Saturday, May 25, 2019 | 7:30PM
Tin Pan North 2019
Advance $25.00 / Door $30.00 *
The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) – Toronto Chapter – is hosting their 20th annual TIN PAN NORTH songwriters festival, May 23-25, 2019 , at various venues throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). See performances by over 40 talented songwriters, performing their songs and sharing the story behind the song. Mark these dates, so you don’t miss three great nights of songwriters sharing their songs.
TIN PAN NORTH wraps up with a special Gala Show on Saturday, May 25 at Hugh’s Room Live, headliners announced include:Ronney Abramson, Joan Besen, David Celia, Diane Chase, Wendell Ferguson and Sylvia Tyson.
Ronney Abramson hit the Canadian charts with hits like Light Up Your Love & Your Love Gets Me Around and was a Juno award winner for a children’s album, Rugrat Rock.
Joan Besen was one of the founders of multiple Juno & CCMA awards winners, Prairie Oyster. She wrote some of their biggest hits including, Unbelievable Love, Canadian Sunrise & Black-Eyed Susan.
David Celia tours frequently across Canada and Europe (Glastonbury Festival) and is quoted as “One of Toronto’s best guitar players” by CBC Radio. He also plays as sideman with acts diverse as Icelandic alt/pop star Emiliana Torrini or Ian & Sylvia Tyson.
Diane Chase has had several country chart hits including In the Middle Of Something & Walking Away With You. She has also had several CCMA Awards nominations.
Wendell Ferguson is an exceptional guitar player who has won so many CCMA guitarist of the year awards, they had to retire his name from the ballots. Along with being a funnyman and songwriter, his live performances and his CD’s have been thrilling audiences for years.
Sylvia Tyson started her career in the duo Ian & Sylvia in the 60’s and is best known for her hit with the We Five, You Were On My Mind. She has recorded numerous albums with Ian Tyson, as well as some as a solo artist and many more with her current groupQuartette. She was elected to the Canadian Country Music Hall Of Fame in 2003.
* Advertised pricing excludes taxes and ticketing fees