February 13, 2020
From Michael Wrycraft

Hey Toronto

For my 82nd show…

A Man Called Wrycraft presents



Friday March 20, 2020

at Hugh’s Room Live

• Claire Lynch • Tom Wilson• Elizabeth Shepherd• Don Ross• Michael Occhipinti• Jason Fowler • Skydiggers • Joel Saunders

Plus 1 more very special guest TBA


2261 Dundas Street West, Toronto Info/Reservations: 416-533-LIVE (5483)

$30.00 advance/$35.00 door  Doors open and fine dining begins 6pm onwards.  Show begins 8:30pm SHARP.

February 3, 2020
True North Press Release

Bruce Cockburn Announces 50th Anniversary Shows.

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Is it really fifty years ago that Bruce Cockburn’s first album came out?     

Indeed, it is. His eponymous titled album which included “Going To The Country” and “Musical Friends” was released on April 7, 1970.  Coincidently it was also the first album released by True North records. TN 1 was its catalogue number.     

Although mostly recorded in late 1969 the first album hit the stores and airwaves in 1970 and started the long, long journey that continues to this day.

Here’s what Bruce has to say:

“In 1969, when I was feeling the need to record an album of the songs I’d been writing, I had no concept of what that might lead to. Not unusual for a young person, I guess. In some organic way it felt like it was time. The future wasn’t really an issue. It still isn’t. For each of us, there’s a future or there isn’t. But looking back over the arc of fifty years of recording, performing, and travel, not to mention relationships and personal challenges, I can only shake my head and mutter a word of thanks for all of it. Even if I’d been a planner by nature, I doubt I could have predicted how things have gone. And they’re still going!”

Bruce has now released 34 albums and played thousands of concerts around the world, something that he continues to do to this day.

© Daniel Keebler 1993-2020