Evergreen Brickworks featuring Dirty Bone Player, Scott Good

We had an absolute blast playing at the Evergreen Brickworks Thursday Night Jazz.  Located in the heart of the Valley (Don), at 550 Bayview Avenue, it's definitely a Toronto hidden gem. 




"Transformed from a collection of deteriorating heritage buildings into a global showcase for green design and urban sustainability, Evergreen Brick Works is both a stage and incubator for Evergreen’s programs.

A dynamic public space in the heart of Toronto’s Don Valley, the site engages visitors through interactive workshops and community festivals, and offers a full suite of programs combining ecology, design, technology and the arts in a hands-on, multi-sensory educational experience.

In 2010, Evergreen Brick Works was named one of the top 10 geotourism destinations in the world by National Geographic."

 
The Brickworks is an amazing space that is picturesque and rugged...the perfect place to hold weddings, barn parties, family outings, birthday parties, or just a day outside.  Honestly, I live a 7 minute (free) shuttlebus ride away, and I had never been there.  When I got there, I instantly fell in love and felt pretty silly for being so unaware of this haven so close to home.  Don't be silly like me.  Go there.  Soon. 

Anyway, we were invited to play by Mr. Scott Good, who is an amazing trombonist, and just an all around nice guy.  We hope to do some more gigs at The Brickworks and look forward to playing with Scott again soon!  But if you missed us, here's some video of evidence :o)


"The Mooche"




"The Very Thought of You"




Tomorrow is studio day!

 

 
 

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