Thursday, August 18, 2005

Here is an early scoop for you serious bloggers!! (btw, dont forget that Rob Clutton and I are performing in duo at the Red Guitar on Wed August 24!!!! 9pm (two sets)

Now the scoop:
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Guelph Jazz Fest artists featured at New Toronto Jazz Venue!

The Colonial Tavern, Bourbon Street, Georges Spaghetti House, Top O’ the Senator the Rex Hotel, and now the RED GUITAR! Toronto’s newest Jazz Venue and addition to the cities’ great jazz legacy; the Red Guitar is having the first of its monthly series.

The monthly music series, each with a new theme will happen the second weekend of each month and GUELPH ENCORE is no exception (September 8-11). This series features some of the top billed artists at the world famous Guelph Jazz Festival that happens concurrently in Guelph Ontario. Guelph Encore will feature artists from Toronto, England, Quebec, British Coloumbia and Guelph.

These top avant-garde artiststs include guitarist/composer Rene Lussier, improvising pianist Veryan Weston and saxophonist, avant-garde music icon John Oswald.

The Red Guitar Arthouse Café is located at 603 Markham St. in the heart of Mirvish Village. There is jazz music five nights per week including solo piano Sundays featuring two different pianists each week. Manager and owner of this beautiful new venue is jazz vocalist Corry Sobol.
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Guelph Encore Series: four days of avant-garde music from artists featured this year at the world famous Guelph Jazz Festival.

8 John Oswald +2
9 Gordon Michael Allen Trio
10 Rene Lussier /Tony Wilson /Tim Posgate
11 Solo piano Sundays, 9pm John Kameel Farah 1030pm Veryan Weston (London, England)

Guelph Encore Series
The Red Guitar Arthouse Café
September 8-11 (first set 9pm, second set 1030pm)
603 Markham St.
Toronto
Cover $9

For more information contact: Corry Sobol 416 913-4586
Email: Corry@theredguitar.com
www.theredguitar.com

1 Comments:

At 9:37 PM, Blogger Lyle said...

Hi Tim. I doubt you would remember me but I used to catch your shows in Montreal when you used to play at a hotel on Park Ave. I even have your first CD..:) I always wondered what you had been up to and now I know. Good to see that you are still playing...and a bunch apparently. Cool stuff. I have a small website featuring Jazz guitar players which you may be interested in checking out at http://www.jazzguitarlife.com If it is ok, I will add your blog link to the site. Let me know. It is really great reading up on how you are doing and I wish you all the best. Take care.

 

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