Details: “Currently on a cross-Canada tour with Nelly Furtado, Dylan Murray’s sound is something that is hard to come by in the music industry these days. His music reflects the relaxed, positive spirit of his persona. Born and raised in Toronto, this singer/songwriter taught himself to play guitar, and soon after began writing his own songs. Since deciding to pursue his dream full-time, Dylan has had nearly two million hits on his website and has become a mainstay in the underground music arena. Dylan is dedicated to creating positive movements and refuses to be passive in his fight to help make the world a better place. Most recently Dylan Murray charted at 5 on Much More Music, for his video “I Haven’t Decided Yet” and Entertainment Tonight (Canada) named him “one of the next artists to look out for”.
When: Thurs., Nov. 7, 2013 at 9:30 pm
Where: Arbor Room, Hart House
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.