Toronto Blues Society | Events for January 5 - December 11, 2021

The Toronto Blues Society's “Live Blues” Listings include blues shows in Toronto and across Southern Ontario. Please choose your viewing option on the right and click on list, day, week or month. Once you see a gig listing click through for more detail prepared to assist your concert going decision.

C.J. Lee

Supermarket 268 Augusta AveToronto,

Now based in London, ON, Australian-born blues & roots one-man band C.J.Lee is known for his soulful and energetic live shows. In 2020 at IBC he earned himself a semifinalist place, he also has been nominated for Best Blues Act by FCLMA.

$10

Little Magic Sam

Castro's Lounge 2116 Queen St EToronto,

Queen Pepper

Reservoir Lounge 52 Wellington St. EToronto,

Paul Reddick

Crowsnest Corner Dundas & CarlawToronto,

Dan Walsh

Soulful Kafe 81 Brant Ave, Brantford, Ontario

Soulful Kafe's Black & White Blues Lounge

$15.00

Milky Whites and the Bluesmen

Lou Dawgs - London 519 Richmond StLondon,

Jim Dan Dee

Cherry Cola's Rock'n'Rolla Cabaret and Lounge 200 Bathurst StreetToronto,

Toronto Fans! JDD is back at our second home, Cherry Cola's, all night long!

$15 – $20

Sean Pinchin

Shore Grill and Grotto 71 Lakeshore Blvd EPort Credit,

Fraser & Daley

Castro's Lounge 2116 Queen St EToronto,

Paul Reddick

Moonshine Cafe 137 Kerr StOakville,
$20

Spencer Mackenzie LIVE at Lou Dawgs in London ON

Lou Dawgs - London 519 Richmond StLondon,

Spencer Mackenzie trio with Matt Burns on drums and Justine Fischer on bass.

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