Front Of House at The Grind House! Proudly Sponsored by Steam Whistle Pilsner

Front of House Photography is thrilled to kicking off a month-long photo exhibit at The Grind House Cafe in Toronto’s famed Kensington Market. (281 Augusta Ave)

The artwork will feature photographer Bobby Singh’s unique and intimate coverage of local and international acts that have performed on Toronto stages for the last few years. 

Not only are we happy to have Steam Whistle on board because it’s a delicious local Pilsner, Steam Whistle is a proud supporter of Canadian indie music with their Unsigned concert series, so this partnership makes perfect sense!


http://www.steamwhistle.ca/unsigned/

All artwork that is on display will be available for sale and custom print orders are available upon request.

Come down and enjoy great Grind House coffee, ice cold Steam Whistle Pilsner, giveaways and of course lots of music! Our soundtrack for the night will be provided by many of the featured subjects including…

Dinosaur Bones

Janelle Monae

Erykah Badu

Prince

The Balconies

A Primitive Evolution

Emma-Lee

Tin Star Orphans

Saidah Baba Talibah

Rival Sons

Diemonds

Time Giant

Scarlett Jane

Alysha Brilla

Catl.

The Mahones

…and many more!

Front of House photography was established in 2011 by photographer Bobby Singh, who has just been announced as a finalist in the Analogue Gallery’s 2014 Sound Image photo contest, and his work will also be featured simultaneously in that gallery for the month of March, so be sure to visit Analogue Gallery starting March 7th. (673 Queen St W)

 

Please note this is a limited-capacity event, so RSVP by March 1st to fohphoto@rogers.com

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