Well done Toronto The Good, well done austere historic Massey Hall, two very provocative activist artists are laying claim to the old lady of Shuter Street. The magnificent Live at Massey Hall series continues Aug 4 2016 with the Peaches and The Hidden Cameras. The performance, and it will be a performance, will be filmed for a 30 minute documentary of the event.
Peaches has been supporting her in-yer-face as in-yer-orifice new record, Rub and its accompanying album Rub Remixed. If you thought Peaches got down, listen to the remixes she's going down down down deeper, deeeeeee-per on down. There will be a celebratory air to the proceeding too as her album The Teaches of Peaches won the Slaight Family Polaris Music Heritage Award.
Hidden Cameras will release their latest recording, a country folk album, Home On Native Land in the Fall. It features collaborations with Ron Sexsmith, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Feist, Rufus Wainwright and Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys.
Now I'm not saying just saying the Hidden Cameras and Peaches have collaborated with many many folks over the years of their careers and when I saw Chilly Gonzales at his Live at Massey Hall his long time collaborator the aforementioned Feist joined him. Don't be surprised if there some special guests at this show.