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November 2021 – Quisha Wint

Quisha Wint will be a guest vocalist at the Women’s Blues Revue Friday November 26 @ Roy Thomson Hall

October 2021 – Loose Blues

Silver Dollar Room rises from the ashes (twice): The Dollar is back at its original location, meticulously restored, but not yet open  to the public. A privileged few have received a guided tour of the revived bar that was demolished along with the adjoining Waverly Hotel in 2018 to make way for a new residential property.

Chasing the Blues / Harrison Kennedy

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

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


POSTPONED!!! Quisha Wint and Lance Anderson Live at 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 

October 2021 – Sue Foley

Sue Foley is on the road again

September 2021 – Tabby Johnson

September 2021 - Tabby Johnson

Tabby Johnson will host the Women’s Blues Revue November 26 at Roy Thomson Hall

August 2021 – Reeny Smith

Nova Scotian Reeny Smith will make her Toronto debut at the Women’s Blues Revue November 26 at Roy Thomson Hall

August 2021 – The Brothers

When Jaimoe, a founding member and drummer of the Allman Brothers made a call to members of the group alumni suggesting they reconvene for a concert celebrating 50 years of the brotherhood, he was met with the kind of positive responses he had hoped for.

August 2021 – Tommy Castro

So you want to be a bluesman? Or woman (to bring us into the 21st century)? Take a listen to Tommy Castro’s latest album, “A Bluesman Came to Town, a blues odyssey.” It’s an invitation and a warning of the joys, fringe benefits and bumps in the road, all wrapped up in vivid storytelling.

August 2021 – JP LeBlanc

This is JP LeBlanc’s first album in 15 years, and man, was it worth waiting for. The native of Bathurst, New Brunswick was somewhat of a young prodigy, infected by the blues at the age of 11, picking up guitar and joining high-powered jams as a teenager and recording his first CD at the age of 21.

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