Monday, September 15, 2014
“Folk-rooted songstress Jasmine Netsena dazzles with her new debut album.”
- New Canadian Music
Jasmine Netsena won Best Folk/Acoustic CD last week in the Aboriginal Peoples’ Choice Music Awards for her debut record “Take You With Me”. The awards feature emerging and established indigenous artists from all over North America.
Jasmine released her debut CD “Take You With Me” in April 2014, and since then has crossed the country doing over 30 shows in 7 provinces, in a few weeks span. Her hard work has paid off and the fans she has picked up, along the way, Jasmine says have really come through for her. “It’s an amazing feeling to know your work has the support of your friends and fans, from across the country”.
Jasmine has shared the stage with many acts including Emerson Drive, Crystal Shawanda and will be part of the Bluefeather Music Festival, taking stage the same night as Buffy Saint Marie, in Whitehorse, on November 7th. This Northern based artist, Fort Nelson, BC, is very thankful to everyone for their support and votes “Thanks to all my friends and fans for giving me the honour of this award”.
The Aboriginal Peoples’ Choice Music Awards (APCMAs) were handed out in Winnipeg over 2 nights September 11 and 12 in Winnipeg, with full broadcast on the Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network.
2014 is shaping up as a banner year for Jasmine Netsena, thanks to this vibrant and richly rewarding album. It is indeed one you will want to take with you.
We are all very proud for her.
Jasmine Netsena | Official Website : News, Photos, Videos & More... www.jasminenetsena.com
Saturday, September 13, 2014
5-7 p.m. online http://www.radioregent.com/ and at tunein.com . Canadians in Asterisk’d RED.
Guest: Piper Hayes
Videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/CorbysOrbit?feature=mhee
*Clela Errington ~ Angels On The Radio ~ More Love And Happiness @ Relish Tuesday and @ TNCC Day Of Prayer Sunday
Jesse Thomas ~ Chitlins ~ recorded by Cosimo Matassa (April 13, 1926 – September 11, 2014)
Huey 'Piano' Smith ~ Don't You Just Know It recorded by Cosimo Matassa (April 13, 1926 – September 11, 2014)
Superheavy feat. Joss Stone (@ Massey Hall monday) ~ Beautiful People
Hortense Ellis ~ People Make The World Go Around ~ Alton And Hortense Ellis
5:20 Liquid Assets
*Heavyweights feat. Jane Bunnett ~ Misterioso ~ Brasstronomical @ The Great Hall Saturday
Caetano Veloso ~ London London ~ Millennium
*Nancy White ~ I Sweep The Sidewalk ~ These Times (Borealis)
*Evalyn Parry ~ Bottle This ~ Small Theaters @ Nathan Philips Square Sunday for http://torontobicyclemusicfestival.com/
Saka Acquaye ~ Down The Congo ~ Voices Of Africa
*CATL ~ Gateway Blues ~ This Shaking House @The Dakota Saturday
*Pharis & Jason Romero ~ The Little Things Are Hardest In The End ~ Long Gone Out West Blues @ Hugh's Room Saturday
*Blue Moon Marquee ~ Scotch Whiskey ~ Lonesome Ghosts @ Annette Studios Saturday
6:00 The On Word
*The Provincial Archive ~ Bad Kids ~ It's All Shaken Wonder @ The Dakota Tavern Wednersday 17 September
*Sean Burns ~ Talking Jumping Overboard Blues ~ A Glimpse Through Storyboards and Situations
Bill Monroe ~ I'm Working On A Building
*Chris Brown and Kate Fenner ~ Pendulum Swing ~ Great Lakes Bootleg @ Hugh's Room Wednesday, 17 September
*Dan Mangan ~ A Tragic Turn Of Events ~ Roboteering EP ~ @ The Opera House Saturday
6:30 Piper Delivery
*Piper Hayes ~ Lost In The Pack / Interview / Love Song (live) / Pretty (live) ~ Ain't Nothing Like ...CD release @ The Piston Thursday, 18 September
*M.J. Cyr ~ Spark ~ Ladders EP @ The Painted Lady Wednesday, 17 September
6:45 The Voicings On The Cake
Gerald Wilson Orchestra feat. George Duke (Gerald Stanley Wilson ~ September 4, 1918 – September 8, 2014) ~ Bluesnee ~ The Best Of The Gerald Wilson OrchestraJames Hurt ~ Jupiter / Toronto Music Listings / 11 Dreams ~ Dark Grooves / Mystical Rhythms (Blue Note)
Thursday, September 11, 2014
On Sunday, September 21 @ 7PM there will be a celebration of the life of
@ Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas Street West.
Through his colourful and creative life, Reiner Schwarz touched and
influenced so many via his stints on varied radio formats and also via his television
shows in addition to the myriad of friends he had.
Family, friends and those who loved him are invited to come and share memories
and raise a glass to Reiner.
This will be informal, and of course there will be music.
2261, Dundas Street West
Sunday, September 21
The kitchen will NOT be open
Further information, contact: Jane Harbury 416.960.1568 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
The art is hanging until September 28, so come visit the
scene of the shine.
Monday - Friday by appointment
Wednesday 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:00pm – 5:00pm