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Sunday Schedule

Time: 1:00pm

Broke Fuse

Broke Fuse

Broke Fuse is a one-man blues band from Scarborough, Ontario. Jay Moonah, the man in question, has been a fixture in the music scene for over 30 years. Broke Fuse has been performing to rave reviews since 2014, and was nominated “New Artist of the Year” for the Maple Blues Awards in 2022.


Time: 2:30pm

Emerson Ireland Band

The Emerson Ireland Band plays music reflective of Canadian and American country, rock and blues. Expect fiery guitar solos, dance-able grooves and good time music. The band is known for their use of prominent harmonies and improvised jams – with ample amounts of expression and feeling. 

Emerson grew up playing music with family and friends from a young age – and comes from a musician-filled family. The band is backed up by his wife Cheryl Ireland on drums/vocals and close friend Paul Novak on bass/vocals.


Time: 4:00pm

James Anthony

James Anthony grew up in Etobicoke and now resides in Burlington, Ontario. As part of the Lulu’s House Band in the 1990s in Kitchener, Ontario, James Anthony performed with over 150 touring Artists, including, Sam Moore of Sam & Dave, Denny Doherty of The Mamas & the Papas, Gary U.S. Bonds, and The Platters. He hosted an award-winning Roots musical variety show “The Midnight Hour” on Rogers cable in the 1990s, and “James Anthony Live” on Cogeco Cable in 2011-2013. Anthony was inducted into Blues Hall of Fame USA on September 22, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan.


Time: 5:30pm

Otis Wonder and The Hustle

Otis Wonder & The Hustle is an experience that should not be missed, playing all the best Motown, Soul, and Classic R&B.  Otis’ vocalist and front man, Matthew C. Bunt, is an entertainer through and through, with the moves, stage presence, and voice to back it up.  Josh Young’s tasteful guitar work and funk rhythms are perfectly balanced by bass player John Cox, and drummer Andrew McVeigh.  John and Andrew bring the grooves that make you want to get up and dance.