EMERGE Artists Showcase Redpath Waterfront Festival Toronto Entertainment Schedule Sunday, June 23

Redpath Waterfront Festival Toronto – Music Events Sunday June 23

This year’s Redpath Waterfront Festival will be alive with amazing music and incredible talent organized by 360Am/EMERGE Artists Showcase Musical Directors Cindy Wilson and Ron Allen. “We have organized and incredible lineup of must-see local talent that will make 2013 a year to remember”

The EMERGE Artist Showcase, hosted by Cindy Wilson and Ron Allen provides a forum for artists in the secondary development stage of their careers a platform to expand and develop their careers in music. EMERGE is an eclectic monthly showcase of artists in genres from jazz r&b, country, folk, rock and soul. Performances are accompanied by a selection of Toronto’s best live musicians. Fans are exposed to some of tomorrows brightest prospects, a night filled with great music, soul stirring composers, and the wonderful people who consistently support EMERGE Artists events.

The EMERGE Artists showcase has presented some of Toronto’s most talented rising stars whose careers are at the final stage of development.

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ARTIST LINEUP:

11:00 to 11:45

AMOY LEVY GOSPEL HOUR

12:00 to 12:20

SZAFRELLE there is a soul-tinged beauty to her sound an old and classic rarity that you dont vome across very often these days

12:20 to 12:40

STAASIA DANIELS stage presence, attitude, beautiful melodic voice this girl will please any crowd.

12:40 to 1:00

ASHLEY MARTINEZ beautiful voice and a crazy personality this girl has it all. Ashley pop culture music and precision delivery will please any crowd

1:00 to 1:20

DYLAN LOCK is a singer/songwriter his music as a combination of blues/rock/ with an original touch.

1:30 to 2:00

SELENA EVANGELINE Depth one word that explains Selena Evangeline you find it. From the moment her voice pours off the stage and wraps around you or floats out of your speakers to alight on your soul, you know that you’re hearing something you should drink in because it will enrich your life.

2:10 to 2:30

JP SAXE JP’s music is always powerful.JP believes in the power of art to inspire others and his passion for his subject matter is immediately obvious

2:40 to 3:00

CHRISTIAN BRIDGES Through creative expression, Bridges found a sort of inner freedom he’s since continued to pursue, and strives to perpetuate, as a spiritually uplifting singer-songwriter in the Toronto arts scene merging musicianship with social activism. “I want to be real and organic giving a place of comfort openness and happiness through my music,” says Christian. “Music saved my life so I feel like I owe it to myself and owe it to other people to keep it real.”

3:10 to 3:30

TYANNA NIKKITA TNT Dynamite best explains this artist. Her vocal style is a unique combination of jazz, house, and soul

3:30 to 3:50

JUVON TAYLOR his infectious melodies will guarantee to have you dancing in your seats Juvon Taylor is Toronto’s best kept secret

3:50 to 4:10

TECLA BUREY Inspired by Norah Jones, Ella Fitzgerald and Whitney Houston, Tecla Bureyʼs sound is rich and warm. She creates a unique blend of jazz, R&B and neo-soul.

4:10 to 4:30

NATASHA WATERMAN Her music makes you feel at home, with her warm sultry tones and breathy notes you feel the comfort of simplicity.

4:30 to 5:00

AMMOYE effortlessly glides from reggae to dancehall, dub to gospel, soul to hip hop, to R&B with breathtaking ease and presence

5:00 to 5:20

SARA LONDON dishes out matters of the heart (and heartache) containing a soulful blues love affair

5:30 to 6:30

BRETT KINGSWELL With the grit of a 90’s grunge front man and the charm of a southern gentleman, Brett Kingswell’s unique brand of northern roots, swampy, rockin’ country is turning heads, perking ears and stomping feet in its wake

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