Horseshoe Tavern

CMW: Julian Taylor Band, Birds of Bellwoods, Midnight Shine – Tickets – -The Horseshoe Tavern – Toronto, ON – April 22nd, 2017

CMW: Julian Taylor Band, Birds of Bellwoods, Midnight Shine

CMW presents

CMW: Julian Taylor Band, Birds of Bellwoods, Midnight Shine

The Dead Projectionists, The Treble, One Bad Son, Towers, Radio Caroline, Midnight Shine

Sat, April 22, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm

-The Horseshoe Tavern

Toronto, ON


This event is 19 and over

Julian Taylor Band - (Set time: 12:00 AM)
Julian Taylor Band
Birds Of Bellwoods - (Set time: 1:00 AM)
Birds Of Bellwoods
The Dead Projectionists - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Struggling to find steady work in the stereoscopy-saturated world of film projection, life long friends and collaborators Alex Goyetche and Alex Purcell (formerly known as those two guys called "Alex") honed in on a new form of work that was in no way stagnant or dead: Rock n' Roll.
The Treble - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Shaking Hands and Taking Names, The Treble's first E.P., has proven an exceptional description of the band's first year, which has included arena and stadium shows, a musical showcase, an eastern Canadian tour, regular radio air play, and work on their second E.P., all driven by an honest love of music, friendship, and a 'play every show' attitude.

In early 2012, The Treble seized the opportunity to turn industry heads by accepting an invitation to perform at a Los Angeles showcase, hosted by the Consulate General of Canada. Coinciding with this trip, the boys landed a gig at Amplyfi, the recently crowned "best all-ages venue in Los Angeles.

Following this successful trip, and on the back on a spot in regular rotation on Astral's Hot 103 - by whom they were also touted "one of the best breakout bands of 2012", The Treble embarked upon their first eastern Canadian tour. Gaining fans everywhere they played, The Treble were even given the opportunity to play their first show at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern in downtown Toronto.

Returning home, the boys set about organizing their second annual '24 Shows in 24 Hours' charity event. Having gained a cult following during the inaugural event, this year's gathered even greater attention and reinforced the band's philosophy that from busking, to arenas, the opportunity to perform and share their music with others is cherished.
One Bad Son - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
The spectrum of modern rock is typically split into two camps, with slick commercial chart-toppers on one side and flavour-of-the-month indie acts on the other. And then there's
Vancouver's One Bad Son: an honest to goodness rock 'n' roll band that occupies a world of its own, cutting through the bullshit with cranked up amps and a resolutely DIY approach to music

One Bad Son's reputation for tight musicianship and explosive, unscripted live shows spread through word of mouth, and before long, the group was playing to sold out venues in its hometown and embarking on a string of well-received national tours. This propelled the outfit to high-profile opening slots for Godsmack, Buckcherry and Default, and the singles "Rustbucket" and "Retribution Blues" received Canada-wide radio play.
Towers - (Set time: 2:00 AM)
Radio Caroline - (Set time: 3:00 AM)
Midnight Shine - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
Midnight Shine
Not many bands play their very first show opening for legendary Canadian rockers like Trooper. Then again, not many bands are quite like Midnight Shine. The Northern Ontario foursome is turning heads with a sound that seamlessly mixes roots, classic and modern rock. Anchored by the melodic vocals and eloquent lyrics of enigmatic singer/songwriter Adrian Sutherland from Attawapiskat, their music is not only radio-friendly, but also explores Cree culture, tradition and life in the North with depth and meaning. They’re a ‘must-hear’ band you’ll take a real shine to. “One foot in the past, one in the here and now…”
Venue Information:
-The Horseshoe Tavern
370 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON, M5V 2A2