Track Could Bend #39 @ The Baby G, Toronto [5 June]

Track Could Bend #39


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05
June
19:00 - 21:00

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The Baby G
1608 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6K 1T8
Track Could Bend #39 (Barry Prophet / Nicole Rampersaud / Sal Grosso)
improvised music + weird rock offshoots, presented by Mechanical Forest Sound
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
The Baby G / 1608 Dundas St. West
PWYC / doors @ 7 / show @ 7:15 / done @ 9
[special extra-early edition!]
The TONE Festival has been kind enough to share their venue with us! Seeing as you're probably going to come out to see Waclaw Zimpel & Kuba Ziolek * Joseph Shabason * Nick Storring on the 5th anyways, why not drop by early for some PWYC sonic shenanigans, including our first international guest?

featuring:
1) Barry Prophet
2) Nicole Rampersaud
3) Sal Grosso [Lisbon, Portugal]
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