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Glendale One & the B-Town Horns

June 27, 2015 @ 8:30 pm

$18 – $20

Carolyn Scott & Bob Ashley

Glendale One & the B-town Horns

Glendale One pays homage to the Lennon/McCartney catalogue through unique arrangements in styles ranging from Texas Swing to Jazz Rock/Fusion. Proof positive you can go anywhere with a well written song.

They are 5 childhood friends who met again after 30 years to spend the next 13 years, every Tuesday night, sharing their love of playing, arranging and recording music together. Their name is the phone exchange they all shared in grade school. Add the B-Town Horns, a stellar five-piece brass section, featuring trombonist-arranger George Guerrette and lead-trumpet Dave Harmsworth, and the results are exciting new arrangements captured in the bands latest recording Live at Asylum Artists” .

Glendale One is home grown Canadian talent giving, “jump to your feet and dance”, performances to audiences throughout Ontario, at festivals and outdoor events and in Toronto at Hugh’s Room, the Cadillac Lounge and the Dominion on Queen, to name a few.


Lead vocalist & guitarist, Gordon Smith has a film career in special effects stretching from Platoon to X-Men but today explores enhanced live amplified music performance and recording environments with Asylum Artists.

Lead guitarist & vocalist, Brian Gibson, has a television career ranging from Nikita to Rookie Blue. A vintage guitar collector, his collaboration with Smith goes back to the grand old days of the Riverboat.

Rhythm guitarist & vocalist, Frank Reid, is an accomplished pianist, acoustics specialist and co-founder of Progressive Interiors, whose clients include most of the professional sound recording studios in Toronto.

Drummer & vocalist Kevin Frank, is an actor and the artistic director of Second City’s training and education program. He also lectures around the world on how improvisation applies to corporate relationships.

Bass guitarist & vocalist, Craig Ryan, is also a talented drummer, graphic artist, and a professional organizational effectiveness “guru” with clients in both the public and private sectors.
Together they are GLENDALE ONE … nothing but FUN!
(Photos: Tim Leyes)


Carolyn Scott & Bob Ashley

Carolyn and Bob are “Cheap & Cheerful” in their cabaret style homage to iconic female singers and unforgettable “standards”.

Carolyn Scott has been a professional performer for 30 years and is stunned at how quickly time flies.

Her various film credits include “The Prizewinner of Defiance Ohio” with Julianne Moore. “Pushing Tin”, directed by Mike Newell and “Truth in Advertising”, directed by Tim Hamilton.

Television appearances include roles in The Strain, Beauty and the Beast, Covert Affairs, Monk , The Ron James Show, The Newsroom, Confessions of An American Bride, Doc, Wildcard, This is Wonderland, Soul Food, and Deadly Matrimony, amongst others. Theatre work includes Women Fully Clothed, The Second City, Godspell, Forbidden Broadway, Nunsense, Born Yesterday, and the original New York production of, Tony and Tina’s Wedding.

Her cabaret exploits include Two Ukes, Four Hands, Not the Rosemary Clooney Show, Let’s Call The Whole Thing Gershovitz, Two for the Road and most recently partnered with Bob Ashley in “Cheap and Cheerful”!


Bob Ashley has over 30 years of experience working with vocalists in many styles from classical, theatre, jazz and pop as a Composer, Musical Director and Vocal Coach. He has been on the faculty at The Randolph Academy, Sheridan College Musical Theatre Programs and The Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts. Also, he has been Musical Director and Pianist for well over 50 professional musical theatre productions for most of the major theatres and producers in Canada. He is a Dora Mavor Moore Award recipient for his musical direction. In addition, he has extensive experience as a Ballet Pianist for The National Ballet of Canada, Dance Teq, The Banff Centre and is currently a member of the artistic staff at Canada’s National Ballet School.


June 27, 2015
8:30 pm
$18 – $20
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