"Translator" / "Morning Morning" (Fugs Cover) Live from the Stacks
Bry Webb & the Providers play at the Dublin St United Church in Guelph, ON on Friday, November 23 with John Southworth. You can find more info about the concert here.
Learn more about the Toronto Public Library's Make Some Noise / Take Some Noise Program, here.
Filmed by Roberto Granados-Ocon & Tiana Feng
Edited by Tiana Feng
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