Life without Steve Sinnicks would be a lot more boring, less funny and nowhere near as good musically.
Hamilton-come-Niagara Sinnicks always delivers a wry, insightful performance walking the line between lore and life with the winking eye of your best pub mate.
Long, tall and lean, Steve has been a member of some of the coolest bands and played internationally with some of the best.
Always a showman, Steve spins from his latest CD The Last Irishman In Corktown, plays live in studio and makes us laugh and think in between.
Good stuff in the shop as the hair flies, ears get lowered, and a few tattered magazines are enjoyed in the back. http://sinnicks.com/
Lee Reed is a nice guy. So when you see a “LEE REED OR FUCK OFF” t-shirt you might be forgiven in assuming this is not a thinking, feeling man. Break Dancer, B-Boy, writer and rapper, Led Reed spits the truth with the conviction and fury of any legion. Small town Ontario soaks up a culture new and dangerous, while a skinny kid starts his own journey as a voice steeped in the hip hop hierarchy.
Lee likes it close to the wood, not a lot of fluff.
The Barber Shop aims to please.
Tim Gibbons is out early for a cut at The Barber Shop podcast this week, singing the songs of the Deep South – of Ontario. A longtime veteran of the TH&B sound, Tim cut his teeth with the likes of The Shakers, King Biscuit Boy, The Trouble Boys. Sit down, relax and spend an hour listening to some great music and entertaining tales from the man himself – Tim Gibbons
Lou Molinaro and his epically shaggy mop drop by the Barber Shop Podcast for an hour of all things musically Hamilton. A veteran promoter and proprietor, Lou Molinaro is preparing for the launch of a very special musical entity he has constructed like a rock n roll Frankenstein monster – namely TONGUE FU. If you’re good, there might just be a taste in it for you!
Check out TOUNGE FU at This `Aint Hollywood on Friday Jan 11 2013