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January

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Harry Vetro Folk Trio


Harry Vetro is a Toronto-based musician and composer who performs regularly in Toronto and the GTA at notable venues including The Rex Hotel, Jazz Bistro, Tranzac. Other venues include the Resonance Café (Montreal), Jazz Room (Waterloo), and larger festivals such as TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival, and Orillia Jazz Festival. Notable musicians he has performed with include Mike Murley, Steve Wallace, Normah Winstone, Pat Collins, Andrew Downing, Jim Lewis etc. Harry was recently selected by U of T Faculty (Jim Lewis) to participate in the TD Jazz Youth Summit this past summer, a program run by the Ottawa Jazz Festival that brings together top young musicians from across the nation. Harry is also the recipient of a FMUA (Faculty of Music Undergraduate Association) music grant and is scheduled to record and produce an album based on his Canada wide travels.
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January

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Kyler MacKenzie Live at Mulberry


Kyler Mackenzie is originally from Vancouver, Canada and plays a blend of music between Russian Gypsy and Flamenco. After spending some time touring in Europe he has returned to Canada for the winter before going back.

With the recent release of a CD and new music video he is ready to share his music with the masses back home. 

With a style thats always changing and capturing the intensity and adventure of the road, you are invited to come and listen to his take on a modern style of 'gypsy music'

https://www.kylermackenzie.com

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January

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Blue Mantra Live at Mulberry


To whom it may concern... WE’RE BACK!! It’s been a while. We’ve missed you so. BUT, we’ve got something special in store for you. The four of us thought it would be a trip to kick off the new year with a free show at our favourite coffeehouse for all of our wonderful friends. To throw ourselves into some new territory...we’ve decided to strip back our usual electric nonsense and step into some unfamiliar acoustic craziness. Hipster af? Maybe. Regardless... The night will entail of: • A set of covers and reworks that WILL NOT see the light of day again for a very long time, AND • A set of our originals refined for a dandy coffeehouse aesthetic; once again, songs that WILL NOT be performed in this manner for a long time. So, we would love to begin 2018 in the coziness of your adoring company by inviting you to drink coffee, hang with peeps, enjoy (hopefully) free local music and start your year off properly. xx - BM 01/03/2018 7PM $0
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December

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Rob Allen Live at Mulberry


Rob Allen is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter who styles himself after Canadian indie icons such as Joel Plaskett, John K Samson, and Sloan.  Having worked a corporate job for a decade, he has a unique perspective from which to write songs, often providing commentary on pursuing ones dreams and challenging society's definition of success.  The rest of the time, you can find him in a record shop or at the pub.