Pete sowing his wild Otis on new album | 160423Sa | Shows for Sat. April 23, 2022


After spending several years mostly promoting the music of other songwriters, it’s great to see that Pop/Blues-Adult Contemporary songwriter Pete Otis has finally put some deserved focus back on his own creative output.  Tonight’s release of his new album of originals is another upward step for an artist who deserves far more recognition for his own talent.

Although on first listen I found the 11-track Mountains To Climb a bit discomfiting in spots —because the vocals on some of the songs I know and love from previous recordings are distinctly different— it becomes clear the more you delve into it that his performance here is actually more authentic and far more moving even than on some of his previous releases.

It seems here that Pete, so subdued and affable in person —at least until after the third Jack Daniels— has decided to unleash some of his inner fire and also some inner brimstone, even though it’s in the context of songs that are relatively laid back, smooth Pop/Adult Contemporary numbers, many even with a philosophical bent.

As it should be on a collection that pulls the heartstrings with lyrics that arise from love, relationships and the quest for self-actualization, the singing is front and centre on all of these tunes.  But here it achieves a new role, being employed also like an instrument as well as a vehicle for delivering meaning.  That’s not because the vocals are “perfect” —in fact exactly the opposite is the case.

There are moments on songs like “Chance On Love” and “Last Teardrop”, for example, when technically the delivery is all wrong —at least in the light of previously released versions of these songs on two of the four SongTown compilation discs he’s released since 2009.  At first it feels like you’re watching Michelangelo decide to leave a rough spot on the torso of “David” —yet on second and third listens these vocal “mistakes” or “glitches”, prove to be anything but.

The effect, even in the midst of the gentle unfoldings of depths from genial surface starts (that is a compositional knack Otis has mastered) is to unabashedly bare his soul, even if still in a somewhat controlled way. The moments that seem like overlooked slippages land like punches of poignancy, as if the feeling is just too real to be contained within any perfectly sculpted form, that we need to palpably feel the scars help knit together the present placidity and composure.

There’s a similar playful disregard for convention in some of the interesting, unique instrumentation and arrangements on many of the tracks as well.  Here again he’s let his inner urges loose to experiment like never before, employing a bouzouki (by acclaimed Kostas Filippeos) on a song you wouldn’t expect and utilizing wide range of sounds and effects by a long list of contributors playing a host of instruments, but all employed like an artist chooses colours and brush styles.  Since on the liner notes of the album [for which, I should disclose, I did the design work] no arranger is among those credited, and based on conversations with I’ve had with Pete, I think it’s safe to assume that Otis —with a lot of input from co-producers Steve Sherman and Nicky Bitter— was basically in charge of this.  If so, based on this calling card he has a whole new career option available to him, I would think.

Songs like “Koo Koo” and “Holy Moly” —both originally sort of light-hearted toe-tappers as I’m used to hearing them— here get a new treatment.  “Koo Koo” gets not so much a makeover as a body transplant: the lush orchestration and sensuous mood is very different from how this boppy Pop love ditty normally comes across when I’ve heard Pete play it live.  “Holy Moly” is more faithful to its previous incarnation but here the vocals are less like dressing on a vibe and more like the meat of the matter, as he delivers them with a rawer, more defiant attitude.

That more unleashed passion —barely subdued rage, almost, at times— particularly exudes on a more recent Otis composition that speaks to inner torments: the song “Nervous”.  Though often in performance disguised as another toe-tapper singalong, the tune viscerally relates to his youth, when he suffered from the social disability known as stuttering.  The song was born from the secret humiliation he felt in social situations, seared by paralyzing fear of being teased and rejected and trying to hide it or avoid it.  Ironically, it was music that proved to be the cure when, after he began writing songs, he discovered that he didn’t stutter when he performed them and used that knowledge to gain control over the condition.  But even if he doesn’t often let us see it otherwise, on this version of the song he hasn’t hidden the wounds.

It’s hard to know what to expect from his combo at tonight’s 8 p.m. release show at Black Swan Tavern, which features Otis and his current band sandwiched between two opening sets by Mike Bar and Pat Little and an after-the-feature showcase with Peter Verity and Friends,

There should be appearances by most of the players on the album, definitely including Sherman, Bitter, Harpin’ Norm Lucien, Darwin Bruce and Steve Didunyk, but he’ll have veteran sticks man Mike Fitzpatrick on the kit.   So when he does the tunes from the album with them, Otis could deliver something similar to the very polished sets he does at gala showcase events (such as the “Honouring Our Own” series he produces).  Or he may give us something more like what you’ll see when he gets up at an open stage solo after liquids start to loosen the lava from him.

Either way, the $20 cover —especially given that it includes a copy of the disc as well as the other performers— is definitely going to be well worth it.  Since a number of tickets have already been pre-sold, it’s probably a good idea to arrive early to ensure you don’t get stuck in a line-up outside the room at 154 Danforth Ave. near Broadview.

-Gary 17,

SHOW LISTINGS for Saturday, April 23, 2022

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416 - Toronto Central

11 a.m.> Song Creation Workshop with Signe Miranda, Taylor Abrahamse & Chris Birkett @ Blake Torne Studio, Suite 401-720 Bathurst St., TO

*12-3> The Sinners Choir @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W., TO ~Jazz; $

*2> Dr. B’s Acoustic Medicine Show open stage with Brian Gladstone @ Free Times Café, 320 College St. TO ~Roots

3> The Hot Five Jazzmakers @ C’est What, 67 Front St. E., TO ~traditional Jazz; $5

3> Jamzac @ Tranzac Club (Southern Cross), 292 Brunswick Ave., TO

3-6> Mike Murley Quartet @ The Pilot, 22 Cumberland St., TO ~Jazz

3:30> Advocats Big Band @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W., TO ~Jazz; $

4-7> Vince Volpe Trio @ Seven44, 744 Mount Pleasant Road, TO North ~$

4-7> Taxi Chain @ Graffiti’s, 170 Baldwin St., TO ~Celtic/Rock Fusion

*4:40-7:30> The Happy Pals @ Grossman’s, 379 Spadina Ave., TO ~New Orleans Jazz

*5-8> Blues & Troubles @ Déjà vu Bar, 389 College St., TO ~Blues

5> Manitou & guests @ The Central, 603 Markham St., TO ~Rock ’n’ Roll

6-8> Melissa Lauren & Nathan Hiltz @ 120 Diner, 120 Church St., TO ~Jazz; $10/pwyc

6> Swamperella @ Cameron House (front), 408 Queen St. W., TO ~Cajun Blues-Rock

6:30> Scott B Sympathy @ Tranzac Club (Southern Cross), 292 Brunswick Ave., TO ~Roots-Rock songwriter

7> “Drunk Romeo and Juliet” @ Tranzac Club (Main Hall), 292 Brunswick Ave., TO ~theatrical

7:30> Nick Teehan @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W., TO ~ Jazz; $

8:30> Death Cook @ May Café, 876 Dundas St. W., TO

*8:30-12:30> All Star Band feat. Joe Bowden & Brooke Blackburn @ Nawlins, 299 King St. W. TO ~Blues

9> The Better Half @ Dominion Pub, 500 Queen St. E., TO ~cover Pop Rock

9> Gunslingers @ Drums N Flats, 1980 Avenue Rd., TO North ~Guns N Roses tribute

9> Ice Panther @ Cameron House (rear), 408 Queen St. W., TO

9> Steve Holt Quintet @ Jazz Bistro, 251 Victoria St., TO ~Jazz; $

9> Running Violet album release with guests: Countless Numbers; Subject To Change; The Implications @ Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen St. W., TO ~indie; $8

9> Darkstone Crows; Serum; Christ Complex; No 2morrow; Fallen Legion @ The Central (2nd floor), 603 Markham St., TO ~hard Rock

9> Tough Age; Centur Palm; Germaphobes; Long Branch @ Monarch Tavern, 12 Clinton St., TO ~indie alt-Pop

9-1> Jeff G and the Four Heads @ Lola, 40 Kensington Ave., TO ~classic Rock/R&B

9:30> Red Velvet @ Seven44, 744 Mount Pleasant Road, TO North ~Rock/Top 40

9:30> Lady Kane @ Alleycatz, 2409 Yonge St., TO North ~Funk/Soul/R&B; $10

9:45> Dave Young Quintet @ The Rex, 194 Queen St. W., TO ~Jazz; $

*9:45> Tyler Yarema & His Rhythm @ Reservoir Lounge, 52 Wellington St. E., TO ~Jazz/Blues; $

10> Ride The Tiger @ Orbit Room, 480 College St. TO ~Funk/Soul; $

10> The Del Fi’s @ Cameron House (front), 408 Queen St. W., TO ~Rock ‘n’ Roll

10> Tribute to Prince with Alex Lukashevski; Ryan Driver; Paul Kolinski; Abigail Lapell; many surprise guests @ Tranzac Club (Southern Cross), 292 Brunswick Ave., TO ~tribute; no cover

10> Shelter @ Bier Markt Esplanade, 58 The Esplanade, TO ~Pop Rock

10-2> The Rattles @ Grossman’s, 379 Spadina Ave., TO ~Beatles tribute

10> Tupperware Remix Party; Scientists of Sound; AA Wallace @ Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W., TO

10> The High Rollers @ Scruffy Murphy’s, 150 Eglinton Ave. E., TO North ~Pop Rock

10> The Wrong Kids @ Bier Markt King, 600 King St., West, TO ~Pop Rock

10:30> Matthew Winkler @ Fionn MacCool’s Esplanade, 70 The Esplanade ~Pop Rock

10:30> Matt Morgan & The Mayday @ The Hideout, 484 Queen St. W., TO ~indie Rock

416 - Toronto East

*3:30-6> Johnny Wright @ Outriggers, 2232 Queen St. E., TO East ~R&B

6-9> Don Stevenson & Fergus Hambelton @ Relish, 2152 Danforth Ave., TO East ~acoustic Roots/Rock

6-8> Thelonious Hank @ Castro’s, 2116 Queen St. E., TO East ~Country

6:30> Branch 22 Whoop-de-doo variety show @ RCL #22, 1240 Woodbine Ave., TO East ~variety; $20

7> Pavlo @ The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Ave., TO East $50.75-81.50

8> Pete Otis album release for Mountains To Climb with opening sets by Michael Bar; Pat Little & following set by Peter Verity & Friends @ Black Swan Tavern, 154 Danforth Ave., TO East ~original Roots-Pop/Adult Contemporary

*8:30> open mic with host Jenn Kee @ The Grover Pub, 676 Kingston Rd., TO East

9-12> Kickback @ The Feathers, 962 Kingston Rd., TO East ~songwriter

9> Ragwax @ Old Nick Pub, 123 Danforth Ave., TO East ~acoustic Jazz/Blues

9> Washboard Hank & The O’Wringers @ Dora Keogh, 141 Danforth Ave., TO East ~Bluegrass/Rootsabilly

9> Andrew Fetterley Duo @ Murphy’s Law, 1702 Queen St. E., TO East ~Pop Rock

9> Stiletto Flats feat. Elana Harte @ The Eton House, 710 Danforth Ave., TO East ~classic/retro Rock

9:30-11:30> Felix & The Cats @ Relish, 2152 Danforth Ave., TO East ~cover & original Pop Rock

9:30> Elvis & Roy @ Linsmore Tavern, 1298 Danforth Ave., TO East ~tributes to Elvis & Roy Orbison; $10

10> Shawn Brady & Hervé Basset @ An Sibin Pub, 709 Queen St. E., TO East ~Pop Rock duo

10:30> Shred Penner @ Bier Markt Don Mills, 7 O’Neill Rd., TO East ~Pop Rock

416 – Toronto Etobicoke

*3-6> Danny B Band @ Blue Goose, 1 Blue Goose St., Etobicoke South ~R&B/Blues

**4-8> The Essentials with guest singer Brad Lovatt @ Southside Johnny’s, 3653 Lake Shore Blvd. W. Etobicoke South ~Rock-R&B

*4-8> The Meteors with guest Marshall Dane @ Timothy’s Pub, 344 Brown’s Line, Etobicoke South ~Blues/Rock/R&B

7:30> Luis Mario Ochoa Quartet @ Old Mill Inn (Homesmith Bar), 21 Old Mill Rd., Etobicoke ~Jazz; minimum table charge

8> Groove Nights @ Old Mill Inn (Dining Room), 21 Old Mill Rd., Etobicoke ~eclectic Pop Rock; minimum table charge

8> My Story Band @ The Rockpile, 5555 Dundas St. W., Etobicoke

8> The Diyagaskai; Fyoosha; AxMinister; Weed @ Etobicoke Local, 2961 Lake Shore Blvd., W., Etobicoke

9-1> Little Peter & The Elegants @ Jay Jay’s Inn, 2847 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Etobicoke ~50s/60s dance party Rock ‘n’ Roll; $10

9> Mimico Old Boys @ Blue Goose Tavern, 1 Blue Goose Rd., Etobicoke South ~ Rock/Blues

9> Why Now @ Maple Leaf House, 2749 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Etobicoke ~Rock/Top 40

9:30> The Dirty Rottens featuring Anthony Cee on guitar @ Refinery Public House, 3039 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Etobicoke ~classic Rock

9:30> Blackboard Blues Band @ Timothy’s Pub, 344 Brown’s Line, Etobicoke South ~Blues/R&B; $

10-2> Bone-Yard @ Southside Johnny’s, 3653 Lake Shore Blvd. W. Etobicoke South ~Rock/Top 40

10> The Heat @ Bier Markt Etobicoke, 199 North Queen St., Etobicoke ~Pop Rock

416 – Toronto Scarborough

*3-6> Still Sunday hosts invite Rock/Blues jam @ The Loaded Dog, 1921 Lawrence Ave. E., Scarborough

9-1> Fat Tony @ Black Dog Pub, 87 Island Rd., Scarborough ~ Pop Rock

9:30> Rock jam with Tommy Rocker Band @ Centro Pizza, 3406 Kingston Rd., Scarborough

*9:30-2> karaoke with The English Rose & The Mad Scotsman @ Winners, 2181 Lawrence Ave. E., Scarborough

9:30> Recovery Mode @ Stone Cottage Pub, 3750 Kingston Rd., Scarborough ~Pop Rock

9:30> Throwback Soundtrack @ Kornerstones, 1601 Birchmount Ave., Scarborough ~Rock/Top 40

10> Supernatural @ Smiling Jacks, 2548 Lawrence Ave. E., Scarborough ~classic Rock AC/DC to Zeppelin

416 - Toronto West

*12-3> Julian Fauth’s Blues Brunch @ Axis, 3048 Dundas St. W., TO West ~Blues

**2-6> open mic with guest host Loren Hicks @ Magic Oven, 347 Keele St., TO West

**5-8> Bill Heffernan’s Saturday Sessions with featured guest Jonathan Lynn releasing new album @ Gate 403, 403 Roncesvalles Ave. TO West ~Roots/Country/Pop

5-8> Brian Sasaki and The Scuffed Soul @ The Local, 396 Roncesvalles Ave., TO West ~Rockabilly

*5-8> Blues jam with Ken Yoshioka @ On Cue Billiards, 349 Jane St., TO West ~Blues

8-10> “A Night In Paris” with Nicole “Songbird” Coward @ Humble Beginnings, 3109 Dundas St. W., TO West ~acoustic classic French songs; no cover

8:30> Celebration of Levon Helm with Chuck Jackson, Johnny Max, Scott Cushnie, Jerome Levon Avis; members of The Last Waltz Band @ Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas St. W., TO West ~tribute; $40

9> David Craig with George Bauman on sax & Dave McManus on bass @ Axis Gallery & Grill, 3048 Dundas St. W., TO West ~Blues/Rock

9-1> John Deehan Jazz Band feat. Zoe Chilco @ Gate 403, 403 Roncesvalles Ave., TO West ~Jazz

9> Five and Tens; M.I.C. x TRIPL-R double ep promo party @ The Tennessee, 1554 Queen St. W., TO West ~indie; $15

9> BA Johnson @ Junction City Music Hall, 2907 Dundas St. W., TO West ~Blues

9> !DO!; Neufeld/Whitty @ Burdock, 1184 Bloor St. W., TO West ~$10

9> Ice Cream album release @ Smiling Buddha, 961 College St., TO West ~indie; $

9> Tim Bradford Band @ The Local, 396 Roncesvalles Ave., TO West  ~Country

9:30> The Features @ The Cat, 3153 Dundas St. W., ~Pop Rock/Top 40

9:30> Andira Simone @ Fat City Blues, 890 College St., TO West

9:30> Fiction @ Brazen Head Pub, 165 East Liberty St., TO West ~Pop Rock

10-2> Shane Murphy @ Dakota Tavern, 249 Ossington Ave., TO West

10:30> Conjunto Lacalu @ Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. W., TO West ~Salsa; $15


3-6> Gary Cain Band @ Brando’s Beach House, 135 Market St., Brantford

8> John Tayles @ Fionn MacCool’s Kitchener, 4287 King St. E., Kitchener ~Pop

9> The Great Canadian Swampstompers featuring Ted Rusk for album wrap party @ Avalon Jazz Lounge, 229 Ninth St. E., Owen Sound ~original Rock/Blues

9> The Crimps @ Fionn MacCool’s Guelph, 494 Ediburgh Rd. S., Guelph ~Pop


5> Rick & Gailie @ Black Horse Pub, 452 George St. N., Peterborough

8-11:45> Groove Project @ Harbour Street Fish Bar, 10 Keith Ave., Collingwood ~Rock/Funk

8:30> The Famous Tonemasters @ Black Horse Pub, 452 George St. N., Peterborough ~Pop Rock

9> Angie Nussey @ The Huron Club, 94 Pine St., Collingwood ~original & cover Roots-Pop

9:30> Faultline @ Sticky Fingers Dunlop, 150 Dunlop St. W., Barrie

9:30> Newfoundland Kitchen Party @ Red Dog Tavern, 189 Hunter St. W., Peterborough

10> Child Lease; M. Anager; Puberty Hands @ The Garnet, 231 Hunter St. W., Peterborough

905 East

*3-5> The Quartet @ Tartan Tavern, 555 Rossland Rd. E., Oshawa ~Pop Rock

*4> Susan Latimer @ Simcoe Blues & Jazz, 926 Simcoe St., Oshawa ~original Roots

*9-1> karaoke with Rob MacArthur @ Tudor Rose, 700 Harwood Ave. S., Ajax

9> Rob Kirkham & Neon Rain @ The Corral, 433 Simcoe St. S., Oshawa ~Country

9> Teenage Head; Python; Black Corporation @ The Atria, 59 King St. E., Oshawa ~Punk; $

9-1> Kevin McKenderick @ Simcoe Blues & Jazz, 926 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa

9-1> Jason Mercer Band @ Tap and Tankard, 224 Brock Rd. S., Whitby ~Rock/Pop

9> Gentlemen Husbands @ The Moustache Club, 15 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa

9:30> Darren Smith with Juggernaut @ The Edge, 250 Bayly St., Ajax ~Rock

10> Another Round @ Tartan Tavern, 555 Rossland Rd. E., Oshawa ~Pop Rock

10-2> Cece Pastor & Word Of Mouth @ Fionn MacCool’s Ajax, 36 Kingston Rd. E., Ajax ~Pop Rock

10-2> Phoenix Rising @ Whisky John’s, 843 King St. W., Oshawa ~Rock/Top 40

905 North

6-10> Mark Yan & Barry Mulcahy @ Ray’s 3rd Generation Bistro, 1475 Queen St. W., Alton ~acoustic Pop covers & originals

9-1> Full Tilt @ Oscar’s Roadhouse, 1785 Queen St. E., Brampton ~Pop Rock/Top 40

9:30> Nosmo Kings @ Jake’s Boathouse Brampton, 59 First Gulf Rd., Brampton ~Pop Rock

9:30> Synsonic @ Aw Shucks, 15230 Yonge St., Aurora ~Pop Rock

10> The Royal Pains @ Village Inn, 2 Holland St. E., Bradford

*11> DJ Ozne (Enzo Simone) @ Britannia Pub, 7359 Yonge St., Thornhill

905 South

**2-4:30> Davidson, Dicresce & Nero host jam with guests @ Pub Fiction, 1242 Garner Rd. W., Ancaster ~Rock/Top 40

**2> Brant Parker Band with guest tba @ Donnelley’s Pub, 54 Front St., Thorold ~Blues

*2-6> jam w. Tom Finocchio @ Sam’s Place, Barton-Chestnut Sts., Hamilton

**2:30> special guests Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley with The Mighty Duck Band @ The Golden Pheasant, 244 Ontario St., St. Catharines ~R&B/Blues

**2:30> Blues Matinée @ Coach & Lantern (upstairs), 384 Wilson St E., Hamilton ~Blues

8> Irish Easter Rising @ Corktown Pub, 175 Young St., Hamilton

8> Undercover Band @ Pub Fiction, 1242 Garner Rd. W., Ancaster ~Rock/Top 40

9> Andy Griffiths & Friends @ Homegrown Hamilton, 27 King William St., Hamilton ~Roots-Rock

9> Shari & John @ Coach & Lantern, 384 Wilson St E., Hamilton

9> Public Animals; Hawkeyes; Backbiters @ This Ain’t Hollywood, 345 James St. N., Hamilton ~Punk/garage Rock; $

9> Marcus Star @ Rebel’s Rock, 537 King St. E., Hamilton

9> Empty Lenz @ Wellington Arms, 222 Cannon St. E., Hamilton

**9> Niagara Rhythm Section @ The Old Winery, 2228 Niagara Stone Rd., Niagara-On-The-Lake ~R&B/Blues

9:30> Motown Mania @ Stonewalls Hamilton, 339 York Blvd., Hamilton ~Motown hits

9:30> By Design @ Doc Magilligan’s Irish Pub, 6400 Lundy’s Lane, Niagara Falls ~Rock/Top 40

905 West

**2-6> Sil Simone Band with special guest Cheryl Lescom @ Carrigan Arms, 2025 Upper Middle Rd., Burlington ~Rock/Blues

**2-6> Saturday Blues Sermon with James Anthony & special guest @ Black Swan Pub Burlington, 4040 Palladium Way, Burlington ~Blues

*3-7> jam with Michelle Deneault & Redder @ Port Credit Legion, 35 Front St., Port Credit

*3-7> open stage jam @ Moonshine Café, 137 Kerr St., Oakville; $2

*4-8> Lost Vegas @ Roc’n Doc’s, 105 Lakeshore Rd. E., Port Credit ~Pop Rock

8-12> The Donefors with Pat Maloney @ Moonshine Café, 137 Kerr St., Oakville ~Roots-Rock/eclectic; $10

9> 905 Band @ Boston Manor, 4460 Fairview Ave., Burlington ~Rock/Top 40

9> Fire When Ready @ Fionn MacCool’s Burlington, 2331 Appleby Line, Burlington ~Pop

9:30> Amanda Rose Band also featuring Josh Gordon @ The Franklin House, 263 Queen St. S., Streetsville ~Pop Rock

9:30> Daylight For Deadeyes @ Cuchulainn’s Irish Pub, 158 Queen St. S., Streetsville-Mississauga ~Pop Rock

9:30> Barlow & McNeill @ Shore Grill, 71 Lakeshore Rd. E., Port Credit ~Pop Rock/Top 40

9:30> Material Men @ Sixth Line Pub, 1500 Sixth Line, Oakville ~80s hits

9:30> Jamie Todd & Larry Downing @ Fionn MacCool’s Oakville, 350 Dundas St. E., Oakville ~Pop

9:30> The Spinz @ Jersey’s Bar, 1450 Headon Rd., Burlington ~Rock/Top 40

10-2> The Killin Time Band @ Roc’n Doc’s, 105 Lakeshore Rd. E., Port Credit ~Rock/Top 40; $

10> The Left-Fielders @ Bier Markt Mississauga, 55 City Centre Drive, Mississauga ~Pop Rock

10:15> The Ballroom Babies @ Failte, 201 City Centre Dr., Mississauga ~Rock/Top 40

10:30> Hot Machine @ The Dickens, 423 Elizabeth St., Burlington ~Pop Rock

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