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Daniel Sky plays Char’s Landing March 8

Toronto singer/songwriter, Daniel Sky, plays Char's Landing on March 8.

Daniel Sky is a singer/songwriter originally from Winnipeg Manitoba. He has lived in The Rockies, on the Coast and in The Prairies.

Sky currently resides in the very musical west end of Toronto since 2008 when he released his debut album ‘On The Round’ produced by David Baxter (Justin Rutledge, Treassa Levasseur).

Since then, Sky has lived and performed across the country and is currently hard at work finishing his third album which will be released this spring.

He has toured the country and has played Toronto hot spots Lees Palace, the Horseshoe Tavern, The Dakota Tavern, Not My Dog, The Cadillac Lounge and The Cameron House where he was artists in residence last summer.

Sky plays Char’s Landing on March 8 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $10 at the door or call 778-421-2427.

 

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