T.C. Folkpunk

...AND PLAY A GIG!! That's right folks, for the first time in over a year I will once again venture out into the wilderness of clubland and abuse my Telecaster and vocal chords for your enjoyment. Here's the pertinent info:

TIMOTHY CAMERON (still me, after all these years)


at BREAD AND CIRCUS 193 Baldwin Avenue, Toronto

Show starts at 8pm (so don't show up at 10pm and wonder where I am...)

Appearing with Ottawa-based singer-songwriter John Allaire, and soon-to-be local legend Kim Jarrett,

Cover will be approximately $7.04, including GST...  

Over the past few months I've had a number of folks ask me when I'm playing next, so I'm working on the assumption that enough of you want to see me play live that you may actually leave the comfort of your sofa (or chesterfield if you prefer) to venture down to Kensington Market in a couple of weeks. Hell, I'M going out that night, and I'll be dragging a guitar and knapsack full of harmonicas and cables with me, so don't complain. I decided to make an exception to my rule of pretty much avoiding playing in bars at this time for two reasons: firstly, John Allaire is great. Secondly, the name of the venue is Bread and Circus, which is close enough to "Bread And Circuses" from my last CD that it seemed like something resembling fate. I also realized that 2007 was my first full calendar year without a gig since about 1982! I figured one night out wouldn't hurt.

In other news, I've redesigned the website, and put the guestbook back up under the heading "Your Turn". Feel free to say something. Anyway, thanks for reading, hope to see you on the 19th. Unlike some other acts, I won't be pestering you with emails every couple of days about the gig. You're all big boys and girls now, it's up to you to figure out how a pen and calendar work. Besides, I'll be too busy re-learning my lyrics.

All of them.

Geez, I'm a wordy bastard, aren't I?