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Andy Kim Christmas Show
with Gord Downie, Amy Millan, Ron Sexsmith, Kardinal Offishal, Dan Hill, Glass Tiger, The Trews and Brendan Canning & Kevin Drew
From the Promoter
The 9th Annual ANDY KIM CHRISTMAS SHOW will be held at the Virgin Mobile Mod Club on December 11th. The Virgin Mobile Mod Club is located at 722 College Street. Doors 7pm - 19+. Tickets are $30.00 and are on sale Friday, October 25th and available at all Ticketmaster Outlets, Rotate This, Soundscapes or call 416-870-8000 to charge by phone.
Last year’s "Andy Kim Christmas Show" was the most successful event of the Holiday season and this year's promises to be even more spectacular. The concert event is the brainchild of music legend, and the evenings' Host and performer, Andy Kim.
"This year I've chosen CAMH Foundation's Gift of Light Program as our charity. I spent a couple hours visiting the facility last week, getting a full understanding of their Patient Care Programs. Through Gifts of Light we will be able to provide thoughtful gifts & a meaningful experience during this Holiday Season. I get the feeling some of these patients are often forgotten and I believe we can make a difference"
During this one-of a kind charity event, patrons will be treated to a classic variety entertainment show that includes holiday performances by some of the country's most sought-after singer/songwriters and performers. Past guests including Sam Roberts, Lights, Ron Sexsmith, Alex Lifeson from Rush, Broken Social Scene, James Black & Rick Jackett from Finger Eleven, Sarah Harmer, Jacksoul, BUCK65, Honeymoon Suite, Arkells, Barenaked Ladies, K-os and more.
"I look forward to the Andy Kim Christmas Show every year... even more than Christmas itself." -Ron Sexsmith
Going into its 9th year, the Andy Kim Christmas Show has been gathering friends and fans together to celebrate the spirit and generosity of the musical community in Toronto with all proceeds going to charity. Join us for a magical evening jam-packed with Canadian talent and Christmas music.
Born in Montreal, Andy Kim was inspired by the Beatles, Hank Williams, Frank Sinatra, Elvis, Buddy Holly, and Bob Dylan. He found fame in New York City at just 16 years old when he wrote How’d We Ever Get This Way?, the first of nine Billboard Top 40 hits, including #1 songs Rock Me Gently and Sugar, Sugar, one of Billboard's "Greatest Songs of All Time." A true Canadian son, Andy has been awarded the country’s top industry honor twice, the JUNO Award for outstanding achievements in the record industry, as well as the "Indie Award" for Favorite Solo Artist in 2005. Andy is a member of Songwriters Hall of Fame and was inducted into Billboard's Hit Parade Hall of Fame in 2010. Over his epic career, Andy has sold over 30 million records, with songs covered by music history's greats, including Wilson Pickett, Tom Jones, Ike & Tina Turner, and Bob Marley.