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- "Tap Dance Now That’s Entertainment"
The New AM 740 presents the ARB production of Tap Dance Now That’s Entertainment featuring Arthur Duncan of The Lawrence Welk Show
November 27 at Carmen’s Dinner Theatre in Hamilton.
Tickets are available by calling 1-800-753-9857 or go to carmens.com.
- Nov 27
- Celtic Christmas: Donnell Leahy & Family
The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of the TSO’s Pop Concert…Celtic Christmas: Donnell Leahy & Family - December 9 and 10 at Roy Thomson Hall.
Join JUNO Award–winning fiddler Donnell Leahy and his family plus special guest Natalie MacMaster for a Celtic holiday celebration! Complete with fiddling, dancing, and storytelling, it’s sure to be a high-energy, action-packed performance that will make your Christmas season.
- Dec 9
- Venus if Fur
Venus in Fur
The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of last year’s hottest play Venus in Fur (the “Dora Award” winner)
See the much anticipated performance at The Berkeley Street Theatre in Downtown Toronto from December 18 to 28.
A 4-star sexy showdown of the sexes that was the Audience Favorite at the 2014 Dora Awards.
- Dec 18
- Jersey Boys
“TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!” raves the New York Post for JERSEY BOYS, the Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide—all before they were 30!
On from December 17, 2014 – January 4, 2015 at Ed Mirvish Theatre.
For tickets visit mirvish.com.
- Dec 18
- MATT DUSK
A Juno Award-nominated Crooner who has the winning combination of charm and talent! Matt Dusk will perform a repertoire of swing, pop, and jazz, adding a modern twist to the standards.
Hits: “My Funny Valentine,” “Two Shots of Happy One Shot of Sad” and “This Could be the Start of Something Big.”
It’s a holiday performance that you don’t want to miss!
- Dec 20
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The celebrations continue for Leonard Cohen, who turned 80 yesterday. The iconic Canadian poet, singer and songwriter has a new album out tomorrow to coincide with his milestone birthday. It’s called Popular Problems and it’s his 13th studio album. Leonard … read more
The US Library of Congress is adding 25 addtions to its National Registry of sound recordings that are considered to have cultural significance. And some of the recordings have a Canadian connection. The original cast recording of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd is … read more
Zoomers rocked the Juno Awards in Regina last night. The legendary Leonard Cohen won Songwriter of the Year, in addition to Artist of the Year which he had already won on Saturday night. And k.d. lang delivered the evening’s high … read more
Canadian Music’s elder statesman has won another Juno Award. Leonard Cohen won the “Artist of the Year” award for his album “Old Ideas.” It was the fourth Juno win for Cohen. The award was accepted by Cohen’s son Adam at … read more
Leonard Cohen is among the top nominees for this year’s Juno Awards. The 78 year old singer and poet has been nominated as Artist of the Year for his album “Old Ideas.” Cohen has also been nominated as best songwriter … read more
Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell met during a songwriter’s workshop at the Newport Folk Festival in Newport, Rhode Island. Participants included Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins, Janis Ian, David Blue, Mike Settle, Tom Paxton and Eric Anderson.
On September 11th, 2001, all 658 Cantor Fitzgerald employees working on and above the 101st floor of One World Trade Center lost their lives. Just days after the attacks, chairman and CEO Howard Lutnick promised that 25% of Cantor Fitzgerald’s profits would go to the families of the deceased. He kept his promise, and along with his Sister Edie, has since raised over $250 million dollars for the families of 9/11 victims. On this episode, Libby is joined by Howard and Edie Lutnick to talk about their memories of the tragedy, and how their lives and many others have changed since. Also, a recent study by CIBC finds that Zoomers are responsible for rising Canadian household debt more than any other demographic. Financial Guru Gordon Pape talks about why that is, and what we can do to get out of the red before it’s too late!… read more