Lee Harvey Osmond

Sun Sep 29

Revisit key moments of the ‘60s through the eyeball and ear of LeE HARVeY OsMOND, aka Tom Wilson, of Junkhouse and Blackie and the Rodeo King fame. His youth in the blue-collar steel town of Hamilton, Ontario during the Beatles era, the Vietman War, the Kennedys and King is reflected LHO’s new album “The Folk Sinner,” created from society's transgressions; Tom once wrote that he is in love with the system that keeps him down. He and a rotating cast of colourful collaborators from Toronto’s scene, including Margot Timmins, Hawksley Workman, Colin Linden, Oh Suzanna, Andy Maize, and Paul Reddick take you on a fantastic trip down the ‘acid folk’ lane.