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Originally conceived and produced in 2004, and again in 2008, Celebrate Love is well on its way to becoming a Toronto institution. Representatives from non-profit urban art organizations include: Manifesto, Lost Lyrics, Beatz to Da Streetz, Nia, Stolen From Africa, Young Diplomats, Regent Park Focus, Medina Collective, L. Our goal is to engage the music fans and to make sure that they know we're coming." Toronto had grown somewhat blas about the Junos after their first 30 years, which were mostly spent either here or in Hamilton with the odd trip to Vancouver, Berry concedes, so the big challenge for CARAS will be getting local music fans to view the awards and Junofest as more than just another entry on the city's crowded entertainment calendar.
That, of course, hasn't been a problem in cities like Saskatoon and Halifax, where star-studded functions of this magnitude aren't quite as commonplace.
They have performed at countless award shows and venues, including The Ottawa Bluesfest, the Toronto Jazz Festival, the Canadian National Exhibition, Roy Thompson Hall with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and at the Gospel Music Workshop of America conventions in Washington, DC, Atlanta and Detroit.
TMC has released six albums with their soulful style of calypso, ska and new sounds, with the fusion of jazz and reggae, and have won multiple awards, including a Juno Award, two Gospel Music Association Canada (GMAC) Covenant Awards, a Vibe Award, An Urban Music Association of Canada Award and a Shai Award.
To meet a goal of positively impacting the local community they have partnered with Urban Promise Toronto, who believe children and young adults have the potential to achieve success, and with support they can reach their God-given potential.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to this cause.
The quintet released one self-titled album which entered the Canadian charts at No. Using ,000 won in a radio competition, Watson wrote, arranged and produced her 10-song solo debut Sweet Vibration (save "Ready To Be Loved," previously penned with ex-husband Remy Shand).
It's a winning collection of soulful grooves showcasing her smouldering voice's range and subtleties.
The production, which opened in 2009 to crowds of over 1,200 people, aired on CBC Radio and is available online on CBCs Concerts on Demand.
I did a musical (Smokey Joe's Caf) in Winnipeg and did a lot of singing in the jazz circuit there. Q: What's the lasting impact of the Sugar Jones experience?
A: I don't really push the Sugar Jones thing, but at the same time I get that it's a reference point for people.
A phenomenal cast representing some of the best Canadian gospel musicians, actors and dancers will re-enact the voyage through the golden age of gospel, celebrating the music of Thomas Dorsey, Mahalia Jackson, James Cleveland and other iconic artists.
Powerful vocalists have also been assembled for the front-line singers, including Marlene ONeill, Amoy Levy and Peter Moncrieffe.