After a gruelling arctic winter in Toronto, there is nothing like appreciating the summer season in the city.
Roy Thomson Hall: Live on the Patio weekday events are a perfect summer sabbatical to enjoy the city and upcoming Canadian musical talent.
Rising Canadian artist Kandle, (who recently played in May at the Canadian Music Week Showcase) graced the scenic Roy Thomson patio stage.
Already amassing a pretty impressive resume in her short career with collaborations with July Talk’s Peter Dreimanis, Broken Social Scene’s Sam Goldberg and shows all over North America.
Kandle and her bandmates arrived at the picturesque stage, with crystal pool in front and the clear blue city skyline behind.
After an impressive, stellar CMW Showcase in May, there were plenty of carry-over fans, many who lined up for the 5pm venue door opening. Kandle’s setlist touched upon her two earlier releases including: “Bender”, “When My Body Breaks” and “Not Up to Me”.
With bold, evocative songs, Kandle clearly has a bright future, the band finished off the set with “Demon”.
Upcoming Live on the Patio acts includes The Zaki Ibrahim Trio, Laila Biali, Classic Albums Live (Rolling Stones), Dione Taylor and Iskwé. Visit, Roy Thomson Hall: Live on the Patio for upcoming performances, HERE…