A night of live music Tuesday August 20th!
630 Markham St., Toronto
10pm Tania Joy
12:15am Mara and The Marigold
A beautiful intimate summers evening with a warm and engaging crowd! What more could a girl ask for. Special thanks to Lizzie Violet for snapping this pic!
August 11, 2013
Lizzie Violet’s Carbaret Noir
Q Space, 382 College St. Toronto
August 10, Free Times Café, Toronto
Playing an acoustic set on the bill with Craig Robertson and Heather Hill.
320 College St. Toronto
Doors 8:30pm Cover $6
Craig Robertson is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter/musician who has been performing for over 30 years. In the vein of Canadian songwriters Matthew Good and Ron Sexsmith, Craig’s latest album ‘Everything Will Pass’ is “reminiscent of the melancholic vibe of artists such as Nick Drake or Elliott Smith, but with a little more lightness to it, and an outlook towards classic sounds such as Neil Young-inspired folk rock” – Indie Music Album Reviews
Heather Hill plays gutsy piano pop, stemmed in truth, blooming in positivity. Award winning songwriter, Heather is working on her third album and releasing her FACTOR-funded single “Stupid Happy” in September.
August 1st, 2013
Free Times Cafe
320 College St., Toronto
Excited to be playing an acoustic set on the bill with Mike Butler and Sarah Loren at the Free Times Cafe in Toronto! Show starts at 9:30pm and at 11:30 we open the stage to our guests for an Open Mic until 1am!
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June 22nd, 9:30pm
Sgt Peppers Pub & Grill
115 1 Commerce Dr #7, Aurora, ON L4G 0G2
Come out and enjoy an acoustic evening of folk, soul, and blues covers, and songs from Tania Joy’s new album live at Sgt. Peppers Pub and Grill in Aurora!
I had an amazing afternoon in my home town at the 2013 Markham Village Music Festival, playing on the Epidemic Music Group Stage. The weather was absolutely perfect for us, and the crowd was very generous and appreciative. Joining me in the line up on Saturday was a host of local talents including: Harrison Caldeira, Gregory Swan, Ro Randall, Russell Jackson-Wyatt, Kayden Buxton, Jen Fiorentino, Mackenzie McRruer, Dread Eye, Jeannette, Patrons of Science, and Shaman Ayerhart.
.. check out more festival pics on my instagram!
A huge thank you to Kevin Ker of Epidemic Music Group, our stage manager Kat Ker and sound man Carlos Demelo As well, a shout out to our sponsors: Chalet Studios and Long and McQuade!
Thanks to all who came out to support, and stopped by to say hello!