ScotiaBank’s International BuskersFest Toronto 2015…

Toronto’s International BuskersFest is truly my favourite part of my summer !!! The weird, wonderful, and highly talented artist, gather together and preform up and down Young Street; between Queen St. and Collage St., with Young and Dundas Square being the central point to discover artistry from around the world. All of the performers pay…

Healing Lower Back Edits…

Recently, I had a bit of an accident at my work. Lets just say… don’t hit your elbow on a hard surface. It makes you dizzy and fall over… possibly even pass out for a tiny couple of moments. However, I’m ok for the most part, just can’t lift anything heavy for a few more…

Some More Mo Kenny, Hillside …

Mo Kenny, was one of the last artist that I watched at Hillside Festival. This time I went to The Lake stage, were I knew what kind of performance I was about to have. I first saw Mo Kenny at The Great Hall, Toronto in 2014. She opened for one of my favourite Australian singer/songwriters…

Scottish Folk on the Hill …

On Sunday at Hillside FestivalΒ I watched Rachel Sermanni play at The Island stage. Rachel accesses that reflective part of you’re being, mixing traditional folk with a sound of Joni Mitchell, Bjork, and somehow creates a dreamy quality to her songs. She brought the old soul out in all of us, leaving us relaxed, yet pleasantly…

The Sound of Sunshine…

Michael FrantiΒ &Β Spearhead brought the sound of sunshine to Hillside Festival. They were Friday nights headliner, and did not disappoint us at the main stage. Franti and Spearhead infused Hillside with soul, reggae, hip hop, and a little funk to our Friday night. Michael talked of personal stories, real world issues, and how if we just…