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TD Jazzfest with Blood Sweat & Cadence

Last Saturday night in Toronto, we once again had the pleasure of performing with the Canadian music icon David Clayton-Thomas in the TD Jazz Festival at Nathan Philips Square.  It was a perfect summer night, the band was hot and we sang to a receptive and appreciative crowd.  Suffice to[…]

Cadence – Living on the Edge!

Over the years Cadence has done some pretty interesting gigs: from singing in a refrigerator, to hanging out with 6 month old Bengal Tiger cubs, to singing while leading a conga line around a convention centre.  However this gig takes the cake!   A few weeks ago, Cadence sang our original song[…]

Cadence and Take 6

If you know anything about vocal music, you know the name Take 6. With twelve studio recordings, these multi-Grammy winners have been setting the a cappella bar high for over three decades. It was a dream come true to open for them at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts a few[…]

For the Benefit of Regent Park School of Music

Since it’s usually “Four Men – Four Microphones”, it’s always so much fun to work with other musicians.  We recently got a chance to perform with Heather Bambrick and Mike Ferfolia.  Click here to see/hear Prince’s “How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore.”