Valentines Day Show
Details: Love Hart House? Join us for a pre-Valentine’s Day show and soak in three different acts who love what they do! Go back in time to the sweet harmonic sounds of the 50s and 60s with the Dreamboats, sing along to classic rock love songs with On Everest and feed your soul with some bluesy ballads courtesy of Alexandra and The Strangemakers
When: Thurs., Feb. 12, 2015, 9 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
Great balls of fire! The Dreamboats are bringing back good old fashioned rock n’ roll! With a live show that mixes their original retro-rock n’ roll tunes with classics from pre-1965, this quartet of handsome young Toronto boys delivers an exciting, nostalgic show that has audiences dancing and singing the night away.
On Everest dives deep into the structure of songs, the dynamics of rhythm and the emotions that music creates are just some of the powerful tools in their musical arsenal. Taking their cue from some of the most successful bands in music history; The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chilli Peppers they have learned that everything has meaning and resonance.
Alexandra and The Strangemakers
Alexandra and The Strangemakers are an indie blues-rock production duo that pairs Alex’s bluesy lead vocals with Tom’s soulful sweet guitar. They are complemented by Matt on piano and Brian on sax. The Strangemakers play popular new music, old favourites, and simple original songs that try to connect with real people everywhere.
The Music Committee presents an eclectic mix of music in the Stages series to suit every palette and infuse the words of Bob Marley into a great musical experience. Toronto is home to a vibrant and robust music scene and the Stages series is a proud supporter of Toronto’s talent both on and off campus. Showcasing folk, roots, rock, singer-songwriter, urban, pop, reggae and alternative music Stages has worked with breakthrough artists such as Shad, Martina Sorbara of Dragonette, K-Os and David Myles to many up and coming performers as well as hidden gems. With reggae, classic rock and folk concerts as part of the mix, Stages celebrates the era of counter culture by paying tribute to music that is known for its social commentary.