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November 2008

Come meet some of the charming characters from "Life's Lessons" in person... including the authors!
Monday, November 10, 2008 (7-10pm)

Book Launch for
"Life's Lessons: A Successful Collection of Failures"
The Gladstone Hotel Ballroom
1214 Queen Street West 416.531.4635 |

Join the authors to celebrate the release of their book of short stories.

Ted and Rick Fearnley (father and son) are two loveable eccentrics who have spent years putting this collection of true stories together. At the end of every story there is a lesson learned.

This book is geared to readers of any age and makes a great Christmas gift! If you cannot attend the event you may order copies of the book online.

On November 10th you will not only meet the authors but will also meet many of the characters in their book. Also, a rare performance by "Two Generations", who are internationally acclaimed pianist Steve Koven and his father, Irv Koven.

Ian Shaw is an actor and singer based in London England who already has 11 CDs available and has won numerous awards.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008 (8pm)

Ian Shaw in Concert
The Old Mill Inn
21 Old Mill Road, Toronto

For tickets call 416.595.0404 X258 or go to
(Once you have your tickets, you can contact the Old Mill Inn directly if you would like dinner reservations at 416.236.2641)

Back by popular demand, the headliner of "Jazz Lives" 2008 and the 2007 BBC Jazz Awards' Best Vocalist recipient, Ian Shaw, returns to Toronto for a solo performance. This event is presented by JAZZ.FM91 and Raymond James. Sponsors also include: Bulloch Tailors, Don Valley North Lexus, Laywine's Pens & Organizers and Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi.

"Over a dozen of Canada's best-loved jazz musicians and vocalists celebrate a great year of concerts with one big finale!"
Jaymz Bee & The Royal Jelly Orchestra

Saturday November 22
The Regent Theatre in Oshawa
50 King St. East, Oshawa

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Sunday November 23
The Diesel Playhouse
56 Blue Jays Way, Toronto

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Jaymz Bee & The Royal Jelly Orchestra present: "It Was A Very Good Year"

The best singers and songs of the RJO 2008 season which has included private parties, corporate events and charity galas - the only two shows open to the public in 2008!

Since The Royal Jelly Orchestra formed in 1995, they have released eight CDs and played hundreds of concerts in ballrooms and nightclubs, outdoor festivals and soft-seat theatres, but in the past few years have focused on charity fund-raising galas, making this a rare opportunity for the public. Under the direction of Dora Award winner Waylen Miki on piano, the band also features Juno winners Richard Underhill (alto sax), Christopher Plock (tenor sax) and Tony Quarrington (guitar). Rounding out the line-up are some of Canada's finest session players, who also lead their own bands: Artie Roth (bass), Eric St. Laurent (guitar), Glenn Anderson (drums), William Carn (trombone) and Howard Moore (trumpet). Featured Vocalists: Heather Bambrick, June Garber, Michael Danso, Julie Michels, Christopher Plock, Terra Hazelton, Sophia Perlman and Stephanie Welton.

The evening will be filled with surprises and all musicians and singers participating in this wonderful night will be available after the show to sign CDs made available for purchase.

The Regent Theatre is a brand new venue in downtown Oshawa. Originally built in 1919, It is now equipped with 723 seats and state of the art lighting and sound. Other events in the near future include Jesse Cook and The Irish Rovers. The Diesel Playhouse Main Stage has been used as both a theatre and live concert venue. Upcoming gigs include Jane Bunnett, Kurt Elling, Tuck & Patti and Marc Jordan.

"The Late Great John Arpin" will be celebrated November 30th.
Sunday, November 30th
(show time at 6:30pm!)

Virtuoso: A Tribute To John Arpin

Sunday November 23
56 Blue Jays Way, Toronto

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This tribute to one of the world's greatest ragtime pianists and one of Canada's most versatile performers will feature Louise Pitre, Michael Burgess, Peter Appleyard, Robert Scott, and others. John Arpin was recognized around the world as a musician who was as comfortable performing with a symphony as he was backing up a singer or playing solo piano. Eubie Blake pronounced John Arpin "the Chopin of Ragtime". Join us in celebrating the memory of an incredible musician and wonderful human being.


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