1948 Afternoon Hell Drivers
Evening Olsen and Johnson, Rosales Sisters, Astor, Adamsons, Three Barretts, Harvey Girls, Gautier’s Steeplechase, Hoaglin’s Push Ball on Horse Back, The Renes, English Juggling Jewels, Wilfred Mae Trio, California Queens, Hoaglin’s High Jumping Horses, Lott and Joe Anders, Boby Whaling & Yvette, Al. Castle & Co., Hoaglin’s High School Horses, Parker Brothers, Edward Brothers, Kay and Kay, Gaudsmith Brothers and their French Poodles, Hoaglin’s Roman Standing Races, Cimse Sensation, Zacchini’s Double Repeating Cannon, Hoaglin’s Chariot Races
1949 Afternoon “Circus” – Henry’s Trained Dogs, Plutocrats, Josh’s Monkeys, Marcus Troupe, Shirley Lavalle, Jean Dawn, Florence Hin Lowe, Smetona, Don Francesco, Robinson’s Elephants, Pia & Kitchen’s Menace Horse Act, Four Cantons, Sorelle Saltons & Co., Bradfords, Baranek Sisters, the Saranoffs Troupe, Kitchen’s Liberty Horse Act, Ferdinand the Bull, Von Schmidt’s “Tony,” Flying Dobritsch, Glen’s, Allaine and Allain, Peaches and her Aerial Sky Ballet
Evening Olsen and Johnson, Ernst Adams, Gloria Gilbert, Wallace Siebert, Marty May, Patricia Wells, CanAmerican Singers, June Johnson, Bill Hayes, Army, Navy and Air Force Drill Corp. and Band, Bell Singers, Halifax Junior Bengal Dancers, Palemberg’s Bears
1950 Afternoon Kirk Adams Dogs, English Cycling Victoria Troupe, Mike Telesco, The Chamberty’s, Sky Princess, Claire and Hudson, Johnny Welde and his Bears, Evers and Delores, Parker Brothers, Loof Rios, Wheels and the Four Fays, Amadoris, Rossi Troupe, Arsene Gautier and his Steeplechase, Lawrence Trio, The Ricardi Amandi Troupe, Three Aerial Downies, Sam Linfield & his Crazy Scouts, The Zoppe Zavatta Troupe
Evening Danny Kaye, Polyna Stoska, the
Rudells, Ted and Flo Valett,
1951 Afternoon Sylvia’s Canines, Flying Otaris, Tucker
Troupe, Gonzales Sisters and Canines, Billy Ward Flyers, Bruce Brothers, Irah
Watkins and his Famous Chimps, Ira Millette and Penny,
Evening Jimmy Durante, Regina Resnik,
Blackburn Twins with Pam Cavan, Donald Dickson, Nirska, Eddie Jackson, The
Dassies, Boy Foy, Lois and David Adams,
1952 Afternoon Janet’s Circus, Torelli’s Circus, Nio Ye, La Blonde Reio, Winnie Colleano, Wong Brothers, Capt. Joe Hanson Jr. with The Baby Elephants, Ferdinand and Jerry, The Don Wallys, The Three Sidneys, Torelli’s Beautiful Black Liberty Horses, The Shanghai Twins, Oriental Wongs, The Fearless Stars, Aerial Winters, Jaqueline Hurley, Mia and Malti, The Six Tokayers, Leontimes, Allan and Co., R.C.M.P. Musical Ride, The Do-Si-Ettes.
“Canadiana” Tony Martin, Alan and Blanche Lund, Eric Christmas, Max Ferguson, The Keppos, Malvern Collegiate Precision Squad, C.N.E. Vocale Ensemble, C.N.E. Dance Ensemble, R.C.M.P. Musical Ride, The Seven Royal Ashtons, Celia Franca, Lois Smith, David Adams, C.N.E. Corps de Ballet, Toronto Reserve Naval Division, Harvey Stone, Lou Willis Jr., Evelyn Gould, The Canadettes.
1953 “Canadiana” Victor Borge, Jimmy Shields, Darvis and Julia, Eric Christmas, Terry Dale, Billy O’Conner, Bernard Johnson, Boby Brnadt, Irene Apine, Myrt & Gert, Warren, Latona & Sparks, C.N.E. Singers, Dancers and Showgirls, Canadian Armed Forces Drill Squad, Boy Scouts of Canada.
1954 Early Show Scotty Wilson Band, Captain Eddy with his Comedy Car and Clown, Motorcycle Dispatch Rider Display Team, George Murray.
Afternoon “Roy Rogers’ Circus” – Roy Rogers and Trigger, Dale Evans and Buttermilk, Pat Brady with Nellybelle, The Sons of The Pioneers.
Evening Roy Rogers – Dale Evans Troupe,
Trigger, Canadian Armed Forces Drill Squad, Motor Cycle Dispatch Rider Display
Team, Howard Cable and the
1955 Afternoon C.N.E. Orchestra, Canadian Army P-T Squad, Clara Bell, Les Orioles, Bob Top and Lauren, Aerial Barretts, Trombelli Troupe, Elas and Waldo, Lou Bogert, Flying White Horses, Watkins’ Chimpanzees, Francisco and Delores, Walt and Family, Willy, West and McGinty, Jacl Joyce and Camels, Wazzan Troupe, Skating Berrys, Hollywood Skyrockets, Leon Eleana, Lassie and Jimmie Rettig (1st week), The Four Lads (2nd week)
“Canadiana” Ed Sullivan, Marilyn Bell, Lassie (1st week), The Four Lads (2nd week), Canadian Army P-T Squad, The Wazzan Troupe, Bob Trop & Lauren, Walt & Family, Francisco & Dolores, Willy, West & McGinty, Donna Grescoe, Dave Broadfoot, Elsa and Waldo, Will Mahoney, Rosemary Burns, Four Step Brothers, Wally Koster, C.N.E. Singers & Dancers, The Canadettes.
1956 Afternoon “The Gene Autry Show” – Gene Autry, Annie Oakley, Barbara Bardo, The Cass County Boys, The Promenaders, Carl Cotner and His Melody Ranch Orchestra.
R.C.M.P. Musical Ride.
Evening Richard Hearne, Jean Wetzel, Bobby Wynters, Fred Barker, Three Deuces, Gaudsmith Brothers, Lola Dobritch, Three Merkys, The Goetschis, “Scampy”, Canadettes, Alan and Blanche Lund, Nirska, The Stuart Morgan Dancers, 2nd and 4th Battalions, Regiment of Canadian Guards, 1st and 2nd Battalions, Royal Highlanders of Canada (Black Watch), the 48th Highlanders of Canada.
1957 “Canadiana” Bob Hope, Geoffrey Holder, D’Arco & Gee, Wally Koster, Shari McKim, Jo, Jae and Joni, The Alcettys, Martha Ann Bentley, Canadian Armed Forces Services P-T Team, the C.N.E. Vocal and Dance Ensemble, Training Command Band of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
1958 “Canadiana” Danny Kaye, Lorraine Foreman, Larry Mann, The Hames Sisters, Lynn Randall, Kurt Frindt’s Morlidor Trio, The Nerveless Nocks, Tulara Lee, Norbu, The Three Wiles, The Zacchinis, Royal Canadian Signals Band, Canadian Tri-Service Drill Team, C.N.E. Orchestra, C.N.E. Singers, Dancers and Showgirls.
1959 “Canadiana” George Gobel, Eric House, Lotana, Graham and Chadell, William Tabbert, Varel and Bailly with Les Chanteurs de Paris, Miller and Archer, Janik and Arnaut, Ming and Ling, Gino Donati, The Taylor Twins, Canadettes, C.N.E. Symphony Orchestra, C.N.E. Ballet Ensemble, C.N.E. Dancers.
1960 “Canadiana” Phil Silvers, Victor Borge, Jon Vickers, Barbara Franklin, Bill Walker, The Hi-Lites, Rosemary Bailey, Walter Dane, Walh and Oldfield, Robert’s Leopards, Princess Tajana, The Hanneford Family, Howard Cable and the C.N.E. Orchestra, Serbian Dance Group, the Italian Canadian Singers, the Nirloda Dancers, the International Ballet, C.N.E. Singers and the Orchestra, Canadettes, Hanneford Horses.
1961 “Canadiana” Canadian Symphony Orchestra, Peter Mews, Christine Wells & the Four Fays, The Lounsberry Sisters, George Hanneford Family, Joey Hollingsworth, Wally Dean, Victor Julian & his Pets, Ernestine Russell, R.C.M.P. Musical Ride, The Six Singing Canegans, Maureen Hill, Margo MacKinnon, Canadettes, The Metropolitan Toronto Police Units, Canadiana Dancers & Singers, Metropolitan Toronto Secondary School Students, Navy League of Canada Cadets, The Air Cadet League of Canada, The Therons.
1962 “Canadiana” Teresa Stratas, Pepper Davis & Tony Reese, J. Frank Willis, The De John Sisters, Julie and Kay, Ken Boen and the New Gray Mare, Ann Marston, Canadettes Toronto Fire Department, Canadiana Dancers and Singers, The Royal Regiment of Canada, Bruce Webb, Margo MacKinnon, Doug Romaine, Eddie Collins, Jim Corey, Canadian Symphony Orchestra.
The Three Stooges
1963 “Canadiana” Robert Goulet, R.C.M.P. Musical Ride, Billy Van, Bill Walker, Ruth Walker, Canadiana Symphony Orchestra, Jack Durant, Taylor Twins, George Carl, Norbu, The Wazzans, The Three Bizzarro Brothers, Canadiana Singers and Dancers, The Canadettes.
The Three Stooges, Norbu.
1964 “Canadiana” Jack Carter, Carmel Quinn, Guy Marks, Eleanor Calbes, Allan Bruce, Bal Caron Trio, Rositi and Alberto, Les Tonelys, Mae Butler, Lupo Keawe, Olive Brown, Canadiana Symphony Orchestra, Nalalya Butko, Ken Steele, Canadiana Dancers and Singers, Bal Caron Trio, La Clique Alouette, Canadettes.
“Matinee Fun Fest”
and his 26
friends direct from
His Lions, The Great Wallendas.
1965 “Sights and Sounds of the Sixties”
Bob Hope, Victor Borge, Francois Szony & Nancy Claire, The Womenfolk, Doug Crosley, The Hanneford Family, Debbie Lori Kaye, Wes Harrison, The Three Bragazzi, The Liverpool Set, Canadiana Dancers, Canadiana Symphony Orchestra, Canadiana Male Quartette, Toronto Fire Department, Canadettes.
1966 “The Swingin Sixties”
Billy Van, New Christy Minstrels, Canadiana Symphony Orchestra, Helena & Howard, Alma Michaels & Co. with Excess Baggage, The Taylor Twins, Phyllis Arick, The Sorelettis, Canadiana Dancers, Canadiana Male Dancers, Canadettes, The Smothers Brothers (August 19 to August 25), Bobby Vinton (August 26 and 27), Stanley Holloway (August 29 to September 3).
Lorne Greene, Art Linkletter, Percy Faith, Mary Lou Collins, Suzy Wallis, The Five Bells, Lynn Christie, R.C.M.P. Musical Ride, Violet Murray, the Canadettes, Howard Cable & the C.N.E. Orchestra.
Canadian Armed Forces Tattoo.
“Matinee Grandstand Show”
August 21 to September 2
Hell Drivers, Ken Boen and his New Gray Mare “Nellie A-Go-Go”, the Chris Alberti Family.
September 3 – Billy Graham
1968 “Sea to Sea, the Iron Miracle”
Robery Christie, Don Harron, Catherine McKinnon, The Travellers, Natalie Butko, Paul Elson, 4B Ranch.
1969 August 15 - Bill Cosby
August 16 & 17 - Glen Campbell and The Four Freshmen
18 & 19 - Mormon Tabernacle
August 20 & 21 - Bob Hope and the Young Americans with the King Cousins
August 23 - North American College Music Championships – Folk & Pop Festival
August 24 - Canadian Armed Forces Tattoo Concert.
August 25 - The Monkees
August 26 - Sergio Mendez and Brasil ’66 with the Bosa Rio
27 - Cavalcade of Thrills – a
Spectacular Car Show and the
August 28 - Buck Owens with the Buckaroos, with Jeannie C. Riley, Tammy Wynette and the Jones Boys, George Jones, Leroy Van Dyke and the Auctioneers.
August 29 - Drum and Bugle Corps Marching Bands
Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 - Nationbuilders
September - Special Matinee – Wayne Newton
1970 August 21 - Bobby Sherman
August 22 - The Temptations
August 23 - Italian Festival
August 24 & 25 - Johnny Cash with June Carter, the Carter Family, The Statler Brothers, The Tennessee Three and Carl Perkins
August 26 - Brenda Lee
August 27 - Red Skelton
August 28 to 31 - Circus ’70 Internationa
September 1 - Ray Charles and Al Hirt with the Goldiggers
September 2 - Bobby Goldsboro
September 3 - Charley Pride with Skeeter Davis, George Hamilton IV, Bobby Bare, Dave Dudley and the Road Runners, and Tom T. Hall.
September 4 - The Fifth Dimension
September 5 - Showcase of Champions
September 6 - Canadian Forces Military Band Tattoo.
September 7 - Nationbuilders ’70.
1971 August 20 - Jerry Lewis, Lynn Anderson, The Bells
August 21 - Floyd Cramer, Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph, Roy Clark
22 - Carpenters, George
23 - Fifth Dimension,
August 24 - Charley Pride, Jody Miller, Gene MacLellan
August 25 - Guess Who, Podipto Singers
August 26 & 27 - Johnny Cash
August 28 - Showcase of Champions Drum & Bugle Corps Presentation
August 29 - Cavalcade of Massed Bands Tattoo
August 30 - The Osmonds, Impact of Brass, Jimmy Nelson, The Stampeders
31 - The
September 1 to 4 - Circus International
1972 August 17 to 20 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo.
August 21 - Ray Price, George Kirby, Allan Sisters
August 22 - Des O’Connor, The Establishment.
August 23 - The Osmonds, The Heywoods
August 24 - Anne Murray, Frank Mills
August 25 to 27 - Circus ’72 International
August 28 & 29 - Englebert Humperdinck, Ginette Reno
August 30 - Merle Haggard, Gary Buek, Al Cherny, Donna Fargo
August 31 - Guess Who, John Kay, Manchild
September 1 - David Cassidy
September 2 - Sonny & Cher, The Stampeders, David Brenner
September 3 - National Trumpet Band Competition
1973 August 16 to 19 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo.
August 20 to 23 - The Soviet Red Army Song and Dance Festival
August 24 & 25 - James Last and Orchestra
August 26 - Guess Who, The Scublecane
August 27 & 28 - Tom Jones, Freeman Sisters, Pat Henry, Jeff Sturgis Universe
August 29 - Charley Pride, Nancy White, The Good Brothers
August 30 - The Osmonds, The Stampeders
August 31 - Three Dog Night, April Wine, T. Rex
September 1 - Sonny & Cher, Robby McDougall, David Brennar
September 2 - Canadian National Drum & Bugle Corps Championships
1974 Afternoon - Hell Drivers (daily performances)
August 15 to 18 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo.
19 - The
August 20 - Lighthouse, Evel Knievel
August 21 - Liza Minnelli
August 22 - Helen Reddy
August 23 to 25 - Polish Song and Dance Festival
August 26 - Charlie Rich
August 27 - The Stylistics, Robby G. Griffith, George and Gwen McCrae
August 28 - Bachman-Turner Overdrive, The Beach Boys
August 29 - De Franco Family, Susan Jacks
August 30 - Osmonds
August 31 - Guess Who
September 2 - Canadian National Drum & Bugle Corps Championships
1975 August 14 to 17 - Scottish World Festival.
August 18 - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
19 & 20 -
August 21 - Frank Sinatra
August 23 - Anne Murray
August 24 - John Denver
August 25 - Osmonds
August 26 - Olivia Newton—John
August 28 - Paul Anka
August 29 - Bobby Vinton
August 30 - The Beach Boys
August 31 - Guess Who
September 1 - Marching Band Spectacular
1976 August 19 to 22 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo
August 23 - Musical Salute to the U.S. Bicentennial featuring Kate Smith
August 24 - Bachman-Turner Overdrive
August 25 - Bob Hope
26 & 27 -
August 29 - Johnny Cash
August 30 - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
August 31 - Linda Ronstadt and the Band
September 2 - Neil Sedaka
September 3 & 4 - Beach Boys
5 - Mac
September 6 - The Marching Band Spectacular
1977 August 18 to 21 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo
August 22 -
August 23 - Rush.
August 24 - Rene Simard, Patsy Gallant, Hagood Hardy
August 25 - The Irish Rovers, Vera Lynn
August 27 - Helen Reddy
August 28 & 29 - The Beach Boys
August 30 - Charley Pride
September 1 - Captain & Tennille
September 3 - Neil Sedaka
September 4 - Paul Anka and Odia Coates
1978 August 17 to 20 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo.
August 21 - Bob Hope, Patrician, Chase & Park
August 22 - Charley Pride, Dave and Sugar
August 23 - Heart.
August 24 - Foreigner, Trooper
August 25 - Dolly Parton, Eddie Rabbit
August 26 - Sounds from Outer Space with William Shatner and Boris Brott
August 28 & 29 - Osmonds, Munch Brothers
August 30 - Bill Cosby, The Spinners
August 31 - Stars of the Phillipines
September 2 - Shaun Cassidy
September 3 - Englebert Humperdinck
1979 August 16 to 19 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo
August 20 - Leif Garret
August 21 - Foreigner
August 22 - K.C. and the Sunshine Band
August 24 - Sha Na Na
August 25 - Kenny Rogers and Dottie West
August 26 - George Benson, Natalie Cole
August 27 - Shaun Cassidy
August 28 - The Doobie Brothers
August 29 - David Brenner with Susan Anton
August 30 - Triumph, Doucette
August 31 - Vera Lynn with Myron Cohen
September 1 - Johnny Cash
September 2 - Diana Ross
September 3 - The Beach Boys
1980 August 14 to 17 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo
August 18 - Dionne Warwick, Al Hirt
August 19 - Alice Cooper
20 - Canadian Rock
Festival-Minglewood Band, the Kings, Powder Blues,
August 22 - James Taylor
August 23 - Kenny Rogers
August 24 - Sammy Davis Jr.
August 25 - The Doobie Brothers
August 26 - Leoretta Lynn, Conway Twitty
August 27 - 1950’s Rock and Roll Revival
August 28 - The Cars
29 - Myron Floren and
his Orchestra Featuring the Stars from the
August 30 - Queen.
August 31 - Bob Seger
September 1 - Gordon Lightfoot
August 20 to 23 - Scottish World Festival Tattoo with Special Guest Vera Lynn.
August 24 - Paul Anka
August 26 - REO Speedwagon
27 - Richard Nader’s
August 29 - April Wine
August 30 - The Beach Boys
September 4 to 6 - Labatts’ Presents The Stetson World’s Toughest Rodeo.
7 - The Charlie Daniels Band,
The Marshall Tucker Band, Juice
1982 August 18 - Blondie.
August 20 - Dolly Parton
August 21 - April Wine
August 24 - Black Sabbath
August 26 - Olivia Newton-John
August 28 - Genesis
August 29 - Heart
August 31 - Rick Springfield
September 2 - Stevie Wonder
September 3 - The Beach Boys
1983 August 17 - Dianna Ross.
August 18 - Queen of The Fairs
August 19 - Bingo
August 20 - Truck-Tractor Pull
August 21 - The Beach Boys
August 22 - Kenny Rogers
August 23 - Loverboy
August 24 & 25 - Supertramp
29 to Sept. 5 -
September 3 & 4 - David Bowie
1984 August 15 - Frank Zappa.
August 16 - Julio Iglesias
August 17 - Scorpions, Quiet Riot
August 18 - Truck-Tractor Pull
August 19 - Hot Rod Thrill Show
August 20 - The Beach Boys
21 & 22 - The
August 23 - Yes
August 24 - The Thompson Twins
August 25 - Variety Club Bingo
August 27 - Willie Nelson with Waylon Jennings
28 & 29 -
August 30 - Rod Stewart
September 1 - Neil Young
September 2 - Frank Sinatra
September 3 - Kenny Rogers
1985 August 14 - Tina Turner, Glen Frey
August 16 - Toronto Blue Jays vs Kansas City Royals
August 17 - Neil Young & the International Harvesters, Kris Kristofferson
August 18 - REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick
August 19 - Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings
August 20 - Antologia de la Zarzuela featuring, Placido Domingo
August 21 - Kenny Rogers, Lee Greenwood, Sawyer Brown
August 22 - Toronto Argonauts vs Ottawa Roughriders
August 24 - Power Station, Paul Young, Nik Kershaw
25 - George Thorogood
August 26 & 27 - Bruce Springsteen
August 28 - WHAM, Pointer Sisters
August 29 - Battle of the Monster Trucks
August 31 - Ronnie James Dio, Helix, Metal Meltdown
1986 August 13 - Psychadelic Furs, Simply Red, Blow Monkeys
August 15 - Toronto Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers
August 16 & 17 - Toronto Blue Jays vs Texas Rangers (afternoon)
August 17 - Bill Cosby
August 18 - Van Halen, Lover Boy, BTO
August 19 to 21 - Toronto Blue Jays vs Chicago White Sox
August 22 - Whitney Houston
August 23 - Toronto Argonauts vs Edmonton Eskimoes
August 24 - Hot Rod Motor Mania
August 25 - Dark
August 26 - Elton John
August 27 - Huey Lewis and the News
August 28 - WWF Hulkamania
August 29 to 31 - Toronto Blue Jays vs Minnesota Twins
August 31 - Judas Priest, Keel
1987 August 17 - The Cult
August 18 - Monster Mania
August 22 - David Bowie
August 23 - David Bowie
August 27 - Tina Turner, Wang Cheung
August 28 - Whitney Houston
September 1 - New Order
September 3 - Echo and the Bunnymen, Gene Loves Jezebel
1988 August 17 - Bryan Ferry
August 21 - Aerosmith
August 24 - Sade
August 25 - Huey Lewis
August 27 - George Michael
August 28 - Rod Stewart
August 29 - Bob Dylan and Alarm
August 30 - Hall & Oates
September 3 - Willie Nelson
September 4 - Steve Winwood
1989 August 16 - Bee Gees
August 17 - Stevie Nicks
August 18 - Beach Boys, Chicago
August 19 - Ringo Star and the All Stars
August 21 - Randy Travis, Ricky Van Shelton, K.T. Oslin
August 22 - Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman, Howe
August 24 - Cinderella
August 25 - Kim Mitchell, Ric Emmett Band
August 28 - The Cure, Love & Rockets
September 3 & 4 - Rolling Stones
1990 August15 - Melissa
August 17 - Sinead O'Connor
August 19 - Beach Boys
August 22 - Anita Baker, Kenny G, Michael Bolton
August 24 - The Allman Brothers
August 25 - Billy Idol, Gene Loves Jezebel
August 26 - Bill Cosby
September 2 - Janet Jackson, Chuckii Booker
September 3 - Reba McIntyre
1991 August 14 - Bonnie Raitt/Chris Isaak
15 - Worldbeat '91 -
Ladysmith Black Mambazo,
August 16 - Whitney Houston (cancelled)
August 17 - Moody Blues / Neverland
August 18 - Diana Ross
19 - Alice Cooper, Judas Priest,
August 22 - Huey Lewis & The News
August 23 - Randy Travis / Alan Jackson
August 25 - Michael Bolton / Celine Dion / Oleta Adams
August 29 - Rod Stewart / Ziggy Marley
September 1 - Paul Simon
1992 August 19 - Elton John
August 25 - From Sea to Sea
August 26 - Hank Williams Jr.
August 28 - Harry Connick Jr.
August 31 - Tom Cochrane
September 3 - Garth Brooks
September 5 & 6 - U2
1993 August 18 -
& Booker T. and The M.G.s,
August 20 - Rod Stewart with Patty Smith
August 22 - Clint Black and Wynonna
August25 - Def Leppard with April Wine and Ugly Kid Joe
August 27 - Kenny G. with Peabo Bryson and Vivienne Williams
August 30 - Aerosmith with 4 Non Blondes
September 1 - Bette Midler
September 4 - WOMAD Festival with Peter Gabriel
1994 August 19 & 20 -
Rolling Stones with
August 24 - Reba McEntire with John Michael Montgomery
25 - John Mellencamp
August 27 - Harry Connick Jr. and Funky Dunky and introducing The Leroy Jones Quintet
August 28 - Michael Bolton