Jon Hendricks w/ Jane-Finch Childrens Choir
Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe), tonight (Thursday, April 24)
The jazz vocal legend throws down with the kids from the Jane-Finch Choir in a one-off event to remember.
Lee’s Palace (529 Bloor West), tonight (Thursday, April 24)
Oversaturated with indie rock dipsy-doodlery? The heavily pounding psych jams of Dead Meadow could be just what you need.
Teenage Head CD release
Healey’s (56 Blue Jay’s Way), Friday (April 25)
Back from the grave, Frankie Venom and his legendary Hammer punks roar into Healey’s to show they can still shake – although they may be less capable of controlling it.
Born Ruffians, Miracle Fortress, Slim Twig
Lee’s Palace (529 Bloor West), Saturday (April 26)
Quite likely the hottest group out of Midland since the Martels, Born Ruffians knock out the snappy tunes from their Red, Yellow & Blue disc for your ironic pogoing pleasure.
Reverend Horton Heat, Nashville Pussy, Grady
Mod Club (722 College), Tuesday and Wednesday (April 29-30)
Amped-up, raunchy rock ’n’ roll bashing out of fashion? No one told the Reverend and his Nashville Pussy pals, who bring the noise to the Mod Club.
Yelle, Grand Marnier
Opera House (735 Queen East), Wednesday (April 30)
You loved her song in The Hills; here’s your chance to see MySpace-famous French electro-pop chanteuse Yelle in person! Catch her while you can.