Library music?
March 30, 2009 9:51 AM   Subscribe

I have a friend on the Local Music Committee of the Toronto Public Library, and they're looking to hire some Toronto-area bands that have a CD and a following, but aren't so popular that the library couldn't afford them or accomodate the huge crowds they'd draw. The group's music would also have to be acceptable for a fairly general audience. However, I'm very out of the loop, current music-wise, so if anyone has any suggestions I'd be happy to pass them along to my friend on the committee.
posted by The Card Cheat to Media & Arts (8 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I memailed you.
posted by SassHat at 10:05 AM on March 30, 2009

viviv (formerly performed as Ken Reaume)
The Foggy Hogtown Boys (bluegrass)
Chris Coole (banjo and guitar awesomeness)
Scotty Campbell and his Wardenaires (drinkin' and cryin' country)
Fred Spek (odd, but harmless)
Family Supper Stringband
Sheesham and Lotus
posted by scruss at 10:55 AM on March 30, 2009 [1 favorite]

Greg Wyard
posted by kch at 12:23 PM on March 30, 2009

dropped you a memail with some info!
posted by Weaslegirl at 1:03 PM on March 30, 2009

Maybe contact Frank from Chromewaves?
posted by punchdrunkhistory at 1:16 PM on March 30, 2009

How about The Craft Economy? They're creative commons licensed, even!
posted by the dief at 1:29 PM on March 30, 2009

A good friend of mine's in a band called Ketch Harbour Wolves. They've been doing really well lately, lots of good reviews, but they're still quite small.
posted by PercussivePaul at 1:35 PM on March 30, 2009

Response by poster: Thanks for the suggestions, everyone!
posted by The Card Cheat at 3:41 PM on March 30, 2009

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