Lynn Moffatt Band, Charlie The Kid, Cattle & Cane, Terence Jack, T. Thomason, The Do Good Badlies, F.Scott and The Nighthawks

Thu May 10 2018

6:00 PM Doors

The Dakota Tavern

249 Ossington Avenue Toronto, ON M6J 3A1

$8.00

Ages 19+

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CMW Showcase


Lynn Moffatt Band 

Charlie the Kid

Cattle & Cane

Terence Jack

T. Thomason

The Do Good Badlies

F.Scott and the Nighthawks

 

This event is part of Canadian Music Week for more information / set times visit cmw.net/music


Line up subject to change / no refunds

 

CMW Presents:
Lynn Moffatt Band, Charlie The Kid, Cattle & Cane, Terence Jack, T. Thomason, The Do Good Badlies, F.Scott and The Nighthawks

  • Lynn Moffatt Band

    Lynn Moffatt Band

    Contemporary Country

    Lynn Moffatt was born and raised in a small town in Northern Ontario, where her passion for creating music was inspired by the clean country melodies of her idols Patsy Cline and Shania Twain. In late 2015, after spending a few years developing her own style as a performing musician in Toronto, Lynn formed her own band - The Lynn Moffatt Band with Matthew Riggs (guitars & vocals), Tyson Hiseler (Bass guitar), Chris Hall (Electric Pedal Steel), Stefan Loebus (drums), and Michael Zahorak (keyboards). Lynn has since embarked on a music tour across the United States, and released three singles: “Again”;“Dark Room”; and “Check It Out”. 
    Lynn’s music is groovy, bluesy, country rock mix, filled with soul and raw emotion.  She's planning a Canadian Tour for summer 2018. 

  • Charlie The Kid

    Charlie The Kid

    Folk

    "He’s got spunk…” - Everyone.  Charlie the Kid’s high energy and upbeat style, along with youthful flavour and humour is what make him one of the GTA's most unique singer-songwriter’s. Equipped with songs, a guitar, guitar-case-kick-drum and license-plate-foot-snare, his style emulates the likes of 'Jason Mraz', 'Barenaked Ladies' and musical comedian 'Bo Burnham’. 

    Playing since the ripe young age of 11, this kid’s been performing for years. Currently playing over 100 shows a year, he keeps busy performing with local and touring bands around Toronto and Ontario. Gigs range from pubs and bars, to sidewalks and busking festivals, to venues like The Mod Club, The Cameron House, The Painted Lady, amongst others. Fun stuff. Some big moments for Charlie the Kid were placing the 2017 Indie Week Finals in Toronto, making the Grand Finale of the Kingston Busker's Rendezvous, and this year, quitting his day job to pursue music. That last one was a big deal... 

    Aside from playing guitar and working on a record for Toronto band ‘Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies’, Charlie is currently working on weekly YouTube content and regular gigging in Toronto. Things are going alright for Charlie the Kid!

  • Cattle & Cane

    Cattle & Cane

    Indie Pop

    Led by siblings Helen and Joe Hammill, Cattle & Cane are capable of shifting even the hardest of hearts with their perfect soaring harmonies. After spending 2017 sharing stages with the likes of Tom Odell, Brian Wilson and The Head & The Heart, not to mention performing countless sold-out headline dates across the UK, Cattle & Cane have been making quite a name for themselves with their magical live shows.

    Sophomore album ‘Mirrors’ (May 2017) effortlessly showcased Cattle & Cane’s stunning songwriting and saw the band nominated in three categories in the 2018 Unsigned Music Awards at The Great Escape. Produced by Luuk Cox at ICP Studios in Brussels and mastered by Frank Arkwright (Arcade Fire, Coldplay, New Order) at Abbey Road Studios in London, the album also hit the top 20 of the Official UK Independent Album Chart thanks, in part, to a successful PledgeMusic campaign which reached an impressive 280% of its original target.

    Elton John declared his love for ‘Mirrors’ opener ‘Love On Your Hands‘ on Beats 1 and ‘7 Hours’ picked up numerous radio-plays from long time fan Dermot O’Leary on BBC Radio 2. Additional airplay came from the likes of Frank Skinner on Absolute Radio, Gary Crowley on BBC London, Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6 Music and John Kennedy on Radio X, as well as BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio.

    Over on Spotify, tracks from Mirrors featured in popular playlists including New Music Friday UK, Fresh Folk, Your Coffee Break and Feelgood Pop.

  • Terence Jack

    Terence Jack

    Folk Rock

  • T. Thomason

    T. Thomason

    Indie Rock

    With over a decade of experience in the music industry at 23 years old, T. Thomason, is a force to be reckoned with in the East Coast Canadian
    music scene. 
    T. Thomason has garnered multiple ECMA and Music Nova Scotia nominations, placements on Degrassi, songwriting awards and recognition as one of Canada’s Top 25 Under 25 by CBC Music. T. has shared the stage with The Trews, Joel Plaskett, Gord Downie and the Sadies, Collective Soul, Fefe Dobson, Dragonette, and Carly Rae Jepsen, to name a few.
    In 2015 and early 2016, T. took personal time off to hone his musical direction and develop his EP, “sweet baby”, with producer Dave Henriques (Justin Nozuka / Hunter Valetine). The EP was released independently online in 2016, and re-released in May, 2017 on COAX Records. A conglomerate of Thomason’s songwriting sensibilities and reverb-y indie rock anthemic choruses, “sweet baby” garnered him a 2017 nomination for Rock Recording of the Year at the Nova Scotia Music Awards. 
    In November 2017, T. and Dave embarked on a new collaborative journey developing the pop/electronic sound of Thomason’s first full length record under his new name, featuring his new voice. Release is scheduled for the fall of 2018.

  • The Do Good Badlies

    The Do Good Badlies

    Rock

    It is something that has been in the works a long time, but something completely new. Brothers Daniel and Jon Greer had been traveling and playing for years, but the new line-up featuring vocalist Cassie Noble changed everything. She can be beautifully smooth but at times have a Janis Joplin style rasp. Her vocals and acoustic guitar playing are the perfect contrast to the gritty rock and roll style the boys brought to the table. The sound is filled out with drummer Jamie Robinson in control of the rhythm. 

    Upon creating this new project the group launched a cross-Canada online contest to find a more fitting name. Shortly after they released “Electric Nights”, the bands debut album as "The Do Good Badlies". The band is based in Lindsay, Ontario with a strong connection to the thriving Toronto music scene.  

    Producer Derek Edwards helped to lead the band in a new direction with this record, driving them to be their best and molding the sound he envisioned. He also got the band to bring in keyboardist Joel Dalton to add to the record which added a whole new dimension to some of the tracks. The additions of Steve Jackett can't be ignored either. He performed half of the drum tracks on the record as well as some harmony parts, and his experience and ear for music was a big part of crafting the songs. Thanks to this great team the band is extremely proud to share their newest record Electric Nights.

  • F.Scott and The Nighthawks

    F.Scott and The Nighthawks

    Rock

    The music of F.Scott has come by way of a long and winding road - a raucous journey of love, loss, redemption and foundation. The course was set and the future defined as the Nighthawks were assembled. F.Scott and his band of Merrymen are good ol’ boys through and through. They get going a little fast in the dead of night but they sure don't mean no harm. 

    Northern boys steeped in Southwestern sounds out there bustin' their humps to make sure you're havin' a gas at every show. 

    I'd tune in if I were you.
    ~ F. Scott Taylor

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CMW Presents:


Lynn Moffatt Band, Charlie The Kid, Cattle & Cane, Terence Jack, T. Thomason, The Do Good Badlies, F.Scott and The Nighthawks

Thu May 10 2018 6:00 PM Doors

The Dakota Tavern Toronto ON
Lynn Moffatt Band, Charlie The Kid, Cattle & Cane, Terence Jack, T. Thomason, The Do Good Badlies, F.Scott and The Nighthawks

$8.00 Ages 19+

CMW Showcase


Lynn Moffatt Band 

Charlie the Kid

Cattle & Cane

Terence Jack

T. Thomason

The Do Good Badlies

F.Scott and the Nighthawks

 

This event is part of Canadian Music Week for more information / set times visit cmw.net/music


Line up subject to change / no refunds

 

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