Tag: Danforth Music Hall

The Claypool Lennon Delirium at Danforth Music Hall

Bass grandmaster Les Claypool and multi-instrumental singer, songwriter Sean Lennon (son of John and Yoko) make a great team. That is, a team who make serious psychedelic music. Overtaking Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall as The Claypool Lennon Delirium, the sold-out…

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Lennon Stella live at the Danforth

After releasing her breakthrough 5 song EP Love, Me, in 2018, Lennon Stella began her highly anticipated début tour with two sold-out nights at The Danforth Music Hall. Lennon may be most recently known from her role as Maddie Conrad on the tv…

Too Many Zooz Live at the Danforth

Hailing from New York City’s subway busker scene, Too Many Zooz, comprised of members Leo Pellegrino, Matt Muirhead, and David Parks, brought their mesmerizing energy to the Danforth Music Hall stage on March 9, 2019. Too Many Zooz is perhaps one…

AURORA at the Danforth Music Hall

Norwegian pop artist AURORA delighted a sold out crowd at the Danforth Music Hall on March 2, 2019. The show brought an evening of captivating, otherworldly sounds to Toronto. An intricate backdrop featuring a forest with winding tree roots and…

Joe Jackson celebrates a Four Decade career at the Danforth

1979 was a tumultuous year for the United Kingdom. Margaret Thatcher became PM. Striking union workers crippled the country during the coldest winter in British history. Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose arguably taking British punk rock with him….

LP Live in Toronto

Laura Pergolizzi has an impressive list of hits that she’s written for artists including Backstreet Boys, Cher, Christina Aguilera, Rihanna. and somewhat bizarrely, Joe Walsh. Songwriting credits are often a singular silo that do not suggest that the writer is…

Alvvays at Danforth Music Hall

Headlining five consecutive dates at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall is no an easy feat. Thankfully, with a band like Alvvays, the music speaks for itself. Selling out night-after-night, the adage “if you play it, they will come” seems to resonate…

Filling the soul with Khruangbin, live at the Danforth

Some words are harder to make stick than others. ‘Sorrowful’ plagued me when I portrayed the Messenger in my high school production of Antigone for some reason. Togolese footballer Emmanuel Adebayor’s last name took me rigorous study to be able to…