Massey Hall Presents Lunchtime Live! At Yonge Dundas Square (Fall Events)

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Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall says
Got a case of the Mondays? We’ve got just the fix. Take your lunch in Yonge-Dundas Square Mondays throughout the Fall to see more great music from artists. Massey Hall presents Lunchtime Live! will feature a wide variety of artists performing from 12:30-1:30pm every Monday, September 14- October 12 for free!

The fall series features a very special residency from our friends at Dine Alone Records in celebration of their 10th anniversary.


September 14: Featuring Spencer Burton
http://masseyhall.com/eventdetail/YDSSpencerBurton

Spanning a musical life with hardcore beginnings as Grey Kingdom, to the somber strings of his acoustic guitar in his country-folk infused solo project, Spencer Burton is a mainstay musical virtuoso. Releasing simply under his own name, his new album Don't Let The World See Your Love (and his third solo offering) was produced by Daniel Romano.

September 21: To Be Announced!

September 28: To Be Announced!

October 5: Featuring Free n Losh
http://masseyhall.com/eventdetail/YDSFreenLosh

Toronto’s Free n Losh are perhaps some of the most versatile electronic producers at the moment with credits for Mac Miller, official remixes for Odesza, Pretty Lights, Sofi De La Torre and Say Lou Lou and multiple trips to the Hype Machine Top Ten charts through gleaming and cutting edge takes on dance genres; Free n Losh continue to expand minds through their exploration of genre crossing production, song writing and live instrumentation.

October 12: Featuring Say Yes
http://masseyhall.com/eventdetail/YDSSayYes

In the fall of 2011, while on a break from touring internationally with Alexisonfire, drummer Jordan Hastings booked rehearsal studio time in his hometown of Burlington, Ontario. Together with his longtime friend, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Adam Michael, the two set about turning Jordan’s songs into the foundation of Say Yes.

By Spring of 2012, Jordan and Adam came across powerful local bassist, Michael Zane, and quickly realized he was the perfect addition to complete their power trio vision. A short time later, Say Yes entered B-Town Sound Studios with producer Justin Koop to create their debut recordings.
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By: Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall