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It’s no secret that Toronto is home to one of the most vibrant music scenes in the world, making it a go-to touring stop for many internationally renowned artists and bands. January is kicking off 2020’s concert circuit with a bang, featuring an impressive lineup that includes Canadian music royalty, a pop-punk legend, and one of Britain’s most exciting bands.
Tom DeLonge brings his Blink-182 offshoot group to Toronto next month, performing on January 16 at Rebel. The alternative rock band embarked on their first tour in nearly a decade back in 2019, returning to the road for a North American jaunt amid plans to release a new album later this year. The new record will be their first since 2014, and DeLonge has hinted the new music will also be accompanied by a film.
The esteemed Canadian musician and Blue Rodeo co-founder is bringing his solo act to the Danforth Music Hall on January 24. Jim Cuddy’s most recent release, Countrywide Soul, is his fifth studio album and features new recordings of both Cuddy and Blue Rodeo songs, fresh original tracks, and a couple of covers including Glen Campbell’s classic, “Rhinestone Cowboy.”
The British psych-rock band has often garnered comparisons to the psychedelic bands of the 1960s for their mind-bending music and decidedly vintage style, but they’re no nostalgic knockoff. Temples has steadily carved out a unique place for themselves in the pop music landscape and their latest effort, Hot Motion, has received rave reviews. Temples bring their particular dreamy glam, folk-rock, and droning psych sounds to Toronto on January 28 at Lee’s Palace.
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