$5 Student Discount available for tickets purchased at the Iridium Box Office with valid student I.D.
“Mondays at The House” is a new monthly emerging artists concert series presented by John Loeffler, Founder & Executive Director of Fieldhouse-Music BMG, and Grace Blake, Producer and General Manager at The Iridium. “Our premiere showcase was a hit and the momentum for those performers continues as they all have left for tours across the U.S.,” says John Loeffler.
“Mondays at The House” is a monthly showcase presenting talent curated by Fieldhouse-BMG and Iridium as a means of discovering, nurturing, and promoting the very best unsigned artists in the country today. Industry mixers and meet and greets follow the performances, and aspiring artists in the audience are encouraged to bring samples of their own music to be considered for an upcoming showcase.
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This months event features special guest host Simon Kirke (of Bad Company and Free), Rachel Bawn, Victoria Canal and Adam Turley.
Rachael Bawn is full of life, vibrance and power and so is her music. Her heart is to inspire youth to discover their greatness, to risk heartbreak for the sake of caring for others – to see the opportunities all around us to do more and seize the day.
Rachael was raised in Hopeville, Ontario, a small rural town two hours North West of Toronto. From an early age, Rachael displayed a deep love of music and a passion for making the world a better place.
Despite many challenges in her life, and the loss of her father a short time ago, Rachael is determined to use her music to change lives for the better. Having partnered with organizations like World Vision, Rachael is engaging youth to care deeply about their world, to have hope, and show empathy – all while making phenomenal music.
Victoria Canal is an 18-year-old Spanish-American singer /songwriter. In 2014, Canal was the winner of the Eddie’s Attic biannual Songwriter Shootout, which one of her inspirations, John Mayer won in 1999. She was chosen to be one of six YoungArts National Finalists as a singer-songwriter . A U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts in 2015, Victoria’s independently-released soulful debut EP “Into the Pull” has garnered over 3 million plays on Spotify and has been praised by the likes of Alessia Cara, as well as having charted at £6 on Billboard’s “Next Big Sound” . She has toured the Southeast of the U.S. twice and is #1 on Reverbnation in the Netherlands, #96 globally. In 2015 Victoria hosted an Open Mic Tour along the east coast of America with 13 dates, raising 5,000 meals for SERV International for people in need. Victoria has since moved to London to begin working on recording her Debut Album. Fired by her pensive lyrics and stunning vocals, 2017 is set to be a standout year for the young artist.
Innocent would both produce and sing hooks for a plethora of east-coast up and coming Hip-hop/R&B acts, while developing his own unique blend of urban/soul/electronic sounds.
Dan would earn his degree in audio production and jump into behind the scenes session work in the bubbling LA music scene.
During the first week of 2016, Innocent shared a new track with Dan, as they had done dozens of times before. An online production session quickly turned into a landmark decision to finally form the duo they had imagined for the past seven years. Two weeks later, Dan took his first trip to NYC and the two bunkered down in a Brooklyn studio. From there, TIDES, the duo’s initials rearranged, was born.
Innocent and Dan quickly dove into their classic R&B roots, developing a throwback tone with a modern Indie Pop twist. Innocent’s native Shona tongue also makes subtle appearances throughout their tracks. With past and present influences ranging from D’Angelo and Anderson Paak, to smooth operators Pharrell and John Mayer, TIDES genre-blending abilities are bound to attract listeners from across the spectrum.
Adam Turley and the Turley Brothers