Diemonds performed at the Canadian Music Week party, held by eOne Music Canada & Gibson
Diemonds are Toronto based Rockers, who will remind you of Guns and Roses.
They are fronted by Priya Panda, a sultry raven haired beauty with an awesome voice.
Daniel Dekay and C.C. Diemond provide the rockin guitar and smokin guitar riffs.
Adam Zotnik and Aiden Tranquada, on Bass and Skins build the bottom end of that sound wall.
Diemonds performed at the eOne Music Canada & Gibson CMW party. Their stage presence instantly made me very thankful for getting the party invite.
Diemonds has the sound created by the hyper talented musicians. They have played hundreds of shows and so have refined a big stage presence.
Diemonds could be the next breakout act after the release of their new record.
That next album is titled “Never Wanna Die” & will be released on August 14th 2015.
Photo is courtesy of Diemonds and eOne Music Canada
I’d love to see Diemonds play a large festival like the Festival of Friends (in Ancaster). They would blow the audience away.
With the new album release coming in August, a Supporting Tour is likely also coming, which would be great news for Diemonds fans.
Till then you can catch Diemonds up close and personal playing at the following concert venues. Get out there and catch the next big band. Seriously great band, not unlike Guns and Roses.
FEAST ON THE EAST TOUR
July 09 – Thursday – Peterborough, ON – at the Historic Red Dog
July 10 – Friday – St. Catharines, ON – at the Detour Music Hall
July 11 – Saturday – Petawawa, ON – at the The Great Canadian Warehouse
July 12 – Sunday – Arnprior, ON – at the The John St. Pub
July 14 – Tuesday – Sherbrooke, QC – at the Bar Le Magog
July 16 – Thursday – Moncton, NB – at the Esquire Tavern
July 17 – Friday – Fredericton, NB – at the The Capital Complex
July 18 – Saturday – Halifax, NS – at the Gus’ Pub & Grill
July 19 – Sunday – Saint John, NB – at the Pub Down Under
FYI: This was a Party with live Bands, hence there was no concert level lighting. All photos were shot at ISO 16,000 (yes 16K which is the max ISO for the camera) and were still one or more stops underexposed. The shutter speed was really slow, hence lots of blurring. I’m rather amazed that I got any photos which were remotely usable. Saving up for a new Sony 7S camera, which can shoot in the middle of the night darkness and produce photos which look like they were taken at mid-day.
Posted by: Vincent Banial for Uniquely Toronto
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