15 artists from across Canada set to perform in August 14 showcase
July 28, 2014, TORONTO – The Honey Jam Canada Concert returns on August 14, 2014 at 8:00 pm featuring 15 diverse female artists from across Canada at the Mod Club (722 College St). The Honey Jam Canada Concert is a national showcase and incubator for female singers. In its 19 year history, Honey Jam has launched the careers of several Canadian stars, including Jully Black and Nelly Furtado. Furtado is now one of the event’s sponsors.
This year’s showcase features 15 artists from across Canada. They are:
- Rosie Monday
- Ila Barker
- Jordan Alexander
- Amika vie
- Yoana Rae
- Jheo Navarro
- Leila Dey
- Amanda De Facendis
- Mckenzie Small
- Adria Kain
- Charmie & Renee
- Victoria Azevedo
- Maranda Thomas
- The TG Sisters
These up and coming artists represent a diverse range of genres including pop, hip hop, R&B, soul, blues and rock. The lineup was announced at Honey Jam’s recent launch, where Grammy Award winner Melanie Fiona shared her experience navigating the music industry.
Honey Jam has fostered the development of artists for 19 years, resulting in a slew of successful alumni and current artists who gain international attention, like 2014 Concert artist McKenzie Small, whose cover of Pretty Hurts with cousin Haley famously gained Beyonce’s attention.
Other alumni include Jully Black, Anjulie, Andrea Lewis, Kellylee Evans and Reema Major.
Tickets are available for $20 via ticketweb.ca, at Play de Record (357A Yonge St.) or at the door. This is a 19+ event. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts promptly at 8:00 pm.
Event sponsored by: Slaight Music, TD, The Barbados Tourism Authority, Nelstar, Universal Music Canada, Flow 93.5, Canadian Musician, Urbanology Magazine, Exclaim.ca, Manifesto, Long & McQuade, Microsoft, Yamaha Canada, and OMDC
About Honey Jam
Honey Jam is an all female multicultural, multigenre concert produced by PhemPhat Entertainment Group, a non-profit organization providing educational, networking and mentorship opportunities for artists as well as support and promotion for women’s charities such as the YWCA’s programs for women and girls. To learn more about Honey Jam visit: www.honeyjam.com
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