OUR 6th ANNUAL BENEFIT CONCERT! – March 26, 2011
So much to tell you, so little time – let’s get to it!
If it’s March then it’s also National Epilepsy Awareness Month in Canada and Sonic Deli Records’ presents our 6th Annual Benefit Concert in Support of Epilepsy Toronto.
WHEN: Saturday, March 26, 2011 (aka “Purple Day”)
WHERE: Cadillac Lounge – 1300 Queen Street W, Toronto, ON – (416) 536-7717
WHO: Jim Armstrong & The Sonic Deli Band, Mike Celia, Tyler M & Monica G
COST: $10.00 (proceeds in support of Epilepsy Toronto)
This year’s show promises to be a GREAT time and for Jim Armstrong this a very personal cause. We hope you will please come out in support.
Work continues on the first of a series of music videos from Jim Armstrong’s Junction Road album; “Worn Out Shoes”is in post-production over at Canton Film Studios and there is a casting call for ‘Joanne’ currently underway withWorkshed Entertainment – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for particulars.
Jim Armstrong was recently interviewed by Matt Hartwick of Kingston Music Reviews about the making of Junction Road here and Matt reviews the Junction Road album here.
Songs from Junction Road are being played with growing frequency on various radio shows and podcasts – check some of them out to discover a world of new music; Dutch Roots Radio (Blueprint, Radio Girl, Hans On The Move, Paul Van Gelder and more); Longtown Sound on WLSO.FM episodes 1084, 1087 and 1088; Simply The Blues #20 on The Blues Underground Network; South Australian Roots and Blues podcast #136
Thanks for your time and we hope to see you on March 26, 2011 at the Benefit Concert!
epilepsy toronto – http://www.epilepsytoronto.org/
cadillac lounge – http://www.cadillaclounge.com/
jim & SDB – www.myPPK.com/get/jimarmstrong
mike celia – http://www.myspace.com/mikecelia
worn out shoes vid with canton – http://www.ethomascanton.com/
joanne video – workshed – http://www.workshedentertainment.com/
Kingston Music Review –http://www.kingstonmusicreviews.ca/Home_Page.html
– Junction Road reviewhttp://www.kingstonmusicreviews.ca/Jim_Armstrong_JunctionRd.html
Longtown Sound –http://wlso.fm/wordpress/archives/category/longtown-sound
WLSO.Fm – http://wlso.fm/–
Blues Underground network –http://www.bluesundergroundnetwork.com/index.html
SA Roots & Blues podcast #136 http://www.sablues.org/index.htm