Published Sep 18, 2014Evidently the folks at Toronto label (weewerk) aren't superstitious, since this year marks their 13th anniversary, and they are celebrating with a hometown show at the Great Hall on October 24.
Not only is this the label's 13th anniversary, it's also doubling as the Toronto release show for veteran punk songwriter Art Bergmann, who just issued his Songs for the Underclass EP last month. (He's already played a couple of West Coast release shows.)
The bill is rounded out by a solo set from Great Lake Swimmers frontman Tony Dekker and the Two-Minute Miracles. This is exciting since we haven't heard from the latter band in a while; their Facebook page hasn't been updated in more than year, and their domain name seems to have lapsed, so an onstage return is most welcome.
Tickets cost $17.50 in advance or $22 at the door. They're available from Rotate This or Soundscapes.
For more Bergmann, see his tour schedule below.
10/02 Calgary, AB - Commonwealth Bar
10/23 Hamilton, ON - This Ain't Hollywood ^
10/24, Toronto, ON - The Great Hall *
10/25 Wakefield, QC - The Blacksheep Inn
^ with The Gord Lewis Band
* with Tony Dekker, the Two-Minute Miracles