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|Beatles tribute this weekend in Toronto|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Tuesday, 08/31/10 4:00 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
This Friday, Michael Wrycraft presents Twist & Shout: A Tribute to the Beatles at Hugh's Room in Toronto, Canada. It promises to be, as all Man Called Wrycraft presentations, an eclectic and astounding line-up of musicians to celebrate one of the greatest musical groups of our time.
The performers will include Christine Duncan & the 20-member Element Choir, an astounding Avant-Choir that must be seen and heard to be believed, Wendell Ferguson, six-time CCMA Guitarist of the Year and Canada's "Go-To-Country-Session-Player", George Koller with Pat Murray, stand-up Bass and Sitar with a great Toronto Vocalist, and James Keelaghan, one of Canada's Truly Great Singer/Songwriters.
Also performing will be Scott McCord & the Bonafide Truth Horn Section, Toronto Blues Society's 2009 New Blues Band of the Year with a wicked Horn Section, Michael Occhipinti with Lester McLean, eight-time Juno nominee and one of the great Canadian Jazz Guitarists with a fantastic Toronto R&B/Soul Singer, Alejandra Ribera, a passionate, intense singer/songwriter, the buzz about Alejandra over this last year has been huge, and Maury Lafoy and Graham Powell with pure pop harmonies from the founding members of The Supers.
All in all, 38 great musicians in 8 acts performing around 20 Beatles songs.
Twist & Shout: A Tribute to the Beatles takes place on Friday, September 3, 2010 (Labour Day Weekend) at 8:30pm sharp at Hugh's Room, which is located at 2261 Dundas St. W., Toronto. Tickets are $22 in advance or $25 at the door, for ticket information plese call 416-531-6604, send an email to email@example.com or visit www.hughsroom.com.
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