Christmas Fundraiser posterSunday Dec. 1, 7pm
The Cameron House
408 Queen St. W., Toronto
Admission: $5 at the door (all goes to the Canadian Cancer Society)

For one evening, these artists will be teaming up to kick off the Christmas season with cocktails & carols AND all for a great cause: The Canadian Cancer Society – in an effort to protect those we love, and ourselves, from Cancer… and in remembrance of the loved ones we’ve lost to cancer.

CAN’T MAKE IT??? You can still show your support by donating here: http://convio.cancer.ca/goto/BabyItsWarmInside

Any donation is GREATLY appreciated!

The evening will feature:
Candice Sand
Tania Joy
Matt Gerber
Arlene Paculan & Kat Leonard
MADETTE
Allister Bradley
Nukky Grissom
blueVenus

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Baby it's Warm Inside Christmas FundraiserA night of live music Tuesday August 20th!
The Central
630 Markham St., Toronto
PWYC
@TheCentralTO

10pm Tania Joy
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10:45pm Whitebrow
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11:30pm CADE
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12:15am Mara and The Marigold
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Acoustic set at The Free Times Cafe in Toronto

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!

Have you signed up for my newsletter yet? I you like exclusives, behind the scenes goodies and gig announcements, I encourage you to jump on board today! You even get a free download preview of my track “New Ending” from the new EP for your support! The July edition is about to hit the streets! http://bit.ly/Z8cEtb

Tania Joy Sgt. Peppers June 22 Poster

June 22nd, 9:30pm
Sgt Peppers Pub & Grill
115 1 Commerce Dr #7, Aurora, ON L4G 0G2 ‎
(905) 750-0002 ‎

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!

981965_10200322303992837_54321140_oThe Beautiful and The Damned
598 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario M4Y1Z3

Sign up for open Mic is at 7:00 pm.
Spots are limited, sign up early.
(All The Beautiful and The Damned events are pay what you can.)

The June edition will be hosted by the damned beautiful DM Moore!

DM Moore has been performing one way or another her whole life. She is a visual artist, writer, poet, musician, composer, actor, improv queen, singer, dancer and activist. DM Moore worked in television and theatre in Toronto and after two summers at The Banff School of Fine Arts, moved to England to study at The Guildhall School Of Music And Drama. She spent the next 18 years working in theatre, television and film in the U.K. and Europe, before returning to Canada. Since returning to spoken-word she has workshopped with Jacob Scheier and Fistful of Poems. She is very proud and honoured to be one of the founders of “The Beautiful And The Damned Poetry Cabaret”.

This months features are:

Shawn Syms writes about sex, drugs and queers. His work has appeared in over 50 publications including The Globe and Mail and The Journey Prize Stories 21. He’s the editor of the anthology Friend. Follow. Text #storiesFromLivingOnline, forthcoming this October.

Elizabeth Ruth (bio to come)

and music by Tania Joy is a Canadian folk-infused soul singer and songwriter with a distinct, honest voice.

For more information please email lizzieviolet13@gmail.com.

Follow us on:
Twitter: @TBandtheDamned
Facebook: @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautifulandthedamned/
Blog: http://thebeautifulandthedamnedpoetrycabaret.wordpress.com/

SOCAN_Tag_V_Eng_RGBAs of June 14th, through July 15th my single “New Ending” from the new “I’ll Be Around” EP can be found streaming on the SOCAN website.

“New Ending” is also available for purchase on iTunes and other online retailers worldwide!

SOCAN (the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada) is a not-for-profit organization that represents the Canadian performing rights of millions of Canadian and international music creators and publishers. SOCAN is proud to play a leading role in supporting the long-term success of its more than 100,000 Canadian members, as well as the Canadian music industry.