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06/27/2016 Stu MacDonald at 120 Diner for the Toronto Jazz Festival Downtown $10 - $19

120 Diner, Toronto`s newest live comedy and musical entertainment hotspot, opens its doors to the Toronto Jazz Festival for a series of concerts that showcase the pre-eminent sounds of jazz. With a vocal style reminiscent of Sinatra meets Baker, Stu MacDonald brings to life the phrasing and tone with which the 'Great American Songbook' was meant to be sung. After receiving the 'jazz vocalist of the year' award while attending Humber College in 1998, Stu went on to record and release his debut album In a moment in 2000. Stu's talents go well beyond the stage as he continues to balance performing and his career as a proud 13 year veteran of the Halton Regional Police Service.

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