Rock-A-Billy Shake-Up #17: Ray Condo Rock and Roll Party!

Rockhouse T.O. presents: Rock-A-Billy Shake-up #17!

It's time for a

Ray Condo Rock and Roll Party!

Come on out for an All-Star tribute to the Canadian Rockabilly Swing icon

Including performances by:

Lily Frost, Teddy Fury, Matt Allen (The Swingin' Blackjacks), Colonel Tom Parker, Alex Pangman, Big Rude Jake, Steve Good (Tennessee Voodoo Coupe), James Henry (The Millwinders), Jesse James Dale (Buzz Deluxe), Steve Ketchen (The Kensington Hillbillies), Mr. Rick, Julie Seddon Faris, Billy T (The HellBent Rockers), Eric Sandmark (original Hardrock Goner!), and more!

Celebrating the book launch of "Ray Condo's Rock 'N' Roll Party!" by photographer Gayle Hurmuses

Plus special guests from Montreal

The Bobby Dove Band

and spinning wild rockin' wax

DJ Rockin' Dave Faris

and DJ Lincoln Bee Kool

Friday, May 16th, 2014

at the 3030

3030 Dundas St. West (in the Junction, 4 blocks west of Keele St.), Toronto

Doors at 9:30pm, Show at 10pm

Free show! No cover

Sponsored by Mill St. Brewery

It's time for a Ray Condo Rock and Roll Party! Rockhouse T.O. presents a very special 17th edition of the Rock-A-Billy Shake-up series, on Friday, May 16th, which is "Ray Condo Day". Ray Tremblay (aka Ray Condo) was a trailblazing figure on the rockabilly, roots, and swing circuit during the '80s and '90s, and 2014 marks 10 years since his passing. To commemorate and pay tribute to the iconic and versatile Canadian music sensation, and to celebrate the launch of photographer Gayle Hurmuses' new book "Ray Condo's Rock 'N' Roll Party!", the Shake-up presents an All-Star live revue with some of the top names on the local rockabilly scene, and special guests from Montreal. Don't miss this one-night only bill, at the Junction's top destination, the 3030 (3030 Dundas St. West, naturally). And thanks to the venue and our sponsor, Mill St. Brewery, this is a free show!


Rock-A-Billy Shake-Up #17: Ray Condo Rock and Roll Party!

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