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Kazoo! #246 : LUKA + Coszmos Quartette (DGBA Matinée) – Jan 14th @ The Cornerstone

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LUKA (Toronto, ON)
LUKA’s sweet and gentle romantic ballads are sure to win over even the most frigid of hearts. His delivery is direct and simple, armed with no more than his acoustic guitar – his haunting and melancholic music is certain to strike a chord with every audience member. Creator of one of our favorite records of 2016, Summon Up a Monkey King, LUKA keeps getting better.

Coszmos Quartette are a dreamy new band that you probably don’t know just how much you love yet. Blending folk, western-art, chamber and rock (among other influences), CQ are dreamy, gentle art-folk at it’s finest. With a great debut record in tow on Hamilton’s awesome HAVN Records, Coszmos Quartet are a band to get lost in.

Kazoo! Fest and the Downtown Guelph Business Association present:
Kazoo! #246: Saturday, January 14th 2017

@ The Cornerstone (1 Wyndham Street North) – All Ages / Licensed – Show at 3:00pm – Pay-What-You-Can
The Cornerstone is a physically accessible venue

Look Hear 2017 Results Announced!

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We are excited to announce that our 2017 Look Hear Micro-Grant will be awarded to Guelph based artists: Samantha Cardow, Denise Nouvion, and Evan Abeele who will be working on a new multimedia performance called FEED which will debut at Kazoo! Fest in April 2017!

This project was commissioned as part of the Look Hear Micro-Grant which helps fund the creation of a new multimedia performance created by local artists to debut at Kazoo! Fest each year. Thanks to our friends at Ed Video Media Arts Centre for helping make this opportunity possible.

Stay Out of the Mall XV – Dec 15/16 @ eBar

SOTM 2016 - webKYEO & Kazoo! Present:

Stay Out of the Mall XV

Thursday December 15, 2016 @ eBar

Jennifer Castle
Lido Pimienta
Culture Reject

Friday December 16, 2016 @ eBar

Horsey Craze
The Magic
Lonely Parade

TIX AT THE DOOR EACH NIGHT: $15 or $12 w/non-perishable donation for the Guelph Food Bank

Both Shows @ The eBar (41 Quebec St. Guelph, ON)
AA/Lic – 10 PM Doors

All proceeds to Canadian Cancer Society Wellington County towards leukemia research in memory of Sharon Marshall.

Kazoo! #243: Scott Merritt / Anamai – Dec 2nd @ Silence

Scott Merritt is a Guelph legend. An internationally respected recording artist and music producer, Merritt has been active since 1980. During that time he has released six albums under his own name on labels that include Duke Street Records, IRS Records and MCA/Universal Records. Clever, powerful and intimate, Merritt is a force. With his latest album, Of, ranking among his finest work and his live performances seeming to better every time he takes the stage, Merritt continues to reach new heights.

ANAMAI (Toronto, ON)
Toronto’s ANAMAI is the experimental folk project of Anna Mayberry (HSY) and David Psutka (Egyptrixx, Hiawatha). With their exceptional 2015 debut, Sallows, on Buzz Records making them critical darlings, ANAMAI proved their worth as one of the most acclaimed acts at Kazoo! Fest 2016. With sparse but layered music, ANAMAI leaves you with the suspicion that something even heavier might be lying underneath. Feel the weight.

Friday, December 2nd @ Silence (46 Essex Street)
All Ages / Licensed – Doors 8:00pm, Show at 8:30pm – $20
Silence is a physically accessible venue.
Presented by Kazoo! & Silence

Seating is limited. Advance tickets available now at Silence (46 Essex Street) and Dis-A-Ray (3 Wyndham St. N.). For out of town inquiries, please email david@kazookazoo.ca

Poster by Rachel Crawford.

Kazoo! #242: Marisa Anderson / Bry Webb – Nov 26th @ Heritage Hall

Marisa Anderson channels the history of the guitar and stretches the boundaries of tradition. Her playing is fluid, emotional, and masterful, featuring compositions and improvisations that re-imagine the landscape of American music. Her work applies elements of minimalism, electronic music, drone and 20th century classical music to compositions based on blues, jazz, gospel and country music.

BRY WEBB (Guelph, ON)
Guelph’s own poet laureate, Bry Webb weaves together the honest sentiments that get us all through each day. A deeply affecting singer/songwriter, Bry’s peaceful and sincere performances are full of celebratory, nostalgic and touching songs, delivered in a way that makes you understand why he’s been so influential in Canadian music for the past 10+ years. At this performance Bry will be accompanied by Ben Grossman and Rich Burnett.

Kazoo! #242: Saturday November 26th
@ Heritage Hall (83 Essex Street)

All Ages – $15 at the door – Doors 8pm
Heritage Hall is not a physically accessible venue (stairs)