CMW 2014: Maylee Todd, Jon Batiste & Three O’Clock Train Rock The Horseshoe Tavern

Toronto’s Maylee Todd, Jon Batiste & Three O’Clock jammed out at The Horseshoe Tavern on May 8, part of Canadian Music Week 2014.

Toronto’s Maylee Todd is a multi-faceted and dynamic artist, playing with many hats within the music industry: production, film, songwriting, and more. Her unique blend of Funk, Pop and Soul is created through a combination of organic and electronic elements. Her funky free spirit can very much be seen in her live performances, as you will soon find out in the gallery below.

Jon Batiste hails from Kenner, Louisiana, coming from a long line of musicians. His cool jazz music, blended with other genres such as blues and hip hop, has been heard around the world. In 2012, he was named in the “30 under 30” list of most influential art people in the art world, an accolade that reflects his extensive involvement both as an educator and musician.

Montreal’s Three O’Clock is a alt-country band playing the CMW stage. Formed in 1984, the band brings a blend of alternative, country and rock music, reflecting the punk rock and film noire era started out in. Their edgier music has received great acclaim, from both fans and critics.

Our photographer Steve Murakami was on site at The Horseshoe Tavern to capture them rock the stage with their music. Check them out below.

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