Blind Cats and Mr. Jr.

Blind Cats and Mr. Jr.

Sat, June 16, 2018

9:00 pm

C'est What?

Toronto, ON

This event is 19 and over

Blind Cats
Blind Cats
Blind Cats endlessly play shows all over Ontario with regular events at the legendary Bovine Sex Club, Sneeky Dees, Rancho Relaxo, The 460 and many other places that welcome a packed house. With their sophomore album to be released later this year, The Blind Cats already have recorded an EP, One More Year(2010) and their 2009 album The City Blues which is self described as "punk-rock n' roll-blues" with surf influenced undertones. This amalgamation of genres and a thoroughly engaging and energetic live performance from the band illustrates them as an act unrivaled in the GTA.
Assembled in Streetsville, Ontario in 2007 the band is currently composed of founding members Greg Kowalczyk on guitar on vocals, basist and vocalist Jeff MacIntosh with newcomer Matt Frazer on drums. Many early shows breathed new life into the Streetsville scene and when they established themselves there, the band turned its eyes on Toronto where they have since made their name known. Members of the Blind Cats have played alongside Dead Kennedys, D.O.A, The Casualties and The Misfits.
Mr. Jr.
Mr. Jr.
Formed in 2012, Mr. Jr. is an original rock band from Toronto. The band members' individual musical influences range from punk rock to classic country and combine to produce a style that is often simple, frequently danceable, sometimes witty, and always fun. Sing-along rock songs, an indulgence in a good hook, and an uptempo live experience are always on tap.

Believing that a great song is a great song and actively participating in the Toronto music scene, Mr. Jr continues to evolve their music by loving, above all, to play for a crowd. Having played many shows over the last years, their stage presence is polished, and the music tight. Getting folks engaged with the show and usually having the time of their lives, the band tries to make sure that everyone from the crowd to the bar staff are having a good night.

Excited about producing their first studio record, the band is striving to capture the energy of their live shows on an album.
Venue Information:
C'est What?
67 Front Street E.
Toronto, ON, M5E 1B5
http://www.cestwhat.ca