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Event Archive - Andrew Cash fundraiser! Featuring: ANDREW CASH, Jason Collett, Wyckham Porteous

Sun. December 13th 2009 Railway Club (No Minors)
4 PM - 7 PM
$50/$100 (with close to 70% back as a tax credit)
Tickets at:, 778-895-5640
Well known singer-songwriter and journalist Andrew Cash (L'Etranger,
Cash Brothers), is running in the next federal election for the NDP in
the downtown Toronto Davenport riding.
“I am thrilled, if hardly surprised, that Andrew Cash is entering Public Service. I say; 'what took you so long?' Andrew is a fiercely intelligent and highly committed person. He is loyal, empathetic, interested. Andrew's extensive travels throughout Canada will also bring valuable and necessary perspective to the ongoing National conversation; whither Canada. I heartily endorse the candidacy of Andrew Cash and I appreciate this opportunity to crow his virtues and applaud his intent.”
- Gordon Downie, The Tragically Hip
Come join Andrew Cash and his friends Jason Collett (Broken Social
Scene) and Wyckham Porteous for an intimate show and fundraiser on
Sunday December 13th, from 4 until 7 o'clock. It will be a fun event!
Tickets are $50 to $100 (with close to 70% returned as a tax credit).
To order tickets, e-mail or phone 778-895-5640.


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Jason Collett

Raised in Toronto, this singer performed in and around Toronto, but it was his association with Andrew Cash that garnered him praise and critical acclaim. After performing in the Andrew Cash Band in the late '80s and early '90s, Collett joined Ursula, an alternative rock spin-off of Cash's previous group. The band toured Canada and opened up for ac... more info

Wyckham Porteous

His latest album, 3 AM, has taken it's time, but Wyckham Porteous has finally done what he does best. He has emerged as a storyteller, but a storyteller whose personal experience gives the songs on this record a unified philosophical perspective. From a musical point of view, Wyckham has gone back to the rootsy format of his 1995 album, Looking ... more info
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