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FEBRUARY

Friday, Feb 4th: MR. SOMETHING SOMETHING , Guest Selector: jon sikich $8.00

Saturday, Feb 5th: B.A. JOHNSTON , ESCAPE GOATS , TUPPERWARE , JESSE BONER

Thursday, Feb 10th: McMaster African Carribean Association: ONE MIC , Spoken word, poetry, hip hop, songs.

Friday, Feb 11th: CAUTION JAM , ROSE GARLAND , DEADHEADS .

Saturday, feb 12th: TURNING POINT Featured Selector: A MAN CALLED WARWICK , Sikich, A Night of Tropical Funk, AfroBeat. Global Jazz and Reggae. $5.00

Monday, February 14th: Valentines with HARRISON KENNEDY . Showtime: 7pm.

Friday February 18th: PLAN C : fUNKY lATIN aLTERNATIVE

Saturday February 19th: FAT CATS

Thursday Feb 24th: The ACOUSTICS , Lisa Winn , Ed Vandendool

Friday Feb 25th: MARK WILSON AND THE WAY IT IS, VANDERPARK, EARTHTONES , Triple header...

MARCH :

Saturday, March 5th: THE SPADES

Thurday, Mar. 10th: BEYOND THE PALE

Friday, Mar. 11th: CAROLE POPE ;)

Saturday, Mar. 12th: KOBAYASHI , THE QUARTERTONES (feat. serious )

Thursday Mar. 24th: Lindy , Mellisa McClelland

Thusrday, Mar 31st: NEERAJ PREM ENSEMBLE

APRIL :

Saturday, April 2nd: WASSABI COLLECTIVE

Thursday, April 7th: T LeChe

Saturday< April 23th: Miss Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings

Thursday, April 28th: TASA

Friday, April 29th: SKELETON KEY Classic Albums LIVE band playing the music of the Grateful Dead.

Good times!

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Saturday, Mar. 12th: KOBAYASHI , THE QUARTERTONES (feat. serious )

This will be a wicked show - Kobayashi was one of the first bands I was introduced to when I moved to montreal a few years back and still one of my favorite local acts. Killer grooves, singing, you name it. They do a wicked cover of Gillespie's "Night in Tunisia" - which, coincidently, is what got me hooked on the band.

And Lazlo - as far as I know we're playing PJC on Friday the 25th, not the 26th.

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BTP= Beyond the Pale is a contemporary acoustic fusion band rooted in klezmer and east European folk music, but influenced by everything from jazz and classical music to bluegrass, reggae, funk, and more. Intricate, virtuosic, organic, contemporary, explosive, and above all, unique.

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