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  1. Hey Toronto friends Toadhouse was added last minute to the local music night this Wednesday night at the Horseshoe. PM me if you would like to be added to the guest list. It's $5 cover at the door otherwise. Please help support local music! We hit the stage at 11:30!!
  2. There will be hard copies of the poster for sale, as well as older Toadhouse event posters also created by Dan Auld.
  3. On Saturday Sept 20th we will be officially releasing our very first full-length album 'BUFO' and we want all of our friends and family there to help celebrate this special occasion with us!! We decided to name the album Bufo after a genus of about 150 different species of true toads. The Latin word Bufo means toad. We felt this related to our music in the sense that we have tried to record our music in its truest form. This album was recorded over the months of February and March 2014, in Simcoe, at Morrison Studios. We wanted to keep our album as similar as possible to our live show. For the most part the tracks were recorded live off the floor. After many long hours and late nights we have given you our best... yet. With a lot of guidance from our producer Ryan Morrison and our spiritual guru Floyd, we feel that we have captured our live sound on our first full length album of original material. Joining us on stage that night will be our great friends Satisfied Customers and Sam Klass to help get the evening going. This will be followed by 2 FULL SETS of Toadhouse. We will also have live painting by KH8 and an art display featuring our very own Album Art Designer Dan Auld. $15 @ The Door or $20 with a CD. Doors @ 9PM Music @10PM This event is BYOB. https://www.facebook.com/events/675016045923217/?notif_t=plan_edited www.Toadhouse.ca www.Samklass.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Satisfied-Customers/125852074151433 www.kh8design.ca www.dracreations.carbonmade.com
  4. SCHEDULE: Friday May 16th Main stage 8:00-9:00 p.m TBA 9:30 - 11:00 Afterfunk Saloon Stage 11:00-12:15-Toadhouse 12:30-end Must Stash Hat Saturday May 17 main stage 11:00-12:00 Rusty Timbr & the dog house beats 12:15-1:15 Lofi Mind 1:30:-2:30 Blind Mule 2:40-3:00 Matty simpson 3:00- 3:45 Ginger St James 4:00-5:00 Snow Heel Slim &The Boogie Infection 5:15-6:15 Markt Band 6:30 -7:30 Elmo Combo 7:40-8:20 Dan Walsh 8:30-9:15 Gruve 9:30 -10:15 Mark Wilson & The Way It Is 10:30-12:00 KC Roberts & The Live Revolution Saloon stage 12:00-12:45 Tim Turvey & The Extraterroristrials 1:00-End Diesel Dog Sunday May 18th Main Stage 12:00-1:00 Monarch Project 1:15-2:00 Lower Ground 2:00-2:45Lindy 3:00-4:00 the zilli's 4:15 -5:00 Stephen Lewis 5:15-6:00 Flat 5 6:15-7:00The Retrievers 7:15-8:15 Ghost Town Orchestra 8:15: 9:15 Sons of Revelry 9:30 -10:30 Gypsy Ghost 10:45-12:00 Dirk Quinn Band Saloon stage 12:00-1:15 Motion grove 1:30-end Caution Jam
  5. Friday, May 2 at 9:00pm COVER - $8 Homegrown Hamilton 27 King William St, Hamilton, Ontario L8R 1A1 TOADHOUSE Jam / Funk / Rock / Progressive from Hamilton http://www.toadhouse.ca/ NEW STEMS Jammy Folky Noisy Trippy Rock n' Roll Music from Toronto http://www.newstems.bandcamp.com/ HOLLINGSHEAD ARMSTRONG AND LEHMANN Jazzy Jams from Hamilton.
  6. HA! that pic was during our Toadhouse set last May 24. We're looking forward to rocking the stage again this year!! Come check us out!
  7. I'm getting excited for this one too! I love shows when we get to play all night. It really allows us to find our groove. It's gonna be a fun night!
  8. Can I wear a knapsack on stage??? lol
  9. I'm not 100% sure about the set times but they might be close to this: Charlie Banjo Bean - 9pm-9:45pm Itzkotron - 10pm-11pm Toadhouse - 11:15pm-12:30pm Dirk Quinn Band - 12:45pm-Close
  10. Prepare to feast your eyes on enriching visuals and to dance your ass off!! Saturday January 25th 2014 At The Loft, 89 Gage Ave. S. in Hamilton. (corner of Main and Gage) Gallery viewing begins at 6pm Art Exhibition featuring sculptures and paintings by Keisha Neoma-Quinn Exhibition Closing Night starts with LIVE Music at 9pm Upstairs at The Loft $20 cover BYOB Dirk Quinn Band Toadhouse Itzkotron Charlie Banjo Bean ***************************************************** Charlie Banjo Bean: You might have met her at the art crawl under the name Keisha, but if she was dancing at the Saloon in Ghost Town, she would have said Charlie. Artist by day, Bluegrass Queen by night. Whichever name you know her by, Charlie Banjo Bean is definitely cool beans. When she straps on her five string, she’ll pick it pretty and belt it loud. It has been said that she can sing "You Are My Sunshine" in such a way that no harmonies could add anything. She could sing all damn day. (small taste of Charlie) Itzkotron: This is solo BASS looping at its core. Itzkotron lays down all of his sounds using the low end theory. These sonic frequencies portray a unique progressive experimental energy. A BASSic experience that will ease your mood and prepare you for a very good night. www.facebook.com/itzkotron Toadhouse: Toadhouse fans like to hop around in the rain. Whether you’re a frog with a condo, or a salamander in a castle, you are always welcome to join us for some hoppin’ and boppin’ in the Toadhouse. This Jam/Funk/Progressive Band from Hamilton uses improvisation as a key tool in developing their sound. With smiles on their lips and flies in their bellies, they’ll play you a set consisting of mostly Jam-rock originals, with a few essential mossy-covered-logs on the side. Come jump in the mud with Toadhouse. www.toadhouse.ca Dirk Quinn Band: Hailing all the way from Philadelphia, this high energy funk/jazz band has developed a unique and progressive style that has attracted the direly committed attendance of fans ranging from jam band hippies to jazz snobs. With impressive melodic sensibilities, rhythmic experimentation and an accessible modern edge, these talented musicians will lay beautiful and delicate movements on your ears before drawing you through evil dissonance and into the hard driving funk at its core. As the thoughtful, original melodies flow seamlessly over groove-heavy rhythms, organic improvisations guide the intricate song structures, providing a new strongly expressive experience every single time. Drawing inspiration from every musical genre, Dirk Quinn and the extremely talented and like-minded musicians with which he surrounds himself will give you something to dance about, and hum happily in your head for days. http://www.dirkquinn.com/ Keisha Neoma-Quinn: Keisha Neoma-Quinn lets her mind float and fall, play and explore into the far depths of her imagination from whence she opens the channels for ideas to flow out through her hands for all to see. Keisha’s creations stem from passions, from dreams and from those colourful places somewhere in her head that she’s never really been to and doesn’t quite understand, yet is somewhat aware of and finds somehow familiar. This body of work is engaging, energetic and expressive of pure creativity. The sculptures and paintings draw from the experience of live music, relationships with the natural world, and automatic free associations. With her art, Keisha aims to instil a positive feeling, a sense of fun and play for those who view the work, to remind them of the possibilities of silliness and imagination, and to enjoy life. The pairing of her creations with live music has been an ambition for some time, and how befitting for it to come to fruition in this particular space with an ideal selection of musical performances to highlight these visuals. www.keishaneoma-quinn.tumblr.com
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