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The Magazine of the Rose Theatre Brampton

Salute to Canadian music pillar, The Nylons in their Farewell Tour.

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September/October 2016

The Nylons


September/October 2016





10 The Wiggles >> Return to Brampton! 12 Burton Cummings >> One of the finest voices in rock music 16 The Nylons >> Featuring Countermeasure 18 Platinum Blonde >> Iconic Canadian rock band 20 Broadway Today >> Bringing audiences to their feet since 1993




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Regional Councillor Grant Gibson

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Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros

Regional Councillor Gael Miles

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Great show tonight. Saw a very funny comedian Marc Sinagoga. Colin Webb – Brampton’s Search for the Funniest Comic


Fun Time last night Rose Theatre Brampton with Karen Berg Sharan Snow Lorraine watched Assisted Living: The Musical great fun and laughed out loud more than once! Fun Times if you get a chance to see this show it is so much fun! Debbie Snow

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Art Direction & Design Vanessa Lewis


Nick Krewen Ashley Goodfellow Alison Broverman

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Australian superstar act is one Hot Potato!

by Nick Krewen

Just how popular are The Wiggles? When the Australian superstars of preschooler pop held an original member reunion this past February to celebrate their 25th anniversary, more than 23,000 people registered to attend their show through Facebook, when only 700 seats were available for the adults-only performance.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime reunion for the original Wiggles, identified by the colour of their shirts – Anthony Field (blue), Greg Page (yellow), Jeff Fatt (purple) and Murray Cook (red) – since all the members save founder Field retired in 2012. To give some perspective as to just how well loved the creators of such wiggly standards as “Fruit Salad,” “Numbers Rumba,” “Hot Potato” and “Wags the Dog” are, financial monitoring post Forbes pegged one year of Wiggles’ earnings at US$28.2 million. Of course, the wee ones care not about the impact of pennies, dollars or other such adult responsibilities. For them, it’s about how much they like the music, the dancing and such memorable characters as Henry the Octopus, Captain Feathersword and Dorothy the Dinosaur. And, if you believe Field during a recent interview with Montreal’s Breakfast Television (BT), this was his main concern in coming up with the idea back in 1991. “We were just four preschool teachers who got together to start a music group and a theatre group for young children, featuring all the things we learned about in early childhood education,” explains Field, who was studying ECE at Sydney, Australia’s Macquarie University when he came up with the Wiggles’ brainstorm. “That’s all it was – it wasn’t a commercial decision. It was something we were really interested in and passionate about – providing good entertainment and education for children. We’re still doing that – that’s still our goal 25 years later. Throw in a whole good dose of fun and lots of great music, and that’s The Wiggles.” Umm, well that’s not entirely true … when they first formed to record an album, there was a fifth Wiggle – Phillip Wilcher – who became excised and ostracized either due to an internal disagreement or a personal decision to pursue a different interest. These days, there is a new batch of Wiggles who were hired in 2013 to continue the tradition that has sold over 30 million CDs and DVDs with even more sales on the heels of the new Wiggle Town! CD and DVD released earlier this summer. The Wiggle Town! Tour will introduce you and your children to Simon Pryce (Red), Lachlan Gillespie (Purple) and Emma Watkins (Yellow). Watkins, previously a dancer on the show, now holds the distinction of being the first female Wiggle. The promotion of Watkins turned out to be a very smart move for the band, Field told BT. “You come to the audience and there’s a whole sea of yellow,” Field notes. “There are girls and boys dressed like Emma with bows in their hair and bow ties – they absolutely love her. She has brought a lot of life, but Simon and Lachy have their bits as well.” Watkins, who married Gillespie in March, is appreciative of her role model stature, and says some changes have been incorporated in recognition of her background in dance. “It’s an absolute honour to be part of this amazing group,” she told BT. “Now there’s a whole new generation and we’re introducing lots of dance, and especially the Wiggle Town! Tour. The boys have been

learning tap, Highland dance, ballet and jazz. It’s been great and we’re bringing it all to you.” The live show is as musical, danceable and amusing as ever, with the audience entertaining performers in equal porportion. According to Field, the audience’s excitement and parents gleefully interacting with their kids provides a contagious and electrifying atmosphere.

musical, danceable and amusing “The children are so spontaneous that the shows are never boring, and we encourage them to be themselves,” he recently told WJZ TV Baltimore. “Preschoolers: they’re the best audience you could ever play to… Little things excite them that don’t excite adults. Standing on that stage and watching the crowd jump up and down doing The Monkey… The beauty is watching the parents, watching the show through the eyes of their children. WE get the best show of all… watching this incredible interaction…” says Pryce. “It’s been a very special thing to be a part of [with] over 25 years still wiggling… we’re really excited.”

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by Ashley Goodfellow

The legend, the man, the music

He’s an Officer of the Order of Canada and has the distinct honour of being the first singer to be twice inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame. He’s got more than 50 years of captivating audiences with his timeless rock ‘n’ roll, both in the influential Canadian rock band The Guess Who and as a solo artist. And, when he performs An Evening With Burton Cummings at the Rose Theatre, local audiences can prepare to be entertained by his enduring charisma and vast catalogue of music. An intimate but energizing concert, the event will feature Cummings and his band doling out various rock tunes made famous by The Guess Who, interspersed with chart-topping songs from his solo career that launched roughly 40 years ago. It’s an all-in-one festival of Canadian classic rock, brought to life by a voice that electrifies through songs like “American Woman” and sparks sentiment through “These Eyes” and other hits. Cummings, who is no stranger to the stage, continues to earn praise for his work as a recording artist. He’s a member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame, Canadian’s Walk of Fame and Prairie Music Hall of Fame. He’s a multiple Juno Award winner, recipient of the Order of Canada, the Order of Manitoba and the Governor General’s Performaning Arts Award. He also has several Broadcast Music Industry awards to his name. His deep repertoire of music has yielded over one million airplays of his songs, positioning him as one of the most recognized and celebrated musicians in Canada’s music history.

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Visit the unique exhibition spaces located on the upper level of the Rose Theatre and in the City Hall Atrium. Each month, the galleries feature exhibits of original work by local artists.

Artist: Qurat-Ul-Ain Location: city hall Atrium Date: october 1-31 Artist: keith Moreau Location: rose theatre brampton Date: october 1-31

10 things you might not know about Burton Cummings »» Burton Cummings and The Guess Who broke a record in 1970 for having sold more records, up to that point, than the entire Canadian music industry combined. »» He has a community centre named after him in his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. »» Also in his hometown, the Walker Theatre was renamed the Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts and is colloquially known as The Burt. »» Of the 47 singles he’s released throughout his career, 23 have earned Canadian Gold Single status – that’s just about half! »» He has been working on a collection of poetry over the last several years entitled The Writings of B. L. Cummings. »» He had a starring role in the 1982 feature film Melanie and earned a Genie for Best Original Song. »» His first live solo album was recorded at Toronto’s Massey Hall, and released in 2012. »» Forty-five years after dropping out of St. John’s High School in Winnipeg at the age of 16, the school gave him an honorary diploma. »» He is the last Cummings in his family – he is an only child and does not have any children of his own. »» He was born on New Year’s Eve 1947, which makes him 68.


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The Policaro Automotive Family has been a longstanding sponsor of Arts and Culture in the City of Brampton. They provide a valuable service in bringing together the community by combining world-class automotive retail with the exceptional artistic excellence. Over the years, their support has been pertinent in helping grow our Rose Theatre Presents, Ride to the Rose and Garden Square programming. You can stop by the Rose Theatre to check out their latest vehicle models in person, either outside the theatre or inside the main lobby. We want to extend a huge thank you to the Policaro Automotive Family for their years of dedication to enhancing the arts in Brampton.









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ON THE MAIN STAGE >> october 20 @ 8PM

by Nick Krewen

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It’s the end of an era for one a cappella act, and the passing of the baton to another. Toronto’s The Nylons have been entertaining audiences around the world for 35 years. Long-standing – and lone standing – original member Claude Morrison has decided it’s time for the band to call it a day. “One of the things that precipitated it is that Garth Mosbaugh is moving to Australia,” says Morrison, 63, speaking on behalf of Mosbaugh, Gavin Hope and Tyrone Gabriel. “Garth follows his own drummer – he’s the only group member that lives in Vancouver, the rest of us live in the GTA. We’ve made it work before in terms of rehearsal and schedule, but Vancouver is still pretty accessible. Australia, not so much.”Although everyone except Morrison is a replacement member (original founders Paul Cooper, Marc

Connors and Denis Simpson are deceased), Morrison is blunt about his refusal to consider replacing Mosbaugh in this current edition of the singing quartet, founded in 1978. “I just haven’t got a fire in my belly for that anymore,” he admits. “It’s an exhausting process. There’s a lot of repertoire to learn and, on top of that, you learn how to live with another person. Plus, I think the lineup that we have is so superlative in terms of chemistry. Ever since Tyrone joined the group [in 2005], I said, ‘This is it – this is the way it’s going to end. We’re not going to replace anyone.’”During their career, The Nylons released more than 22 albums, but arguably their heyday occurred in the early years, when their first four discs – The Nylons, One Size Fits All, Seamless and Happy Together – garnered them a couple of Juno Award nominations and inroads into the US market, including Top 15 entries into the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult charts with their rendition of “Kiss Him Goodbye.”The quartet was selling out venues all over the world but, following those four albums, radio wasn’t quite as receptive as it used to be.

There’s no dishonour in calling it a day after over 35 years “Not only did radio change and music change, but we suffered the dual body blow of the loss of our two founding members – Paul Cooper and Marc Connors – within a year of each other,” notes Morrison. “That was pretty heavy-duty. We had a decision to make right then and there – do we go on, or call it a day? I so enjoyed it back then, so we replaced half the group. Micah Barnes replaced Paul Cooper and Billy Newton-Davis stepped in a month after Marc Connors passed away, which was very brave of him because, truthfully (and in Billy’s defence), he was miscast. Because Marc was the tenor voice, and Billy is not a tenor; God love him, he’s a baritone. Billy doesn’t even have a falsetto, so he was very courageous in stepping forward. So when Billy announced he was going back to his own solo career, we got a tenor in Garth Mosbaugh. “We’ve had a good long run. There’s no dishonour in calling it a day after over 35 years. It’s somebody else’s turn, I guess.”That “somebody else” could well be tonight’s warm-up act, the 14-voice Countermeasure led by Aaron Jensen, a Prince Albert-born Toronto composer who won the grand prize in the jazz category of John Lennon Songwriting Contest in 2011.Jensen, who has had his works performed

around the world by such musical luminaries as the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and Bobby “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” McFerrin, and who also doubles as the annual SING! Festival’s artistic director and artist-inresidence at Beth Sholom Synagogue, says Countermeasure was formed six years ago. “Countermeasure came about organically,” Jensen explains. “A group of singers who sang together in university – some at York, some at U of T – were looking for opportunities after graduating. So, unlike a lot of groups, rather than starting with a vision, we started off with a hoarde of singers that we loved as individuals and loved making music with, and worked backwards from there to create the kind of group that we wanted to continue with and see potential through.”Countermeasure, which recently returned from a successful European tour to promote its sophomore album Made to Measure, has performed a mix of festival and corporate gigs, with one of its most famous performances as an impromptu flash mob for Chapters Indigo during Valentine’s Day being aired as a television commercial. Jensen says he’s proud of the group, which swelled to 19 members during an earlier incarnation. He’s especially gratified that their repertoire of sophisticated arrangements and harmonies runs from originals to standards to modern pop by the likes of Bruce Cockburn (“Lovers in a Dangerous Time”), Björk (“Unravel”) and D’Angelo (“Spanish Joint”). “I feel we push our singers just beyond comfort zones,” he states. “Musically, we don’t stick to any one particular genre, which has allowed us to participate in choral festivals and jazz festivals. We cover a lot of ground.”The band has opened for Blue Rodeo, Corey Hart and Chantal Kreviazuk, among others, as well as fellow a cappella acts The Swingle Singers, Sweden’s The Real Group and, of course, The Nylons. “They’re good and their style is quite different. There’s 14 of them and only four of us,” The Nylons’ Morrison remarks. “It’s passing the baton to a new generation.”The baton won’t be officially passed until May 2017, as The Nylons continue to travel the world to thank their fans with their final performances. “We’re going to Holland and Belgium and doing a series of shows over there. And the right way to end it would be to do one final show here in Toronto,” says Morrison. “I’m thankful to have had Did you know: a long run, and grateful that I had a chance to do what I Tia Brazda’s latest love to do and get paid for ll’ he album ‘Bands it, as well as all these fringe debuted at #1 on benefits – the travel, making zz Ja es friends and just getting up un iT e th onstage for 1-1/2 to two a. ad an Chart in C hours and making an ass of yourself, in a good way.”

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by Alison Broverman

Canadian new wave band Platinum Blonde first made themselves known 32 years ago with their first full-length record, Standing in the Dark, which, appropriately enough, given the band’s name, went triple platinum, selling over 300,000 copies. Once the ’80s ended, so did Platinum Blonde. Frontman Mark Holmes kept busy with a career as a DJ (he goes by DJ MRK). It was an important side career that kept him connected to the music scene. “It made inroads for

me in other ways,” he says. “Looking for relevance in what you do, you have to create it yourself. All of a sudden I was leading two completely separate lives. So what it’s done for my music is it’s kept me involved, kept me ahead of the curve, kept me creative, kept me young.” Holmes is also the founder and owner of Mod Club, the iconic Toronto music venue. When the band released a new album in 2012, they were missing a key member. Bassist Kenny MacLean had died of heart failure in 2008, just as the band was planning to come back together. It was a devastating loss for Holmes and his fellow bandmates. “A piece of your life gets ripped out of you,” he says. But the drive to create music remained. Holmes likes to talk about how he never really had to grow up, so coming back to Platinum Blonde felt natural, in a way. What also helped was the rebirth that new wave music has found in the past decade. “One can’t discount the amount of new bands who have found influence through our music

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So on this tour, Platinum Blonde has been drawing both old fans and new. “It’s an interesting mix, one that we weren’t expecting when we first released the record. It was almost like there was a renaissance of our sound. People discovered that our sound, which is so prevalent in indie rock today, started with us.”

...triple platinum, selling over 300,000 copies And their new sound isn’t all that different from their old sound which, in turn, sounds new again. “It’s similar, it’s not really that different,” he says. “It’s a way to bring people into the catalogue.” In some ways, Holmes thinks that taking a long break when they did helped to contribute to the band’s longevity. “Because we took a break, we became more of a cult act,” he says. “You take some time off, you reboot, and people end up loving you again.”

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and have talked about it,” he says. “Crystal Castles did [a cover of the Platinum Blonde hit] “Not in Love” with Robert Smith, and that blew our market open to a new audience.” When the re-formed Platinum Blonde released Now or Never in 2012, it didn’t necessarily sound like a throwback to the 1980s. And it was especially popular with Holmes’ fellow DJs. “[Now or Never] did quite well with other DJs, and made it onto the dance floor quite a few times,” he says. “We have quite a few members of the audience that aren’t overly familiar with our old stuff but are familiar with our new stuff enough to want to come see.” BOX OFFICE 905.874.2800 ROSETHEATRE.CA >> 19

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Broadway Today A captivating journey through Broadway’s best

by Ashley Goodfellow

A collection of songs designed to stir emotions will lead Rose Theatre patrons on a gripping, passionate journey through some of the most captivating music to reach Broadway. Drawing from the last six decades, renowned composer and arranger Charles Cozens has crafted a powerful concert presentation of contemporary theatrical music. Conceived in 1994, Broadway Today includes hits from such popular productions as Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables and Miss Saigon, and, over the years, has been updated to include more modern hits. The most current presentation (the fourth edition) features three new orchestrations, including a song from Wicked. “Broadway Today is a good presentation of contemporary music and songs that are arranged for singers and an orchestra,” explains Cozens, 20

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who is often referred to as a “true Renaissance man of the Canadian music business.” Cozens, who studied music in both Canada and the US, is an accomplished pianist, accordionist, composer, conductor and arranger. He has a lengthy list of achievements, including credit as composer on over 100 CDs and his work with symphony and orchestral shows. He’s also written for and performed with a large number of celebrities, including Sir Elton John, Mark Masri and Randy Bachman. In addition to these accomplishments, he has also written music for the television and film industries. “It’s been a very exciting career,” he says, adding that Broadway Today has been one of the highlights over the years. It’s a fully scripted show, complete with orchestra and three performers – soprano Helena Janik, mezzo-soprano Giséle Fredette and baritone/

…feel elated, uplifted… transported by the music tenor Jeff Madden. Cozens says he’s also lined up a special guest artist for the Brampton show, but he’s keeping that identity a secret. While the music itself is commanding enough to engage the audience, Cozens has designed the presentation to be a fully scripted show – complete with an orchestra – to offer a heightened experience to the evening’s listeners. “The show tells a bit about the song and the composer, and is humorous in places,” he says. “This is more than just doing a concert; it’s a chance for the audience to really hear, really know the songs.” With a deliberate focus on the music and its meaning, the presentation is purposefully designed to have minimal props. The artists will appear onstage together and perform in solos, duos and trios, with Cozens conducting the orchestra. “It’s a very exciting show,” says Cozens, whose most recent project is the creation of the Burlington New Millennium Orchestra. “There’s a tremendous dynamic range of music here, and the script really tells a story.” The full-length, two-hour presentation highlights a carefully curated cross-section of music and, in response to that, Cozens expects a diverse range of emotions to surface during the musical journey. He, in particular, is moved by “Music of the Night” (Phantom of the Opera) and a selection of songs from Miss Saigon that he describe as “very gripping.” “I’m hoping that [listeners] feel elated, uplifted,” he says. “We in the entertainment and music world, whether playing Broadway music or serious classical music, want the listener to stop thinking about all the stuff they’ve done that day and be transported by the music.” For listeners looking for more exposure to musical theatre, Broadway Today is a rich compilation of contemporary theatrical songs from the greatest hits post-1960, and offers an opportunity to be immersed in the most popular hits. For the seasoned listener, however, the show is reinforcement that a story is sometimes best told through music.

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