Kerr @ The Duchess of Markham, 53 Main St. N., Markham
*8-11> Jam with Jayme Lynn Reed @ Offsides Sports Bar, 200 Simcoe Ave., Keswick
9> open mic (signup starts at 8:30) @ The Barrel, 2180 Steeles Ave. W. Vaughan
*9> open mic with The Almost Cool Band @ St. George Pub, 7 Main St. N., Georgetown
9:30> Willin and Able @ Aw Shucks, 15474 Yonge St., Aurora
*10:30> jam with Gary White & Friends @ Bryden’s, 270 Main St. E., Milton
8> Nudie @ Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., Hamilton ~original Roots from PEI; $10
8:30> Chris Chambers @ Lou Dawg’s Hamilton, 116 George St., Hamilton
8> Absolutely Free & guests Munizo; Beige @ This Ain’t Hollywood, 345 James St. N., Hamilton ~eclectic indie Afro/Bollywood/KrautRock; $?
*9> jam with Hank & The Boys @ Tartan Toorie, 969 Fennell Ave. E., Hamilton
*9> open mic night with rotating hosts @ Coach & Lantern, 384 Wilson St E., Ancaster
*9:30> Rock jam @ Gladstone Tavern, 1385 Main St. E., Hamilton
9:30> acoustic open stage with Daryl Gray @ The George Hamilton, 1115 Fennell Ave., Hamilton
9:30> Chris Caddell & Friends @ Gallagher’s Bar, 69 Augusta St., Hamilton ~Blues-Rock
10> Strummers Union @ The Pheasant Plucker, 20 Augusta St., Hamilton
10> The Pistolettes @ Cat N Fiddle Hamilton, 174 John St., S., Hamilton ~Rockabilly/Country/Roots-Rock
4:30> Adam Cooke @ SB Prime, 380 Brant St., Burlington
6:30> Rob Reed @ Cucci Ristorante, 119 Jones St., Bronte
*7> Fraser/Daley @ Anchor Bar Burlington, 2000 Appleby Line, Burlington ~original Rootsy Blues
7> Scott Whittington @ Max Resto Lounge, 2180 Itabashi Way, Burlington
*7-10> Clarke County @ Montana’s BBQ Mississauga, 5031 Hurontario St., Mississauga ~Country
*7-11> James Anthony Band @ The Purple Heather, 3600 Dundas St. W., Burlington
7:30> Nashville Songwriters Association International Tin Pan North festival with with 2 -in-the-round sets featuring Jeffrey Joseph East, David Jarvis, Tori Sutherland, James Keith Norman at 7:30; Andrea England, Steven Morrison, Leah Butler, Connor Wilson at 9:30 @ Moonshine Café, 137 Kerr St. Oakville ~songwriters; $10
*7:30> Bluegrass jam @ RCL #551 Waterdown, 79 Hamilton St. N., Waterdown
8> Tom Barlow, Victoria Yeh, Chris McNeill @ Shore Grill, 71 Lakeshore Rd. E., Port Credit ~Rock/Top 40 covers & originals
8> Kent MacMillan @ Bronte Sports Kitchen, 2544 Speers Rd., Oakville
*8-12> jam hosted by The Personics @ Carrigan Arms, 2025 Upper Middle Rd., Burlington
8-12> Mike Stevenson & Friends @ Black Swan Burlington, 4040 Palladium Way, Burlington ~Rock/Top 40 covers
*8> Celtic Night @ Fionn MacCool’s Burlington, 2331 Appleby Line
9-1> Freedom Train @ Roc’n Doc’s, 105 Lakeshore Rd. E., Port Credit ~Rock/Pop
*9:30> jam with Jack B Nimble @ Abbey Road Pub, 3200 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga
9:30> Chris Partland @ Cuchulainn’s Irish Pub, 158 Queen St. S., Streetsville-Mississauga ~Pop Rock
*10:30> The Killin’ Time Duo @ The Dickens, 423 Elizabeth St., Burlington ~Pop Rock
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