Paisly and Go West Stage Performers
Poacher Ukelele Band
The Poacher Ukulele Band will be back for their third year in our Busker Zone on June 22 @ 11am! Bring your coffee and sing along.
FaceBook – Poacher Ukelele Band
Alyssa Dupuis and Kevin Beeby
Alyssa Dupuis has been working in the Toronto music scene for several years now. She began playing bass at eleven years old in a family band led by her father, but later studied jazz vocals at Mohawk College. Today, Alyssa travels all over North America with various tribute acts, including her own Shania Twain tribute. She is proud to represent F Bass and Bergantino Audio Systems on stage every night.
Alyssa Dupuis – Website
With over 20 years experience entertaining international audiences, Midtown brings high quality live entertainment to any event: DJ, live music, karaoke, pro staging.
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Mahima Akshinthala not only sings but plays piano, guitar and ukulele in an uplifting light rock and Americana style. This creative artist plays both originals and unique covers.
YouTube – Mahima Akshinthala
Hamilton’s Gillian Nicola took an unusual route to becoming a folk/Americana singer-songwriter: trained in classical voice, Nicola spent her teens gigging in a classic rock cover band, singing Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin before launching herself into alt-country when she began writing songs. Nicola’s songs are often built around open and alternate guitar tunings that allow her to throw music theory out the window. With nominations for the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award, Toronto Independent Music Awards and Hamilton Music Awards, Nicola has toured Canada’s east and west coasts, and has shared the stage with some of Canada’s best songwriters, such as Amelia Curran, Tom Wilson, Terra Lightfoot, and Lori Yates.
A nominee for multiple Hamilton Arts Award in music, Pip creates catchy, fresh, reflective, and jazz-influenced tunes. As well as headlining himself, Pip has opened for Ian Tamblyn, David Wiffen, and James Keelaghan. He is a past winner of the Central Ontario Songwriter’s Award (1999).
Icelandic-Canadian musician Lindy Vopnfjord is a proficient storyteller who can distill human experience into the vital emotions that define a moment. Residing in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood, Vopnfjörd and his ongoing artistry are supported by an artistic family and solid fan base.
Bill Craig has been performing for over 30 years and is an accomplished guitarist and vocalist, performing all over the world.
Bill has resumed his solo career after a brief spell as a member of the Irish Rovers and delights audiences with his lively performances. He continues to release collections of songs that capture the spirit of the music and the heart of the listener.