We want to give you a pair of tickets to the show! Tune in to 94.9 FM or online at chrwradio.ca/stream during these shows:
- Love Songs of London - Friday October 13th, 7am - 9am
- MediaFrenzy Fridays - Friday October 13th, 2pm - 4pm
- Radio What Wave - Friday October 13th, 4pm - 6pm
- The Third Stone - Thursday October 19th, 12pm - 1:30pm
When you hear the cue to call, dial 519-661-3600 and you could win a pair of tickets to the show!
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Call (519) 672-7950 or click here to purchase your tickets online now!
THIS CONCERT WILL FEATURE A SPECIAL ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE BY JULIAN TAYLOR!
What a pleasure it is to find in the monoculture of the current musical moment a group of musicians bold and talented enough to be various. In an era when music lovers seem to be required to like one thing, one style, one genre we get the protean of the Julian Taylor Band confident enough in their own abilities to delimit the genres and let the soulful beats resound from wider horizons. Here we have rhythm and blues, hard rock, thoughtful folky songs, and even a little hip-hop. In one way it signals something new —an exciting amalgamation of musical styles too long held apart. But in another way it’s a return to roots – the roots of the Toronto sound. You can’t listen to this album and not recall that Toronto has always been “the meeting place”. And just as many tribes and peoples always came through the nexus of this landscape so the musical tribes have continued the tradition. Not surprising then that this collection of songs erupts from the same musical epicenter that gave us Blood, Sweat & Tears, The Band, and Buffalo Spingfield hand-in-hand with cultural heavies like Neil Young, Gordon Lightfoot, Steppenwolf and Joni Mitchell. Julian Taylor is a natural heir to this rich tradition– something he shares with two other proponents of the Toronto sound, Drake and The Weeknd. His music arises naturally from deep steeping in the historically mixed musical milieu that begat it. It has the comfortability of an open mind a wide palette and an experienced and inspired musical talent. So, welcome to the smorgasbord. I think you’ll find it very flavourful. Or as the song says “Ooh that spice is nice.”