Performing Artists

Artist: Sarah Burton

Sarah Burton

Born in Ottawa, Sarah calls Toronto home. Her career has seen her play NXNE, Canadian Music Week, Winterfolk, We Are Many Festival, Brandon Folk Festival, North Country Fair, and BC's Music on the Mountain, in addition to many live music venues across Canada and the US.

She's enjoyed radio play across North America, and rave reviews from taste-makers near and far! Miss Burton is not only adept with a guitar, but can tickle the ivories like she tickles your heart.


Artist: Daylight for Deadeyes

Daylight for Deadeyes

Daylight for Deadeyes was formed in 2003, and has evolved into a force with strong songs, strong musicianship, and a fine tuned attack of the senses at every live shows featuring core members Chris Gormley (drums and lead vocals), Matt Gormley (guitar and vocals), and Andy Neill (bass).

Always writing and re-writing, and always developing their own sound, a sound aimed at moving people to feel good, touching the hearts and souls of everyone who hears their honest music, Daylight for Deadeyes keeps pushing to reach more listeners.!/pages/Daylight-For-Deadeyes/21123050314

Artist: Carlo Coppola


By the age of seven Coppola was learning to play the piano, and later took up the trumpet and guitar. By age 18, Coppola was performing with various bands and had begun touring across Canada. Through the years Coppola developed a distinct lyrical ability to ingeniously incorporate intelligent pop, melodic rock and heartwarming ballads into musical masterpieces which he would sing in three languages English, Italian and Spanish.

Making waves internationally and also with a Juno nomination, Top Choice, Canadian Urban Music and Next Generation award in recognition of his past efforts, Coppola’s future shines ever so brightly as he continues to break boundaries with his music.

Artist: Nancy Diaz

Nancy Diaz

Nancy Diaz (Ciutat) was born in Toronto, Canada from first generation parents of Chilean and Spanish descent. As a child she enjoyed music as it allowed her to express her creativity. Nancy was involved in music, modelling and dance while growing up.

Throughout the years Nancy has been collaborating with various producers and talent all the while learning the “tricks-of-the-trade” in the industry. Nancy's tracks represent the latest in high energy dance. Her tracks have created a buzz across the U.S and Canada and holding song of the month at radio stations.

Stay Tuned as she rocks the industry!

Artist: Eclectic Revival

Eclectic Revival

With their ability to re-create and re-energize a well-known song, Eclectic Revival pays homage to the bands that have inspired them in a creative way, while defining themselves as the Next Generation in Live Performance where they make each and every show a high energy, entertaining, and comical experience. The band comprises of Chris Kerba, Nick Brodie, Kevin Buchan, Chris Reed, Rachel Kelly and Matt James.

Having opened for "The Mudmen" in September of 2012, Eclectic Revival has opened doors to fantastic opportunities, including playing at the 100th Year Celebration of the Grey Cup in Toronto at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Several songs off their CD's, "One More Round" and "Last Call", have been featured on the P-Cubed Radio Show on 93.3 CFMU in Hamilton and TheHazeFM in Mississauga. Their CD's are for sale through either the band members, or at Dr. Disc in Hamilton.

Artist: Andy Griffiths


A passionate folk/rock singer/songwriter Andy writes from gut feelings and personal experiences. He sings lead and tends to play a rhythmic/percussive style on acoustic guitar mostly, occasionally switching to electric guitar. Melodies and vocal harmony are prevalent throughout his tunes. He has been thoroughly enjoying playing live shows over the past 22 years, or so. And is enjoying a busy schedule currently playing venues and events of all shapes and sizes.

Andy Griffiths' first solo CD, release ‘Looking At A Life’ is a folky-pop-rock album with an honest take on a life well lived and is set to release CD number 2 ‘MIND ON OTHER THINGS'. You will find a selection of tunes ranging from East Coast folk flavour to rocking folky power pop. Once again, boasting a selection of some of the top, world class musicians from in and around the GTA.

Artist: Subhadra Vijaykumar

Subhadra Vijaykumar

Internationally travelled Subhadra Vijaykumar, a Mississauga based Carnatic (South Indian classical) violinist is the Artistic Director of Radha Carnatic Violin Creations. Subhadra holds a first-class diploma in Violin from the prestigious Bharatiya Music and Arts Society's Music College in Mumbai, India. She trained under the late Mrs. Vijayam Ramaswamy, an eminent disciple of the internationally renowned soloist and maestro Prof. T.N. Krishnan. She has also trained under Prof. Krishnan directly. Radha Academy of Carnatic Violin was founded with a view to imparting training in the finest traditions of Carnatic Violin playing.

Subhadra has accompanied several artists, participated in orchestras for classical Indian dance performances, given lecture demonstrations as well as given solo concerts. Subhadra has performed across the GTA as well as in in Canada, England and the Far East. She has been invited by different artists to collaborate in presenting World Music concerts. Subhadra is a faculty member at the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Artist: Darryl Melo


Darryl Melo

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Mississauga resident Melo started singing and is completely self-taught, starting out by reading tablature and picking things up by ear. Melo started a band in high school and knew from there he would never stop playing. He next created a band called ‘Willowbank’ after high school which prompted him to start showcasing his original songs. In 2012 Melo went into the Shop studios and recorded his EP titled “These Open Arms.”