David Madras with Dana Swarbrick and Kaleb Horn

David Madras with Dana Swarbrick and Kaleb Horn

Kaleb Horn, Dana & The Monsters Under The Bed

Sun, June 25, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

C'est What?

Toronto, ON

This event is 19 and over

David Madras
David Madras
David Madras is a songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist who loves pop and folk music equally. His music combines the down-to-earth approachability of folk and country music with the melodicism and drive of pop. David has also written and improvised music for theatre, having collaborated with theatre companies in Toronto and Montreal. His co-written musical, “Commencement”, played to sold-out audiences in the 2014 Toronto Fringe Festival.
Kaleb Horn
Kaleb Horn is a Toronto actor, clown and musician. Recent theatre credits: Scarabouche! (Toronto Festival of Clowns, Orson Whales, Lunacy Cabaret, Foolish Cabaret, RTS Holiday Show, New Voices Festival); Three Sisters (Wolf Manor Theatre Collective); MANICPIXIEDREAMGIRLS (Next Stage Festival) *Dora-Nominated for Outstanding Ensemble Performance*. Recent TV credits: Reign (CBS/The CW); Conviction (ABC); Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet (Shakespeare At Play). Kevin Forster is a Toronto actor and musician. Recent theatre credits: Seven Stories (Hart House Theatre); The Diary of Anne Frank (FSWC); Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (Lower Ossington Theatre). Recent Film/TV credits: Fear Thy Neighbor (Investigation Discover); God Hates A Coward (Bell TV); Midsummer Nights Dream (Shakespeare At Play).
Dana & The Monsters Under The Bed
Dana & The Monsters Under The Bed
Dana & The Monsters Under the Bed is a three-piece alternative folk band. Originally formed in Hamilton, Dana's songwriting draws heavily on singer/songwriter, jazz, and blues influences. She is supported by Ethan Tilbury on bass who has contributed extensively to Dana's song arrangements. Both Ethan and drummer Alfie Vienneau are active members of Toronto's jazz scene. Dana studies music cognition and rehabilitation sciences and enjoys taking a "Moment of Science" at each show to share current research on the psychology, neuroscience, and rehabilitative effects of music. Dana's voice has been likened to Norah Jones during her jazzier tunes and audiences love her mouth trumpet.
Venue Information:
C'est What?
67 Front Street E.
Toronto, ON, M5E 1B5
http://www.cestwhat.ca