Performing Artists

Artist: Scott Driscoll

Scott Driscoll
Bio:

Driscoll blends easy listening music with strong emotions and storytelling about life and experiences. His first CD “No Regrets” has been released and Driscoll performs in Ontario with his band. Scott Driscoll & The Heartland Levy can be found at festivals and clubs throughout the region connecting with new fans at every show.


Scott’s music is available through iTunes, CDbaby and many more Internet sites.


www.scottdriscoll.com

Artist: Laugh At The Fakes

Bio:

Drawing influences from classic rock to thrash metal, Laugh At The Fakes is a hard rock band that pushes the limits of the genre while staying true to it. Formed in the fall of 2010, Laugh At The Fakes is the brainchild of singer/guitarist and songwriter Everett Mason. The high energy quartet which features Everett Mason on vocals and guitar, Julian Craig on drums, Galen Weir on bass, and Erik Moods on guitar, have just released their debut record “One Night Only” which is available on iTunes.

www.laughatthefakes.com

Artist: Peter Solmes

Peter Solmes
Bio:

Born and raised in Toronto, Peter is naturally a Canadian singer/songwriter who writes and performs song about the places, history, traditions and life in general that he has observed and experienced.

In 2012 he released a video from his Canadian Tales CD called Hockey and Beer about a definite Canadian tradition. Peter also wrote songs about two other Canadian traditions on a Saturday night with tribute songs about Don Messer and Tommy Hunter [“Tommy and Me”].

So enjoy Peters musical landscapes of his Canadian home and portraits of the people and lyrical vistas of history and traditional pastimes.

Artist: Michael Banks

Bio:

Just now starting to break out on to the scene, Michael Banks reflects on past experiences and future goals to communicate himself personally through music. He has been a diligent student of music for almost twenty years.

Classically trained, and with a post secondary music education, he is determined to show the world an eclectic style of composition that few artists can compare to.

www.michaelbanksmusic.com

Artist: Shannon Butcher

Shannon Butcher
Bio:

Shannon Butcher is a favourite in the Canadian jazz scene and "delivers the perfect mixture of uptempo jazz-pop and sultry vocals" [Eye Magazine] Shannon’s release of three albums in the past four years on her own label, Summer Bloom Records, has garnered her praise from jazz and pop critics alike, including iTunes' top ten Best New Jazz Artist rankings.

Beyond her reputation as an accomplished song stylist, Shannon is admired as a songwriter for her heartfelt compositions. Her music has become a favourite of CBC and Toronto's Jazz.FM91.

www.shannonbutcher.com

Artist: Eric McCauley

Eric McCauley
Bio:

Eric McCauley is a Folk Singer of over 600 songs, based on his many lives and his roots of Orillia, Ontario. Eric's first 13 song demo release 'From Almost Nothing' is achieving steady results under the radar and he has currently embarked on a musical journey to release 600 songs on YouTube, and is putting together an EP, 'Call To Arms,' to be released in 2013.

His company Bloodline Ontario is a social networking site where artists and musicians connect. The fan site is dedicated for flyers and upcoming shows in one of the 20 Southern Ontario cities.

Artist: Rayandra Hudson

Rayandra Hudson
Bio:

Rayandra is a 16 year old Cawthra Park School of The Arts student. A former Top Six Finalist on YTV’s The Next Star, Rayandra has shared the stage with many notable celebrities; Justin Beiber, Shawn Desman and Shiloh to name a few. Most recently playing the roles of Big Daddy in the smash hit musical, Sweet Charity, in five sold out performances and Mary in Praise Cathedral Christmas production, The CRADLE. Her love for singing is evident in each of her passionate and captivating performances. Rayandra hopes to one day become a Music Therapist where she can use her gifts and talents to help people.

www.rayandra.com

Artist: Bob Menzies

Bob Menzies
Bio:

Some have called this Toronto singer songwriter, just now emerging onto the Toronto Indie scene, the Accidental Singer. After several careers including being a railway employee, a vagabond hippie, President of a Steelworkers' Union Local, an Accountant and a Headhunter, he launched a musical career in 2011, writing songs that carry influences as varied as rock, blues, folk and country. He recorded his debut album in late 2011called Breaking Time and the songs on the album speak with a unique lyrical perspective delivered with tight, driving musical arrangements and top-notch musicians.

www.bobmenziesmusic.com

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