This event happens on Feb 10, 2017.
Thomas Hammerton has been playing professionally since the age of 15. He is a graduate of the Humber College Music Program where he studied with pianists Bernie Senensky and Hilario Duran. Thomas is an in demand and versatile pianist performing with various acts; Odd Years, Joni Nehrita, The Minotaurs, Jason Raso, and Cuff the Duke. Thomas has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Randy Bachman, Jim Cuddy, Greg Keelor, Hayden and Nikki Yanofsky. His career has led him around the world performing and recording in all genres of music. Thomas lives in Guelph, ON.
Canadian drummer / percussionist Adam Bowman has been a mainstay in both the Canadian and international music scene for over a decade. Adam has toured and recorded with such well known and respected artists as Kellylee Evans, Ember Swift, Dawn Langstroth, Joni NehRita, Melissa Ferrrick, Carlos Morgan, Chris Rouse, Eccodek and VINX to name a few. As a touring artist, Adam has traveled across Canada, The U.S., New Caledonia, The U.K. and Australia and as a session musician, he has played on dozens of recordings. Adam is also an accompanist for Canada’s premier Contemporary Dance organization “Dancetheatre David Earle”. Adam attended Toronto’s Humber College and studied with some of the country’s finest teachers including Roger Flock, Paul Delong, and Don Vickery. Prior to Humber College, Adam studied for many years with Canadian drum guru Gary Tomlin. From Funk to Jazz, Hip Hop to Folk music, Adam’s big beats and deep feel are unmistakeable and he has become the drummer of choice for songwriters, producers and music directors alike.
Tyler Wagler is an in demand bassist as a performer and educator as his musical pursuits are diverse. He is at home in jazz, the blues, performing with gospel/folk singer David Sereda, roots reggae band Friendlyness & The Human Rights, Paul Quarrington, and Jay Douglas and The Legendary Platters. In 2011, Tyler released his own CD as a singer/songwriter. Tyler is a graduate of Humber College where he studied bass with Don Thompson, Mike Downes and Pat Kilbride, and holds a Bachelor of Music from Thompson Rivers University. After several years of teaching and performing professionally in Toronto, Tyler now lives in Guelph, ON.