Rose Cora Perry is a Canadian Singer and Songwriter. She also plays a mean Electric Guitar. There is a quality about her work which stands out from all the other great Musicians. There is also her fierce determination. Rose Cora Perry has the makings of becoming a mega star. I had previously posted that she was to perform on April 15 at Sneaky Fest #1 at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto.
Most importantly it is her words which she crafts into her songs, which will resonate in the hearts of her audience. The photo quote below consists of a simple 2 lines written by Rose, yet they speak volumes. Immediately she is able to connect with her audience. Why? Well, I believe that it is because her words come from the heart.
I would highly recommend keeping an eye on this rising Artist. Her words and her determination are destined to send her on a journey of great success. I look forward to one day shooting her concert at a packed Air Canada Centre, here in Toronto. Till that day arrives, try and catch her “up close and personal” concerts.
BTW, Rose Cora Perry is listed in the lineup, to perform at The 2017 Montauk Music Festival which runs May 18 to May 21.
Quote: “Real Love requires respect, compassion, compromise and striving for what’s best for both of you. Real Love empowers, not shatters.” by Rose Cora Perry
Quote above is Copyright © Rose Cora Perry.
Click on the following link to visit the official Rose Cora Perry website.
View some of her Music Videos, by clicking on the following link to visit the Rose Cora Perry YouTube channel.
To find out where Rose will be performing in the near future, click on this link to visit the Rose Cora Perry Google Plus page.
Two days from now, on Thursday Jun 16, the free NXNE concerts at Yonge Dundas Square, will start at 4pm. Same for Friday and Saturday, except on Friday when the concerts will start at 5pm.
Thursday Jun 16:
4pm Sydney Delong
5pm The Lionyls
6pm Fast Romantics
Friday Jun 17:
5pm Frisky Kids
6pm Long Range Hustle
8pm Jane’s Party
Sat Jun 18:
4pm Hungry Lake
5pm No King For Countrymen
6pm Taylor Knox
8pm Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs
Click on this link to visit the Sydney Delong website
Click on this link to visit the Sydney Delong Facebook page
Click on this link to visit The Lionyls website
Click on this link to visit The Lionyls Facebook page
Click on this link to visit the Fast Romantics website
Click on this link to visit the Fast Romantics Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the Frisky Kids website
Click on this link to visit the Frisky Kids Facebook page
Click on this link to visit the Long Range Hustle website
Click on this link to visit the Long Range Hustle Facebook page
Click on this link to visit the Ferraro website
Click on this link to visit the Ferraro Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the Jane’s Party website
Click on this line to visit the Jane’s Party Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the No King For Countrymen website
Click on this line to visit the No King For Countrymen Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the Taylor Knox website
Click on this line to visit the Taylor Knox Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the LGS website
Click on this line to visit the LGS Apple iTunes page
Click on this line to visit the Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs website
Click on this line to visit the Sam Cash & The Romantic Dogs Facebook page
Click on this line to visit the Zeus website
Click on this line to visit the Zeus Facebook page
Click on this link to visit the Yonge Dundas Square website, if you are new to Toronto.
Posted by: Vincent Banial
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Toronto’s North by Northeast (NXNE) conference and music festival is turning 22 this year. And after more than two decades spent proliferating culture in the city, it looks like it may be cooking up something new for 2016.
Today, the city’s Economic Development Committee voted in favour of helping support the annual festival as it moves forward. It also recommended that the Committee’s general manager report back on how Austin supports South by Southwest (SXSW) to see if we could emulate similar programs here. City Council will now consider this item on March 30.
Yet, this all becomes increasingly relevant because, as NOW reports in its most recent print edition, NXNE is looking to move outside of centrally located areas – such as Yonge-Dundas Square – to the Port Lands.
“This year,” reads a letter from Councillors Paula Fletcher and Josh Colle to the Economic Development Committee sent prior to today’s meeting, “The NXNE festival is proposing to transform 155 Cherry Street in the Port Lands into a festival venue to produce two days of shows on June 17 and 18, 2016 and to draw 10,000 people to the venue.”
Colle and Fletcher asked the Committee to support the festival because NXNE in the Port Lands, as they write, “will spur tourism and create jobs and is in-line with the city’s goal to show that Toronto is a leading music city in the world.”
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