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Where It’s At! – February 17, 2011

Published February 28, 2011 in Where It's At

In this issue…
• Gladstone Hotel Melody Bar Blues / Free Admission
• Women’s Blues Revue on CBC Live
• CMW – Blues At Its Best
• JUNO Blues
• Harmonica Workshop
• Become a TBS Member!
• Concert Notes

Gladstone Hotel Melody Bar Blues / Free Admission
The Toronto Blues Society will be presenting the best in local blues talent the first Thursday of each month at The Melody Bar in The Gladstone Hotel. There will be no cover charge and each performance will begin at 8:30pm. Upcoming performances include Paul James solo (March 3, pictured), and Steve Dawson (April 7)!

Women’s Blues Revue on CBC Live
Did you miss the 24th annual Women’s Blues Revue at Massey Hall this past November? Want to relive the experience? Tune in to CBC Radio 1 (99.1 FM) Tomorrow at 2pm to hear the performances from that night in full.

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To stream the concert:

CMW – Blues At Its Best
Presented by DAWG FM and The Toronto Blues Society, this year’s Canadian Music Festival Blues Showcase will take place at The Silver Dollar Room on Sat March 12. The line-up is Johnny Max, Treasa Levasseur (pictured), The 24th Street Wailers, and Bill Durst. Doors at 5:30pm; advance tickets available at

JUNO Blues
Congratulations to this year’s JUNO nominees for best blues: The Sojourners, Johnny Max, FATHEAD, Harry Manx, and Jim Byrnes!

There will be two blues showcases during JUNO Week leading up to the JUNO Awards show in Toronto. The showcases will take place on March 25 & March 26 at Monarchs Pub (Delta Chelsea Hotel). Performing artists will be announced shortly.

Harmonica Workshop
Hosted by Maple Blues Award winner Paul Reddick (pictured), this year’s harmonica workshop will take place on Sat April 9 at Dominion on Queen. The workshop will run from 2pm-6pm and will cost $10 for members / $12 for public. Guest artists will be announced in the coming weeks, so stay tuned…

Become a TBS Member!
Enjoy the benefits of discounted tickets to TBS events. Have the Maple Blues Magazine delivered right to your door each month. Meet like-minded blues lovers and help keep the blues alive in Toronto. The Toronto Blues Society offers several different membership options:

CHARTER MEMBERSHIP – $45/year – Monthly Maple Blues Newsletter, membership card, discounts to TBS Events, exclusive access to special TBS events, other discounts, and voting rights./ FAMILY MEMBERSHIP – $65/year – Same privileges as Charter membership for a maximum of two adults and two children under 19./INSTITUTIONAL or BENEFACTOR MEMBERSHIP – $125/year – Same privileges as Charter membership, plus more – Please inquire./GENERAL MEMBERSHIP – $30/year – Monthly Maple Blues Newsletter/STUDENT MEMBERSHIP – $20/year – Same benefits as CHARTER membership (please include student card number)

Contact the TBS office today!

Concert Notes
John Hammond – February 18 & 19 – Hugh’s Room | Winterfolk IX – February 18-21 | Kevin Breit & Dominic Mancuso – February 23 – Lula Lounge | Duke Robillard – February 24 – Hugh’s Room | Yemen Blues – February 24 – The Mod Club Theatre | Ken Whiteley’s Gospel Bruch w/Alana Bridgewater, Basia Bulat & David Wall – February 27 – Hugh’s Room | Big Sugar – March 11 – Sound Academy | Paul Simon Tribute w/Terry Gillespie & Suzie Vinnick – March 11 – Hugh’s Room | Bob Hall w/Chris Whiteley and Diana Braithwaite (pictured) – March 20 – Hugh’s Room | Buddy Guy & Matt Andersen – Massey Hall – April 8 | John Primer – April 10 – Monarchs Pub | Suzie Vinnick CD Release – April 23 – Hugh’s Room | Smokin’ Joe Kubek & B’nois King – Regent Theatre Picton – May 7 | Little Walter Tribute – Hugh’s Room – May 15 | Waterfront Blues Festival – June 3-5

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