This week at This Ain’t Hollywood April 29 – May 2 2014 @thesainttweets #hamont @drdischamilton

This Ain’t Hollywood

Y108 Presents The Trews/Kissin’ the Carpet presents CATL with Frankie & Jimmy and Janitors/Jonny Debt w/ Weekend Riot Club/The Soul Motivators

Every TUESDAY Buckshot Bebee and Andrew Aldridge invite singers, dancers, comedians, beat poets, choirs, theatre groups – whatever – whoever. Its a night to stand in the spotlight!! It is a first come – first serve basis. We will sign you up so that you are guaranteed to play – and in order! Sign up begins at 9pm.

 

 

Y108 Presents The Trews April 30 @thesainttweets @y108rocks @thetrews #hamont #trewsday

Trewsday

Y108 presents…Trewsday in Hamilton!

April 30th , the Trews return to the city where it all started, 10 years 5 CDs and a few kids later, they’re playing a sweaty club show for their biggest fans at This Ain’t Hollywood!

The only way to get into the show is to win tickets through Y108 or visit East Hamilton Radio at 1325 Barton Street East to fill out a ballot.

 Check out Y108   http://www.y108.ca/contest/3169/enterContest   Login  to  reveal the contest entry form, fill out the contest entry form and answer the trivia question on that form and you’re in to win a pair of tickets to join us for Trewsday.

Contest closes @noon on April 28th.

Check out  http://www.thetrewsmusic.com/


 

Kissin’ the Carpet presents CATL with Frankie & Jimmy and Janitors May 1 @Thesainttweets #hamont

We love catl! They’re a high octane rockin’ and reelin’ R’nB swamp boogying voodoo spell-casting dance party!!! Right before they go on tour with Nashville Pussy, they’re celebrating the release of their newest LP by bringing their sweaty bopping rock’n’blues to Hamilton for a special night. Kissin’ the Carpet is happy to be back with such a great headlining act!

Joining the party are Hamilton’s delta blues gentlemen and hot sauce salesmen, FRANKIE & JIMMY and Toronto’s two-man garage rawk gang,Janitors. DJs Rufus Flypaper and Shoutin’ Count Brockula will be providing soothing chamber music via high fidelity stereo between sets and there will be the usual candy and surprises.

CATL: http://catltheband.com/
FRANKIE & JIMMY: http://frankieandjimmy.bandcamp.com/
THE JANITORS: http://janitorstoronto.bandcamp.com/

Don’t be a dumb bunny! Come get laid!
9pm
8 Buckaroos

 https://soundcloud.com/catl/sets/this-shakin-house

Jonny Debt w/ Weekend Riot Club @the sainttweets May 2 2014 #hamont @jonnydebt @WeekendRiotClub

Jonny Debt B-Day Bash at “This Aint Hollywood” Hamilton Releasing New radio Single “Wish I Died” also featuring Weekend riot Club

Jonny Debt based in the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario, Canada deliver charismatic performances and catchy alternative rock songs with provocative lyrics that capture the definitive essence and the innate desires of their fan base. Their unique pseudo-psychedelic approach to video production and the messages in their material, create an instantaneous appeal that is driven by universal themes and the magnetic personality of the band. The “Jonny Debt” band are road warriors and prolific song writers who thrive on the energy of live shows and the in-your-face interaction with their listeners.

The underground and viral popularity of the “God Song” and “Apple Tree” from their previous releases have inspired the band to forge ahead on their mission to write and release as many quality albums as possible and to perform in as many cities and towns across Canada, before expanding into the US market. 

It all started with Jonny Debt performing at parties and in basements in Southern Ontario that evolved into playing at clubs and sending their music to a few college radio stations, sharing CD’s with fans and friends and various venues. The band was enamoured with the fact that they eventually began to hear their music being played in random cars with their windows down driving down the streets of their home town, on college radio stations and in various bars and clubs in their region. Jonny Debt says “When you are genuine, authentic and honest and immerse yourself in a creative state you cant help but speak from the subconscious”. The band believes their songs are the quintessential playlist for a summer road trip and naturally pen music that is fun, that people sing along to at parties. Jonny Debt can’t help but to, unabashedly reflect on their own lives and create a unique style of music that could be referred to as “a rare new sound”.

Their 2013 album release titled “Prince of The Golden Horseshoe” has received critical acclaim from Canadian music industry insiders. The first single from the record is called “Bronze”, which is being promoted to commercial rock radio and the college and university radio markets nationally by an established and professional team. “Jonny Debt” is touring nationally, with dozens of shows confirming, to support the release and in the words of the band themselves, “We will play as many shows as possible this year”. Other notable songs from the new album “Canadian Boy” and “Splash In The Sun” are poised to be strong follow-up singles to the initial radio promotion of “Bronze”.

2013 will also see “Jonny Debt” showcasing at select music industry events that may include: SXSW and the national COCA conference which will expand the recognition of their music and brand and add to their legion of fans across Canada.

Click on the link for      Jonny Debt 

Weekend Riot Club

QUOTES:

“Solid radio-friendly CanRock. ” – Alan Cross

“There are hints of rock and hard country in the closing third, and it’s this section which will absolutely get the adrenaline flowing, making for a powerful conclusion to a polished, but certainly hard-edged piece.” – Overrating the Underrated

“It’s great to hear some gritty, throat-ripping vocals in this world that seems to prefer the melodic female leads.” – Snob’s Music

“to appreciate Weekend Riot Club, you must love the rock and have the volume at full tilt. – El Tino

“(Weekend Riot Club’s) scorching performance demonstrated that this relatively new Hamilton rock band deserves some high-profile attention.” – Graham Rockingham, Hamilton Spectator

“(Weekend Riot Club) take to whatever stage like it’s the ACC and their raw desire to rock comes out in every show.” – Ric Taylor

Check out the new video from Weekend Riot Club

Check out the new video from Weekend Riot Club

Also on the show is Aaron Berger and the Blue Stars

http://aaronberger.bandcamp.com/

This Ain’t Hollywood

345 James St. N., Hamilton, Ontario

The Soul Motivators Live @thesainttweets May 3 2014 #hamont

  • Tickets Available
    www.eventbrite.com

    Toronto’s nine-piece, deep-funk explosion The Soul Motivators return to Hamilton, Ontario with a show at This Ain’t Hollywood on May 3rd.
    The Soul Motivators

    As well as regular airplay on national and college radio, the band has racked up numerous club and festival dates across Ontario and Quebec and opened for legendary acts such as Lee Fields, Bernie Worrell and Afrika Bambaataa.

    This funk machine boasts chanking guitar riffs, crisp horns and a screaming B3. The rolling bass and fatback drums will motivate you to the dancefloor and Ms. Persaud’s straight-up, raw vocal style will mesmerize all around. Their live show blends elements from across the spectrum – a solid soul review, afrobeat, the roots of funk and classic hip-hop breaks. Showcasing originals, rare covers, new joints and a few surprises, this slick show will keep the crowd moving all night long.

    Offering an alternative to classic mainstream soul, the band gained local attention in 2012 for their love of these gritty, rare grooves from the early 70s. They released their debut EP in March 2013 to a fanfare from CBC Radio 1 – a glowing review by Toronto journalist Errol Nazareth and “Until The Sun Goes Down” was made track of the week on the afternoon drivetime show Here and Now.

    The excitement quickly spread further afield with shows in Ottawa and Hamilton and CBC airplay in Halifax and Windsor. Then Frank Raines, head of Detroit based boutique label, Funk Night Records, heard the buzz across the border and signed the band for a limited edition 45.

    2013 finished on a high-note with “Until The Sun Goes Down” featured on GQ.com’s Man of The Year video feature.

    With further vinyl releases planned, an upcoming documentary soundtrack and summer dates in the works, this show is sure to bring a funky ruckus to Hamilton.

    Grab your pre-sale tickets now for an unforgettable night of moves, grooves and Motivation!
    DETAILS

    The Soul Motivators [Deep Funk/Soul]

    DJ LP

    Doors – 9pm

    Venue – This Ain’t Hollywood (345 James St N)

    19+ event – ID REQUIRED

    Order tickets via Eventbrite:
    http://tsmhamiltonmay2014.eventbrite.com/?aff=efbevent
    Have any questions regarding the event or otherwise? Reach out to Nathan at: info@soulmotivators.com416-807-7552

Have any questions regarding the event or otherwise? Reach out to Nathan at: info@soulmotivators.com416-807-7552

Don’t forget

ADVANCE TICKETS  AVAILABLE:

This Aint Hollywood 345 JAmes street North during hours of operation  289 396 3911  – – online at http://www.thisainthollywood.ca

Dr.Disc Hamilton 22 Wilson Street : 905-523-1010  http://www.drdisc.ca/tickets

 

27. April 2014 by Gunner
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