Frankie Foo and The Yoyo Smugglers Back in the Eastend!!

Every once in a while Frankie Foo and The Yoyo Smugglers venture over across the Don River to the East End of Toronto and whenever they do that, they make their way to the Linsmore Tavern for an amazing night of jazz, rocksteady and ska!  There are always a lot of requests for Frankie Foo and finally we are able to bring them back for another show at the Linsmore Tavern!! This group are real veterans of the Toronto music scene and have really built a solid reputation for their unique sound and musicianship!  Every time they play at the Linsmore Tavern it is a full house with everyone dancing and a fun time is had by all!  Arrive early, because you don't want to miss the show! $5 at the door, the show starts at 9pm!


Blues & Troubles Live at the Linsmore Tavern!!!

Thursday night, the Linsmore Tavern has another great band that will be playing for the first time!  Blues & Troubles will be making their first appearance at the Linsmore Tavern and will be bringing the Blues and Trouble this Thursday night! They are a  traditional-style blues band looking that play the blues right way! Their choices are influenced by songs and artists from the 50's, and they always trying to channel Muddy and Big Mama!  The show starts at 8:30pm, No Cover, Just Blues & Trouble!!


Message In A Bottle: Tribute To The Police, Part of Back To The 80'S Month Part II!!

November was such an amazing month at the Linsmore Tavern with Back To The 80's Month, that we have to do it again this month with Back To The 80's Month Part II!  Kicking off the Back To The 80's Month Part II is a band that will be making their debut at the Linsmore Tavern, Message In A Bottle: Tribute To The Police!! 

If you are looking for the authentic sound of the Police, this is the band, with the Drums, bass & guitar with minimal effects & no tracks.  Dave La Fame (bass & vox) sounds so much like Sting, close your eyes & you're challenged to hear the difference. Precisely replicating the drum sounds & feel is Neil La Fortune. Rounding out the trio & filling all the holes in between with the jazzy, ghost-in-the-machine textures creative subtleties is guitar aficionado Gordon Deppe (Of the Spoons).  MIAB have been pleasantly surprised to discover how many others still have such affection for the rock-reggae sounds that dominated radio airwaves in the early 80s to make The Police one of musics all time best selling artists.This has allowed the group to travel & play throughout Canada & the USA. Plus a memorable performance in Bermuda.

Tickets for this show are on sale and are $5 in advance and $10 at the door!  You can purchase the tickets at the bar or right here:  Buy Tickets!!!



Eastern Blok with Indie/Folk Artist Quincy LePalm!!!

This Friday night the Linsmore Tavern is excited to bring you for the first time ever, Eastern Blok and opening act, Indie/Folk artist Quincy LePalm!  Eastern Blok is a hard rocking energetic band serving up a steady diet of songs you will know and love. The Tragically Hip, Black Crowes, White Stripes and David Bowie are just some of the artists this band will have you movin’ and groovin’ to. Sharing the stage is indie-folk artist, Quincy LePalm, who will blastoff the night with original music, which he is currently in the studio recording for his new CD.  Friday is a perfect night to check out a young and up incoming Indie artist who will be performing some original music.  For the people that want to dance and rock to songs you know and love, Eastern Blok will definitely peak your interest! The show starts at 9pm!  $5 at the door!  See you Friday!

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