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Something New! Some Things the Same!!

After a wonderful run of Sundays at Orwell's Pub, the room is sadly closing it's doors after serving great food and cold beers to locals for over 37years!! Matt Horner and I, aka THC, really enjoyed our Sundays at this legendary bar and thanks to the swift thinking of some of our friends and fans we are keeping THC Sundays alive with a switch to the nearby Canadiana Restaurant & Bar.

Starting Sunday, Feb. 27 from 1-4pm, The Theodore Horner Combo will be taking up residency at The Canadiana every Sunday. Located at the 6 Points Plaza on, on Dundas, where Bloor & Kipling meet, the du will pick up right where we left off!! Please join us and make our start at this new location a special one.

Now that COVID rules are loosening up a bit, things are really starting to open up a lot!

I'm happy to announce that The Sunday Sinners are back at Timothy's Pub on the 3rd Sunday of each month. Dancing is now permitted, while masked, and the room is back to full capacity. Can you say, "woot, woot??"

Speaking of The Sunday Sinners, the four piece, featuring Matt Horner, Charlie Cooley, Gene Hardy and my self have picked up a new steady at Dakota's Bar & Grill. Starting on March 26, from 3-7pm, we will be bringing our brand of tunes to this fine venue on the 4th Saturday of each month! Should be a great time.

The Kitchen Party Trio, with Dave Russell, Matt Horner and I, returns to The Carrigan Arms, in Burlington, on the 2nd Saturday of every month, while my Solo Acoustic Mayhem show returns to Merk Snack Bar in Hamilton on the 3rd Thursday of the month.

March will definitely be a busy month as I will also be playing on the the 17th, St. Patrick's Day, at Timothy's Pub with the talented Brigham Phillips!!

Further to that, The Beacon in Wasaga Beach is bringing back The Freakin' Band where I will be returning as Special guest on Wednesday, March 9!

So, as you can see, these are busy times and things are picking up for live music and bars & pubs.

However, in these times of uncertainty around world peace, it's not lost on me that we all may be feeling a little saddened and stressed. If some live music at a local venue can help provide a small escape for a short time, them I'm happy to oblige. I hope you can join me and my musical friends for a bit of laughter and good times.

See you somewhere, sometime. Peace!!


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