Tuesday night, the Linsmore Tavern's (1298 Danforth Ave) Indie Night returns with 2 brand new original bands ready to bring you some amazing music! This Tuesday October 6th is going to be incredible, as we are featuring 3 incredible bands including 9 Lives and Counting, Fundemics and Symphony of Nine! All brought to you by Amsterdam Breweries, with the support of some great sponsors including IndieCan Radio (SiriusXM), Canada Media Rocks, Steve's Music, and MegaMusic Canada. The show starts at 8pm, no cover, so come out and support original music!
Symphony of Nine is a Rock band out of Toronto who happened to play the very first Indie Tuesday back in July! There was great feedback from their last appearance, so here they are back another one! The band features - Scott Dion Brown (Vocals and Rhythm Guitar) - Colin Campbell (Keys, Guitar and Vocals) - Giovani "Ironman" Agostini (Bass) - Taylor Brown (Drums and Vocals).
9 Lives and Counting is the product of guitarist, Peter Alexander's exhaustive search for the perfect mix of musicianship and camaraderie. It has taken 10 years, but finally 9 Lives and Counting is poised to leave its mark on the history of rock. The first element, was Craig Burnatowski a multi-talented singer and actor. Craig provides power and depth to the vocals that compliment Peter's sonic tapestry. Ever mindful of melody, Craig utilizes his versatility to make each song stand alone as a unique story. The next member to join, was Jason Hutchings on drums. Jason draws heavily upon his education in music performance and composition to add new layers to the nuanced sound, 9 Lives and Counting has been seeking. Behind the kit, Jason is a ferocious beast powering the engine that drives the songs home. Finally, the missing link was found. Rounding out the sound on the bottom end is Scott Everatt. Scott's bass lines add an element of groove and funk, that separates 9 Lives and Counting from their peers. These four, who are as humble as they are talented, are ready to bring the fun and energy back to rock! When you combine these elements, what you get is distinctly, unmistakeable sound of 9 Lives and Counting.