Saturday, August 26, 2006

Summer Skin

CANOE -- JAM! Music Concert Listings is listing the following(see screen cap below):

Neither the official website for Death Cab For Cutie, their MySpace, nor the Massey Hall website confirm this. In fact the Massey Hall website provides this glaring contradiction(see screen cap below): Correction: On closer inspection of the Massey Hall website, I've found out that the second column below actually refers to shows at Roy Thomson Hall, while the third column(which you might notice are OPEN for the dates of October 29-31, 2006!) refers to Massey Hall:

The Death Cab For Cutie official website does currently state that Fall tour dates will be announced shortly. But wouldn't Death Cab For Cutie at Massey Hall make you actually WANT to go see them? It would be glorious.

It was my dad's birthday yesterday which my siblings, nephew, relatives and I celebrated with a birthday dinner out. I had an opportunity to shoot on downtown, but The Deadly Snakes 'last' show at the Horseshoe was totally sold out. But Dan Burke at Stille Post says The Deadly Snakes' "real LAST SHOW ever" will be tonight at Silver Dollar. So come one, come all! Actually, I'm going to check out a little of The Hidden Cameras at Harbourfront, then go to the Junior Boys' gig at El Mocambo, and it would be icing on the cake if I could catch a little of The Deadly Snakes.

emerge over at Stille Post informs that Razorlight will no longer be playing the upcoming Virgin Festival in Toronto since they were support on Keane's tour which got cancelled. Emerge also informs that ohbijou and illScarlett have been added to Saturday's lineup, Amon Tobin has been moved to Saturday and that the DJ lineup will be annouced this coming Monday or Tuesday.

davidc over at Stille Post has a link to mp3's of Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's instore in Toronto at Rotate This from August 19, 2006.

This is the confirmed lineup for this year's Mix 99.9 Beachfest taking place at Sunnyside Beach on Labour Day(September 4). I was only really interested in seeing Ben Lee and he's performing a short set starting at 11:40 am. Wuzzah?! And other than possibly seeing headliner Jim Cuddy, I'm not really interested in seeing the other artists although, as usual, the beach'll still be packed. Well, packed at least with all the people watching the Canadian International Airshow overhead.

My, my, hasn't this summer come and gone so fast?

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