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[2 Jan 2012 | Comments Off on Adrian Essiet | ]
Adrian Essiet

In December of 2011, Adrian released his new single titled ‘Crazy World’ produced by Pierre Joseph Armstrong. In December of 2011, Adrian released his new single titled ‘Crazy World’ produced by Pierre Joseph Armstrong.

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[20 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Review: Wide Mouth Mason @ The Yale | ]
Review: Wide Mouth Mason @ The Yale

The second of two shows for singer/guitarist Shaun Verreault, bass player Gordie “Grady” Johnson and drummer Safwan Javed of Wide Mouth Mason

Blues, Canadian Bands, Funk, Hip-hop, Jazz, Live Video, R&B, Reggae, Soul »

[14 Oct 2010 | Comments Off on Tonye Aganaba | ]
Tonye Aganaba

Tonye Aganaba is a dynamic and sultry soul R&B singer-songwriter born in London, England on October 24th, 1985 to a Nigerian father, and Zimbabwean mother. Now based in beautiful Vancouver B.C, her musical education came from her family’s extensive music collection.

It was within this catalog of classics that Tonye found some of her biggest influences – Michael Jackson, Sade, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon..the list goes on. Growing up she received formal training in modern, tap, hip-hop and jazz and later went on to choreograph for her high school’s Musical Theater program. Tonye’s voice flourished under the tutelage of late vocal coach, Keith Allan Hall, most famed for singing with such notable acts as Sammy Davis Jr, and Mahalia Jackson.

Canadian Bands, Jazz, Live Video, Montreal, pop, R&B »

[1 Jun 2010 | Comments Off on Nikki Yanofsky | ]
Nikki Yanofsky

Nikki Yanofsky is a 16-year-old musical prodigy. Since her debut at the 2006 Montreal International Jazz Festival, where she won the hearts of the 100,000+ audience, Nikki has never looked back. Most recently, Nikki was a featured artist at the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games held in Vancouver. Performing at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics as well as the opening ceremony of the Paralympics, Nikki was introduced to a world-wide audience. Nikki was also chosen to sing “I Believe,” the anthem of Canada’s Broadcast Consortium.