Here’s a quick listing thanks to London Music Officer Cory Crossman:
- 765 Old East Bar and Grill is newly opened and they have live music several days this weekend www.765barandgrill.com
- TONIGHTT: March 18th SunFest Special Presentation @ Aeolian Hall with Lula All Stars
- Catch Tanya Marie Harris @ East Side Bar and Grill 10pm Saturday March 19th
- Brit Floyd @ Budweiser Gardens Monday March 21st
- Metric & Death Cab for Cutie @ Budweiser Gardens March 24th
Who the Heck is Cory Crossman and What Does the “London Music Officer” Do?
Funny you should ask, next week you can get to know him at London Music Club on Colborne, March 22nd for the “Ask the Music Officer” night!
Read about some of the projects Cory is working on in the London Free Press:
Next week, city politicians will discuss a staff report that suggests some city bylaws may need loosening during the country music event, which runs Sept. 8-11 and includes 35 sanctioned and 35 unsanctioned events.
For example, the city’s noise bylaw and the restrictions around live music on bar patios may need tweaking, the report notes. Staff will report back in greater detail in the near future to council’s community and protective services committee…
Attention Local Bands!
Visit The Ontario Music Fund website for a look at some grants that were just announced!
CMAO Road Show – Saturday March 19th @ Central Branch of London Public Library
- $20 for CMAO members and $30 for non-members
- Speakers and panellists including Jason Blaine, Jason Barry, Steve Wilkinson, Jamie Warren + more
- How to Develop Your Artist Business and Brand
- Inside the Songwriter’s Mind
- Demorama: Demo listening session
- CMAO New Faces Showcase @ Bull and Barrell featuring London’s own Genevieve Fisher + more
Registration is OPEN for London Girls Rock Camp!
Register now for one of three sessions this summer in July or August where your little lady can learn to ROCK.
July 4th- 8th (Girls, ages 8-15)
July 11th – 15th (Girls, ages 8-15)
Aug 8th-12th (CO-ED, ages 9-13)
Registration is Open/Early Bird Pricing
Head to londongirlsrockcamp.ca for our registration form
We’re adding a CO-ED week
LGRC is excited to be offering a CO-ED session this summer for boys and girls ages 9-13, August 8-12. We believe all girl programming with women staff is important. However after our co-ed workshop over the holidays we recognized the collaboration of boys and girls is equally important. We’re confident our co-ed session will foster a healthy mutual respect between all genders in our music community. We’ll be offering our same great programming, no experience necessary and campers will be writing their own original music.
Growing Chefs Ontario will be providing lunch each day for us
We love Growing Chefs and everything they stand for. They also make delicious food. Read about their ideology and menus here
Home County Arts and Music Festival + Dundas Street Festival partnerships
We’re excited to be partnering with Home County and Dundas Street Festival. Both festivals will be showcasing some of the bands created this summer.
Financial assistance program
We will be providing limited financial assistance to ensure our programming is accessible to anyone who wants to rock. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our core team will continue to be primarily women with the addition of a few good men.
As always London Girls Rock Camp is focused on empowerment, confidence building, friendship making and most importantly music loving. Lead by a team of female musicians and industry contributors, LGRC is excited to share our program with the community. No musical experience necessary as we will be guiding campers through a series of workshops and classes.
London Girls Rock Camp welcomes campers who self identify as female, trans and gender non conforming. LGRC is inclusive and will ensure all participants are safe and comfortable.
VOTING OPEN for Jack Richardson London Music Awards
Congratulations to all nominees, you can visit https://jrlma.ca/ and cast your vote!
To nominate a local band for MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR, click HERE
To nominate someone in London for PRODUCER / ENGINEER OF THE YEAR, click HERE
Attention local musicians attending high school in London!! You have a chance to win studio time and local airplay on FM96 or Country 104 by competing in the Jack Richardson Battle of the High School Bands!
Registration is free and all competing bands will receive a $50.00 honorarium. After the competition we will crown the 2016 Jack’s Battle of The High School Bands Youth Award winner. The winning band will receive certificates for all of the participants, a plaque for the band and the school, a cash prize of $150.00. Plus a complete media development package including: A song professionally produced, engineered, mixed and mastered for release on all digital outlets (include iTunes and Spotify) at London’s famed Charter House Studios . A Live Studio Session Video of the song filmed and edited in full 1080p HD for YouTube and other social media promotion. Professional photo shoot as well as in studio photos captured and edited by Lone Owl Photography for social media and print promotion, and a spin of band’s song on either FM 96 or Country 104FM.
A $2500 value!
Winner will be invited to attend the JRLMA Show at the London Music Hall on Sunday April 17 and will be presented with the JRLMA Youth Award.
Rum Runners, 176 Dundas St.
Doors open at 7PM
$5 cover – Licensed All Ages
Proudly presented by Fanshawe College Student Union, Charterhouse Studios & London’s Best Rock FM96
* Self-promotion is an integral part of being in independent bands of today, so 5% of a band’s score will be calculated based on their ability to promote this event on Social Media. Each band will receive a link to a Facebook event which is to be posted to the band’s Facebook Band Page (please create one if one doesn’t exist). The night of the event, the total number of Facebook Shares that the original Band Page post has will be used in the scoring.
** Drawing a fan base to your shows is an important part of being in a band. Every audience member that pays to enter the show will be given the chance to register as a fan for the one band they came to support. 5% of the bands total score will be calculated based the number of their fans that are in attendance.
Save the date! Awards night is Sunday April 17th!