Do Make Say Think
Opera House (735 Queen East), tonight (Thursday, April 12)
Perplexed by the avant-rockisms of Do Make Say Thinks new You, Youre A History In Rust album? Perhaps it will all become clear at the Opera House.
Simply Saucer, Electroluminescent
Ciao Edie Roxx (489 College), Friday and Saturday (April 13 and 14)
Considering its been 29 years since Simply Saucer last played T.O., this might be your only chance to see the Hamilton space rock innovators in person this lifetime.
CD release party, Six Degrees Club (2335 Yonge), Friday (April 13)
Jane Bunnett, Billy Bryans and media personality Diego Fuentes join the local roots salsa combo to launch their festive new Aprovéchame way up on Yonge Street.
Blind Boys of Alabama, Bettye LaVette
Massey Hall (178 Victoria), Saturday (April 14)
While its unlikely that Clarence Fountain, currently undergoing dialysis treatments, will make the Massey Hall gig, the Blind Boys will still put on an amazing show, especially with smokin opener Bettye LaVette.
Kool Haus (1 Jarvis), Tuesday (April 17)
Dont count on seeing Kelis join her partner Nas onstage at the Kool Haus, following her recent scuffle with the cops. But it should make excellent television when their Mr. & Mrs. Jones series kicks off on MTV.