Thanks to the hundreds of you that came out to The Great Hall this past two weeks to talk about the history of music in Toronto. Stay tuned for more in the future.
A fantastic success
Free tickets can be picked up here: http://bit.ly/2yMVTBO
Joel Goldberg - Maestro Fresh Wes - Let Your Backbone Slide
Michael Williams (RapCity) will intro a music video for Devon Martin - Mr. Metro
Tim Hamilton - Barenaked Ladies - Lovers in a Dangerous Time
Kids on TV - John Caffery - Kids On TV - Breakdance Hunx
Rob Heydon Edwin - Alive - (Juno for Best Music Video 2001, MuchMusic Audience Award 2001)
Nyla Innuksuk - A Tribe Called Red - Indian City
Hill Kourkoutis - Mother Mother - Hayloft
We are very excited to announce the Tuesday, November 14th show is Sold Out. We are also very excited to announce that on Tuesday, November 21st at The Great Hall, Old Toronto Series, Myseum of Toronto and Brand Vision Media are presenting: Starting From The Bottom: A History of Toronto Music Videos. This will be a must-go event for anyone into film, interested in Toronto music history or simply how rich the history of Toronto is. Tickets are *Free* and you can get them here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/old-toronto-series-myseum-of-toronto-brand-vision-media-present-starting-from-the-bottom-a-history-tickets-39644137683
Fantastic honour to be nominated and asked out to the 2017 Heritage Toronto Awards at the Carlu this year!
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