The Glorious Sons
Bio: There is a mechanic shop in the heart of industrial Kingston – it’s tucked in the corner of a dusty cul-de-sac, surrounded by dead trees and rusted out machinery. That’s where The Glorious Sons call home. With seven consecutive top-10 radio hits including their first #1 “The Contender”, this band’s ascent in the world › Read more
JULY TALK – Saturday, July 22nd
Bio: In October of 2012, July Talk celebrated the release of their self-titled, independently released debut album before a couple hundred bodies crammed into the claustrophobic, low-ceilinged confines of Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern. Three years later and roughly 20 tours later, they were playing a homecoming date at Ontario’s WayHome Festival for tens of thousands › Read more
JULY TALK – Friday, July 21st
Bio: In October of 2012, July Talk celebrated the release of their self-titled, independently released debut album before a couple hundred bodies crammed into the claustrophobic, low-ceilinged confines of Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern. Three years later and roughly 20 tours later, they were playing a homecoming date at Ontario’s WayHome Festival for tens of thousands › Read more
James Barker Band
Bio: Ontario-crafted country outfit James Barker Band are kicking off summer with their major label debut via Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, and upcoming performances with Boots and Hearts, Canada’s largest music and camping festival. Their debut single “Lawn Chair Lazy,” was written by band front man, James Barker, along with fellow › Read more
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