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  • Tags: ”The Flyer Vault”
popular nightclub for local artists and lovers of hip hop, soca, and reggae.
Best New Artist - Rap.
”If you were a hip-hop fan in the spring of ‘87 you were listening to the Fantastic Voyage radio show on CKLN; buying records at Starsound and most definitely attending shows at the Concert Hall presented by Ron Nelson.'”
”Toronto’s first queen of soul Jackie Shane...”
”This was The Wailers 2nd Toronto visit. The first image is the street poster the second is an ad from Share magazine.”
”For the price of a couple beers spend nine nights watching blues icons B.B. King and Muddy Waters back-to-back.'”
A giant marketplace situated in the downtown core for over a century.
”Between 1973 and 1979 the only conceivable way hip-hop could’ve been exported to Canada would’ve been through residents taking trips to NYC (specifically the South Bronx) and bringing back the style to Toronto.”
”REMG presents A Tribe Called Quest & De La Soul.”
”Maceo was one of Toronto's dominant sounds in the 1970s and '80s. A versatile selector he's also considered to be one of the first hip-hop deejay's in the city.'”
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