On September 13, 1969 a one-day-only concert in Toronto changed music forever. A one-night-only performance finally shares the stories of the artists who were there! (ZOOMER’s get an exclusive 10% discount)!
Award-winning broadcaster and comedian Steven Bull (CBC Sports, “Water Ways TV”) teams up with Alan Cross (“The Ongoing History of New Music”) and Musical Director Tim Bovaconti (the Burton Cummings band) to tell the immersive story of the great concert in Toronto’s history.
Three weeks after Woodstock, the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival has been overshadowed and overlooked despite having changed the music world forever.
Bull travelled from Los Angeles to Germany to sit down with those who were there – including Alice Cooper, The Doors’ Robby Krieger and John Desnmore, The Plastic Ono Band’s Klaus Voormann and Alan White – to record the stories before they are lost forever.
In addition to exclusive filmed interviews with Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famers screened for the first time, an 11-piece live band plays the music you would have heard at this incredible show from Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley to The Doors and Alice Cooper.
A new take on a documentary presentation with the most overdue story in Toronto music history!
For tickets, head to www.rcmusic.com/events-and-performances/forgotten-festival