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  1. More Soul Rebels Photos The Late Night tent at the Ottawa Jazz Festival is always worth stepping into at 10:30. Nearly every night, there will likely be something that will keep the curious around, wind them up and get them dancing until midnight. Last year a fine example of this experience was Lake Street Dive's set. They literally, not figuratively, promised to "come back real soon". It's been 1 year of that broken promise but don't be surprised to see a band from this intimate party turn up on the main stage on a following year. Snarky Puppy, another plywood-dancefloor shaker from last year's festival were slotted in the same tent, instigated a dance party, while this year they are elevated to the main stage. It's difficult to imagine a dance party anywhere close to what happened in the tent considering a large portion of the crowd have chairs or blankets to sit on. Smash cut to tonight where The Soul Rebels debuted themselves at the Ottawa Jazz Festival scene displaying their lung capacity and power with a full stage of horns. Their set was impossible to avoid dancing to, and those that weren't were encouraged with a few moves from the band. The set was loaded with their own tunes and a dusting of solid covers like the Beatles 'Come Together' the opening cover of while later on, they administered a dose of Daft Punk's . It's a strange feeling to have a deep bass loaded groove going when it's driven by a sousaphone (a tuba that you wear) and recognizing that there is a musician blowing air into it from his freaking mouth. For an hour and a half. How did he not pass out? Around midnight, it was time to say goodnight to the Jazzfest crowd but the audience would not leave without an encore. A few of the horns had already walked off of the stage towards the soundboard. That was a clue that more was in store. They launched into one more funky number, Uptown Funk, and the members who left the stage were walking through the crowd as they played their parts, enhancing the intimacy of the show, and landing a satisfying finish. The danger of missing a show like this is that they will likely be invited back and have their show escalated to the main stage. This is the kind of math one must consider when looking at multiple stages at any music festival. It's wise to pay attention to the side stage or the late show. Any of these acts could become the next headliner and become much harder to get close to.
  2. Van Morrison Wilco Of Monsters and Men The Sheepdogs The Barr Brothers Passenger Wintersleep Walk Off The Earth The Avett Brothers St. Paul & The Broken Bones UB40 The Tubes Patrick Watson Lord Huron Steep Canyon Rangers Built to Spill Will Butler Elle King Lisa LeBlanc Lucinda Williams Kitty, Daisy & Lewis Amy Helm Lucius and more, obviously... During CityFolk, ticket holders will be able to access the paid side on the Great Lawn, which will feature two side-by-side stages that will offer alternating musical acts and a VIP viewing section. The Aberdeen Pavilion will feature free programming and incorporate a food and micro-brew experience. There will also be workshop SESSIONS and numerous free family activities, including a KidZone. The newly renovated Horticulture building will house the ‘Hort Stage', an additional and intimate setting for ticket holders. All main stage headliners will start their sets by 8:30 p.m. and the music will be moved indoors at 10 p.m. There will be a one-day pre-sale on Thursday, June 4, beginning at 10 a.m. On this day only, a limited number of five-day transferable passes will be sold, starting at the incredible price of $99. A limited number of VIP passes will also be sold, starting at $199. The regular on-sale campaign begins June 5, when all levels of tickets are up for grabs, including single- and multiple-day tickets. Ticket information visit: www.cityfolkfestival.com CityFolk runs from September 16 through 20. The festival site will offer a wide variety of food and merchandise concessions and is licensed. Check out the CityFolk website for more to come in the weeks ahead.
  3. Jonathan Billings recording of the May 2, 2015 show by Must Stash Hat at JImmy Jazz in Guelph, ON is now available for downloading and streaming: https://archive.org/details/mustashat2015-05-02.mustashat2015-05-02
  4. Upcoming Psychedelic Fridays Shows: Feb 6: Diesel Dog w/ Stephen Lewis Feb 13 Days Of You w/ Lower Ground Feb 20 Harvest Wind (Grateful Dead Tribute) w/ Flat 5 Feb 27 Chartreuse, Glass Sattelite, New Stems (Jamtronica night) Mar 6 Rose Garland w Toadhouse Mar 13 Caution Jam Gratefully Deadicated Sound System, Jackets, Unseen Strangers, Mark T. Band, Must Stash Hat and more! Keep your eyes out for future promotions with The Come Together Music Festival, The Grateful Dead 50 Reunion and more! Please share, "like" and help get the word out! 292 College St. Toronto, Ont Mailing list: psychedelicfridays@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/PsychedelicFridays?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
  5. https://www.facebook.com/events/1011007728913498/ Psychedelic Fridays continues with Must Stash Hat on Jan 30th. The Cage 292 292 College st, (west of Spadina) Toronto Opening up will be Harvest Wind We have been getting some great bands in to Psy Fridays and Must Stash Hat is one of our faves. Come on out and support a regular jamband scene in downtown Toronto. Please help out to share the event and the bands page to friends! We know there are lots of folks out there who would love to see this grow. Thanks and see you out there!
  6. Upcoming Psychedelic Fridays: The Cage 292 (292 College St, w. of Spadina) Fri. Jan 16, Grateful Dead DVD night, Closing of WInterland 78 and more. 8:30 no coverFri. Jan 23, Jackets w/ The Calrizians $5Fri. Jan 30 Must Stash Hat w/ Harvest Wind $5 Fri. Feb 6 Diesel Dog w/ Stephen Lewis and more to come.. Hope to see you out!31 people reached http://thecage292.rocks/?post_type=tribe_events
  7. Jazz and music lovers have much to look forward to in 2015. The Ottawa Jazz Festival will present the 4th TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Festival this February over two weekends from Feb. 6 – 8 and Feb. 13 – 15. The first weekend features a remarkable array of Canadian and international jazz heavyweights. The second weekend showcases unique projects and collaborations with a consummate gathering of remarkable jazz artistry. Shows in Sacred Spaces features the five individual artists such as Martha Wainwright in their own unique shows featured throughout various smaller spaces inside Dominion-Chalmers United Church. Later that evening inside the Sanctuary each artist will perform 3 songs in one breath-taking musical tribute to Canadian legend singer songwriter Leonard Cohen’s 80th birthday! More info: http://ottawajazzfestival.com/
  8. The Mark T. Band: An Evening of Jerry Garcia Band Music Friday Jan 9th The Cage 292, (292 College st, Toronto On) 9:30 $5 at the door https://www.facebook.com/events/317810928408332/?fref=ts Mark and the guys are just kicking out the JGB jams. Mark's guitar and singing is amongst the best in the biz. If you haven't seen these guys do yourself a favor and come check them out.
  9. Psychedelic Fridays at The Cage 292 Presents: The Formula: Original Funk w/ The Better Lates. https://www.facebook.com/events/1507065632906193/ Friday Dec. 12th. 292 College St. (at Spadina) Downtown Toronto. Come out and let Mike Hopkins funk you out! https://www.facebook.com/PsychedelicFridays
  10. The Mark T. Band: An Evening of Jerry Garcia Band Music Psychedelic Fridays at The Cage 292. 292 College St, (west of spadina) Toronto 9:30 $5 at the door. Come on out and support a jamband weekly in downtown T.O. https://www.facebook.com/events/1494395790821682/ https://www.facebook.com/marktband?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/292college?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
  11. The Cage 292 (292 College st, at Spadina, Toronot) is now running it's Psychedelic Fridays weekly. https://www.facebook.com/PsychedelicFridays Dec. 5 , The Mark T. Band: An Evening of Jerry Garcia Band Music https://www.facebook.com/marktband?fref=ts Dec/ 12 Mike Hopkins and The Formula: Original Funk w/ The Better Lates Dec/ 19 Caution Jam: X mas party https://www.facebook.com/cautionjam?fref=ts also many more soon including Must Stash Hat, Jackets , Diesel Dog and more Our main room holds 170 with Concert sound and our front room stage holds 50 -70 on a small intimate system. Come on out and support the local jamband scene on a weekly. Please "like" us on Facebook and don't forget to "like" the bands that we are hosting. They are the reason we doing it!
  12. Just helping to get the word out. https://www.facebook.com/thelizardstoronto?fref=ts
  13. Mark T. Band is keeping up the pace. Back for Psychedelic Fridays at The Cage 292. Dec. 5th. Please help by inviting and sharing! https://www.facebook.com/events/1494395790821682/ https://www.facebook.com/marktband?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/292college?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
  14. Come Join Diesel Dog at The Cage 292 for DSO afterparty and keep your dance on. Thursday Nov. 13. midnight to close. 292 College St. (just west of spadina) $5 cover. Flyers will be circulating at the DSO show with $2 Cage Cash printed on back. (good for drinks or food) https://www.facebook.com/events/587388174723471/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
  15. An Evening with The Jerry Garcia Band Music, The Mark T. Band, November Fri 7th, The Cage 292, Toronto 292 College (at Spadina around the corner from the Comfort Zone) Moving the experience to a great dance orientated club in the heart of the downtown scene. Come out and suppport a jamband homebase.
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