Jamaica to Toronto

Contest: Win Tickets and CDs - Jamaica to Toronto


REMG and CKLN are hosting one heck of a party on Thursday night at Mod Club. Jamaica to Toronto lights us up once again by bringing us some hot, classic (i.e. truly historic) soul, funk and reggae to our now chilly, wintry city. Some excellent live jazz will be also be featured.

1960's and 70's Toronto legends Jay Douglas, The Mighty Pope, and Everton "Pablo" Paul will be joined by much hyped special guests the Juno 2007 nominated, contemporary jazz outfit Elizabeth Shepherd Trio at an event that celebrates the new Summer Records Anthology (1974-1988) compilation.

Here's your chance to score yourself a pair of tickets to the show AND win a copy the new CD compilation...


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To win:

1st pair of tickets and a CD: be the first person to comment using a sentence containing the word "funky" below, using a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win. One comment per person, only (we'll be watching IPs).

2nd pair of tickets and a CD: be the first person to comment using a sentence containing the word "legendary" below exactly at or after 7pm tonight (but not before). One comment only though, we'll be watching IPs and multiple comments will be disqualified).

If you don't win, here's the info on where to grab tickets to this show:

Jamaica To Toronto: Soul, Funk and Reggae 1967-1974
with special guest The Elizabeth Shepherd Trio
music by DJ Chocolate & Patrick Roots
Thursday December 13, 2007
Mod Club Theatre (722 College St.)
19+ Event, Doors @ 7:00pm, Show @ 8:00pm
Tickets are $20.00 in advance and available at Ticketmaster, Rotate This, Play De Record & Soundscapes


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