Rockabilly legend “Slim” Jim Phantom of The Stray Cats fame landed in Toronto for an intimate show at the Cadillac Lounge. Rejuvenating one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music in the 1980s, The Stray Cats exposed a new generation to the early 1950s rockabilly sound. Opening the night was Toronto rockabilly icons The Royal Crowns.
Celebrating The Horseshoe Tavern’s 70th year as one of the legendary landmark music venues in Toronto, Bruce Springsteen E-street drummer co-hort Max Weinberg graced the legendary stage. Named Max Weinberg’s Jukebox, like a “jukebox”, the audience get to choose the songs for the band to play. Flanked by word-class “musician’s” musicians: Marshall […]
A little bit of music royalty from Asbury Park, New Jersey, graced the Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall for Canadian Thanksgiving. Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul armed with a 15-piece band played to a turkey-hangover crowd of Springsteen devotees. Promoting the latest release LP “Soulfire”, attendees were treated to revisiting songs that span the […]