Maple Blues Newsletter

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Since 1985, the Toronto Blues Society’s monthly newsletter has been distributed to TBS Members and blues fans across Toronto. In 1997, the newsletter was rechristened Maple Blues as its audience continued to grow from coast to coast.


Featured Monthly Columns:

John’s Blues Picks Loose Blues News Top Blues


HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

Maple Blues Newsletter is delivered to all Toronto Blues Society Members at the beginning of each month. To join the Toronto Blues Society and start your Maple Blues subscription, click here.


WHERE TO GET IT

Maple Blues is also available for FREE pickup in limited quantities at these fine establishments:

12th Fret | 2132 Danforth Ave
The Black Swan
 | 154 Danforth Ave
The Blue Goose Tavern | 1 Blue Goose St, Etobicoke, ON
The Cadillac Lounge | 1296 Queen St West
Cameron House | 408 Queen St West
Dora Keogh | 141 Danforth Ave
Grossman’s Tavern | 379 Spadina Ave
Hugh’s Room Live | 2261 Dundas St West
Jazz Bistro | 251 Victoria Street
Long and McQuade (Bloor & Ossington) | 925 Bloor St West
Paintbox Bistro | 555 Dundas St East
The Rex Hotel | 194 Queen St West
Violet’s Venue | 52 Morrow Rd, Barrie, ON


MAPLE BLUES MAGAZINE PERSONNEL


Publisher & Editor-in-Chief: Derek Andrews
Managing Editor: Brian Blain
Contributing Editors: John Valenteyn
Advertising Coordinator: Dougal Bichan | 416-645-0295
Listings Coordinator: Janet Alilovic

Distribution: Ed Parsons
Printing: Gullons Printing | 416-531-7999 | www.gullonsprinting.com


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TBS logo and WBR artwork by Barbara Klunder


The Toronto Blues Society acknowledges the annual support of the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage, and project support from FACTOR< and the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada’s Private Broadcasters, The Canada Council for the Arts, the SOCAN Foundation, SOCAN, the Ontario Media Development Corporation, and the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.