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Unison Jam (Phoenix Concert Theatre)



All Star  “Unison Jam”
 
w/ Finger Eleven, I Mother Earth, Kim Mitchell,
K-OS, Jason McCoy, The Trews, Matthew Good, Madison Violet and Tomi Swick

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th, 2015
PHOENIX CONCERT THEATRE – TORONTO
Doors:  8:00 PM                    Show:  9:00PM



TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT TICKETWEB.CA


General Admission Tickets (incl. HST) $20.00 (plus service charges)


Toronto: The Phoenix Concert Theatre will be host to an evening of live music, featuring the talents of dozens of celebrated artists that are loaning their talents to the Unison Benevolent Fund.

 THE UNISON JAM will feature live performances by Finger Eleven, I Mother Earth, Kim Mitchell, K-OS, Jason McCoy, The Trews, Matthew Good, Madison Violet and Tomi Swick, with additional surprise guests to be announced.


This “ONE NIGHT ONLY” event will feature very special performances and collaborations throughout the evening.   A few of the scheduled highlights include: Kim Mitchell and The Trews performing each others hits; I Mother Earth and Jason McCoy playing some “full metal country,” and Matthew Good performing two acoustic songs.   The event will be hosted by Tom Wilson, with special DJ support from Eon Sinclair of Bedouin Soundclash and K-OS.

The Unison Jam will also feature unique and musical items for raffle and auction, including a trip to Dublin, Ireland, courtesy of event sponsor Jameson.

The UNISON BENEVOLENT FUND is a non-profit charity that provides counseling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community, assisting professional music makers in times of hardship, illness or economic difficulties. Included in the evening will be a special announcement of a new program to provide financial support to Canadian Music Makers in times of crisis.

Unison co-founder Jodie Ferneyhough says; “The momentum over the last few months has been astounding. The incredible response and support we have received for Unison tells us we have tapped into something this community truly wants: A system that will support our colleagues in crisis. I know that the announcement at UNISON JAM is going to bring us so much closer to creating that safety net.”

Lead singer of I Mother Earth, Bryan Byrne says, “We all know musicians that have fallen on hard times.  The Unison Benevolent Fund offers important support to our friends when they need it.   I Mother Earth are happy to not only play this event, but keep Unison at the forefront because this is a critical safety net for musicians and music makers.

All proceeds from the Unison Jam will go to the Unison Benevolent Fund.  The event is sponsored by Jameson and Canadian Musician.


About UnisonThe Unison Benevolent Fund is a non-profit, registered charity that provides counselling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community. We are here to help professional music makers in times of hardship, illness or economic difficulties.

Our Values: Unison was built on the philosophy “For the music community – by the music community”. As a group of music makers and music lovers, we believe in: A strong, well-informed and healthy Canadian music community; supporting music makers with advice, compassion and discreet assistance at all stages of their career; and empowering music makers to pursue their art with confidence.- Read the full story at UnRatedMagazine.com

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