Craig Robertson "Late Mornings" Album Release

Craig Robertson "Late Mornings" Album Release

Claude Kent

Sat, September 29, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

C'est What?

Toronto, ON

Tickets at the Door

This event is 19 and over

Craig Robertson
Craig Robertson
Craig Robertson is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter/musician who has been performing for over 30 years. In the vein of Canadian songwriters Matthew Good and Ron Sexsmith, Craig's latest album 'Everything Will Pass' is \"reminiscent of the melancholic vibe of artists such as Nick Drake or Elliott Smith, but with a little more lightness to it, and an outlook towards classic sounds such as Neil Young-inspired folk rock\" (Indie Music Album Reviews). Craig has showcased his music at the NXNE festival and Canadian Music Week. He has also garnered airplay on 94.9 The Rock, Peak Revolution Music and has been featured on The Brew Head promotional videos. He is currently gigging around the Toronto area as a solo performer and as a vocalist/percussionist with The Shelley Thomas Band.
Claude Kent
Claude Kent
Claude W. Kent son of James W. Kent (classical music producer for the C.B.C.); has been involved in the Toronto music scene since the late seventies. His first experiences were playing drums in the now infamous Toronto Punk band 'The Fits' who were contemporaries and shared stages with; 'The Viletones', 'Blue Peter', 'The Forgotten Rebels', 'The Secrets', 'Arson' and many other groups who helped to forge the Punk and New Wave explosion that was happening in Toronto at that time. Since then Claude has continued to operate as an independent, DIY, musical outlaw and has involved himself with many projects too numerous to mention.

Claude's first instrument of choice is drums and in order to scratch that musical itch he continues to play drums in various music groups. Playing guitar is his second passion and one he literally and figuratively "picked up", as Claude's older brother is a guitar player and thus there was always one around the house and someone to learn from. Sitting on a drum throne for many years provided Claude with a great vantage point from which to gather perspective in order to create his own situation. Clockwise is the realization of those perspectives and the fruition of Claude's serendipitous songwriting and a continuous, disparate musical journey.
Venue Information:
C'est What?
67 Front Street E.
Toronto, ON, M5E 1B5
http://www.cestwhat.ca