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The Toronto Blues Society’s yearly programming includes the annual Women’s Blues Revue, Maple Blues Awards, Hump Day Blues Series, TBS Talent Search, the biennial Blues Summit blues conference, and many other workshops and collaborative events.

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Andrew Craig Live at The Medley

Wednesday December 15 2021

The Medley

TORONTO BLUES SOCIETY PIANO BLUES SERIES PRESENTS
Andrew Craig
Wednesday December 15
at The Medley, 2026 Yonge Street.
Tickets FREE    Dining Minimum $25 per person
Doors at 7:30pm,  Show at 8:00pm
For Location and Dining information please visit www.themedley.ca

Bobby Dean Blackburn Live at The Medley

Wednesday November 17 2021

The Medley

TORONTO BLUES SOCIETY PIANO BLUES SERIES PRESENTS
The Legendary Bobby Dean Blackburn
Wednesday November 17
at The Medley, 2026 Yonge Street.
Tickets FREE $25 Dining Minimum
Doors at 7:30pm, Show at 8:00pm.
For Location and Dining information please visit https://themedley.ca
Follow the Free Admission Tab for your free tickets

Chasing the Blues / Harrison Kennedy

Wednesday October 13, 2021

The Paradise Theatre

Toronto Blues Society Book Launch Event

Chasing The Blues – A Traveller’s Guide to America’s Music

Authors – Josephine Matyas & Craig Jones will be Interviewed by Richard Flohil

And a special solo performance from Juno and Maple Blues Award winner Harrison Kennedy

Wednesday October 13, 2021 8pm

The Paradise Theatre

1006 Bloor ST W, Toronto

Tickets:
TBS Members: $6:00
Non-Members: $10:00

 

POSTPONED!!! Quisha Wint and Lance Anderson Live at The Medley

The Medley

Toronto Blues Society Piano Blues Series Presents

Quisha Wint and JUNO Award-winner Lance Anderson on Wednesday October 20 at The Medley,  2026 Yonge Street. Tickets $15.00. Doors at 7:30pm, Show at 8:00pm. For Reservations and Dining information please visit https://themedley.ca/ 

Talkin’ Blues: Diving Into Mako Funasaka Archives: Morgan Davis, Duane Blackburn & Terrance Simien

Sunday, June 27, 2021

TBS Facebook & YouTube

Mako Funasaka Archives resumes this month! Looking back at important blues moments, performances, and milestones, our second episode will air on Sunday, June 27th at 4pm EDT both on TBS YouTube Channel and Facebook page.

TBS Pioneer Profile Series: Pura Fé

Thursday, June 24

Online (TBS Facebook Page & Zoom)

Toronto Blues Society’s Pioneer Profile Series continues on Thursday, June 24th at 8pm EDT with Indigenous artist & activist Pura Fé joined by interviewer Diane Keye-Kohoko for an intimate conversation.

TBS Pioneer Profile Series: Jay Douglas

Thursday, May 6

Online (TBS Facebook Page & Zoom)

Toronto Blues Society’s Pioneer Profile Series continues on Thursday, May 6th at 8pm ET with Jay Douglas! The local legend will be joined in conversation with renown music interviewer Rudy Blair.

Live Streaming Bootcamp with Guillermo Subauste

May Tuesdays, 4, 11, 18 & 25

Online (Zoom)

Toronto Blues Society will continue to its online (Zoom) & free workshop series, with a Live Streaming Bootcamp with Guillermo Subauste, on May Tuesdays (4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th) between 1pm – 3pm ET. The last hour being reserved for Q&A.

Skills Development Workshop | Grants, Gigs & Getting It Done: Keys To Success

April Sundays, 4, 11, 18 & 25

Online (Zoom)

Toronto Blues Society is offering online (Zoom) & free workshop series, “Grants, Gigs & Getting It Done: Keys To Success”, on April Sundays (4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th) at 2pm EST, hosted by Rudi Quammie Williams (arts, culture, creative and business sector professional, Principal Consultant at The Wise Sage).

TBS Pioneer Profile Series: Harrison Kennedy

Thursday, April 1

Online (TBS Facebook Page & Zoom)

Toronto Blues Society’s Pioneer Profile Series continues on Thursday, April 1st at 8pm EST with Harrison Kennedy! The Blues legend will be joined in conversation with 2021 Juno nominee Julian Taylor.

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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.

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