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tarting into a residency for the month of February down at Front and Church, Paint clearly did not relish the impending “Snowmageddon” that hung like a pall over the city. The situation was overblown but the TTC was practically empty and the streets were clear.

It was a fun fun night with a triple bill headlined by Paint with friend Erika Werry and a comedienne who raconted funny tales from her literate book of life and lent the night the right touch of quirkiness that took one back to the days of Meryn Cadell back at Elvis Mondays at the Beverly Tavern. The comfy by the fireplace confines of the basement of C’est What with its small one step from the floor riser was a contrast to the rock and roll staging of The Horseshoe that has had its slew of bands such as The Demics or Change of Heart or Teenage Head. However intimate C’est What is there have been events such as NXNE or acts such as Arlene Bishop or Jeff Buckley that have been held in the space. Continue reading