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May Day! May Day!

May Day! May Day! Bring it on!!!

It’s been a long Winter and eternal Spring, but now Summer is kicking down the door and there’s lots in store.

On a personal note, I’ll be taking some time off in July to take care of a polyp that has developed on my vocal cord. This is not a serious situation but will require surgery and complete vocal rest for a few weeks. The doc says that my voice should return to 100% afterwards. I’m looking forward to a big celebration party when I’m ready.

In the meantime, I’m still gigging and doing my thing.

Let’s make the next couple of months a time for sharing and caring and being together. Here's what on the agenda.

My Sundays with Matt Horner continue at The Legendary Canadiana. A little THC on a Sunday afternoon. Every Sunday, 1-4pm. The best Sunday Funday anywhere!

Speaking of THC, we’ve expanded into THC2 – Theodore Horner Cooley. The trio has found a wonderful home at Dum Dum’s in Brampton where we’ve been holding court monthly. This month will be extra special as it will my birthday bash on May 27!!

I also just played my 4th Anniversary Bash at Mark Snack Bar in Hamilton. Merk is not only the coolest, vibingest, tastiest little bar in the Hammer, it’s also my local!!! I’m doing a Solo Acoustic Set on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Now in my 5th year! Bring on the Alley-O!

The Saturday Matinee Band featuring Dave Russell, Matt Horner and Larry Bodner will be back at The Carrigan Arms on Saturday, May 13, from 3-6pm. There’s dancing at The Carrigan!!! What? The Sunday Sinners return to Timothy’s Pub on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Matt Horner, Charlie Cooley, Gene Hardy and I make up the quartet that plays Classic Soul, R&B and Whatever Else We Feel Like Playing!!

Also, The Sunday Sinners will be back at The Irish Shebeen on Friday, June 2 from 8-midnight. This time with Gary Taylor on the kit. Good times to be had.

Check the website for all the details!

See you out there somewhere, sometime, someplace.



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