Glendon James on Sax – July 18 in Toronto, Canada

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The Eaton Chelsea Hotel in Monarchs – Glendon James

eaton chelsea torontoAs Canada’s largest hotel with 1,590 rooms and a business operating in a large community such as Toronto, the Eaton Chelsea, Toronto recognizes and respects its corporate social responsibility ensuring that our quest for sustainable solutions continue to grow and evolve.

In these days of economic uncertainty, one thing is for sure – the Eaton Chelsea, Toronto never compromises the need for sustainable initiatives and always considers the environment in our decision-making.

Glendon James does not disappoint!

Glendon on sax

Quoting Glendon James, “All is fair in jazz, blues, and rock and roll!”

  • Friday, July 18th,
  • Eaton Chelsea, Toronto
    33 Gerrard Street West Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1Z4 Canada
    T (416) 595 1975 F (416) 585 4375
  • 9PM start.
  • No cover charge.

glendon james july 18Hellfire saxophone virtuoso, Glendon James, will be rippin’ with the Band Bad to The Bone.

If you like sax same old, same old, been there, done that, heard that…this is not for you.

If you like sexy, smoldering, surprising, spontaneous sax, with nail biting excitement, this
is DEFINITELY for you!!

Bad to the Bone is billed as the only authentic tribute band to George Thorogood and the Destroyers in North America today.

Come with friends, come alone, just come on out to Monarchs in the Eaton Chelsea on Friday, July 18th!

Monarchs Pub

Lively and energetic, Monarchs Pub is downtown Toronto’s must-visit live music venue.

Monarchs Pub - Bar with Bartender_sWhile HD televisions keep sports fans up to date on the latest scores and games, music buffs can enjoy live jazz, blues or rock performances six nights a week.

Monarchs Pub’s menu is as enticing and diverse as its musical selection.

Guests can also sip samples from Monarchs Pub’s impressive range of domestic and international brews.

… AND you don’t need a partner to get up and dance!


ABOUT Glendon James

– Member of the Toronto Blues Society and the T.M.A.

– Perform soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, clarinet, flute, keys, vocals, and percussion.

– Repertoire is extensive in all styles

– Began studying piano at age 4.

– At age 19 – toured with rock band “Exodus“.

HEATHER AND GLENDON TEALStudied saxophone, clarinet, and flute with Ed Sossin of Humber College; Frank Uhran who specialized in sound production; Pat LaBarbara, Canada’s “Father of Jazz”: Vern Dorge of “Blood Sweat and Tears”; and Steve Lederer, formerly of Woody Herman’s Big Band. Also studied flute with Barb Ackerman of the Toronto Pops Orchestra and Virginia Markson.

Graduated Humber College, York University (Music/History), and received a Bachelor of Education (Music/History) from the University of Toronto.

Styles performed include Jazz, Rock, Pop, Blues, Funk, Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Gospel, BeBop, Fusion, Modal, and Swing with various artists over the years.

Glendon James is also engaged to our very own Heather Macdonald.

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