Check it out!

I added two new pages-photos and press. See above. Click on them to see images of our first show and to read the review in Now Magazine!
The next show will be February 22nd and will feature tow bands. Bry Webb isone guy with a guitar (a really awesome guy who can play and sing amazingly), so if you found the last show loud, this one should be better. Positive Thinking Seminar is a group of four well seasoned musicians who play in every style imaginable so I’m not sure exactly what to expect other than goodness! I’ve included a poster I have made below. If you have somewhere you can put one or more, let me know and I can either email it to you, or drop some off. Until I can figure out how to get in to my new special Rockin’ the Cradle e-mail, you can use nomoregarbage [at] live dot com.scan00011



Rockin’ the Cradle #1 was a success! Thank you all for coming and for telling all your friends. There was a lot of dancing and shaking going down! Woolly Leaves sends his deepest and sincerest Apologies that he didn’t make it. A big big Thanks to the Leonids for playing so wonderfully and for stretching the set to fill in the gap. Thank you to Maureen and Andrew for manning the craft booth.The shakers turned out great! Thank you to Mike for doing sound. Thank you to Cassandra and the Tranzac team for being so accommodating.
I forgot to tell everyone prior to the event that the Tranzac serves brunch at the time of the show, so next time, feel free to bring your empty bellies and fill them up. I had apple maple crepes and they were divine.
Please feel free to send me any feedback you have.
I will try to post photos within the next few days, as well as the poster and information for Rockin’ The Cradle #2!
Thanks again everyone! See you next month.

First Gig, this Sunday (January 25th)

So due to popular demand, I quickly put together a website for Rockin’ the Cradle. The First gig is this Sunday, so get your dancing shoes on, or your head bobbing hat, or whatever. Here’s the scoop…

What:¬† Rockin’ The Cradle- an afternoon rock show¬† with lowered sound and child friendly features (change tables, lots of space, shakers and scarves).

Where: The Tranzac, 292 Brunswick Avenue

When: January 25th at 1-3pm (this Sunday!)

Who: Woolly Leaves and The Leonids

Pay What You Can ***The Tranzac has a Pay What You Can policy, which is awesome, but please remember the musicians need to make a living too so a donation of what you would usually pay for a concert would be greatly appreciated)***

This is truly an all ages event. Everyone aged 0-1000 is welcome.

And just in case you are not excited enough, I have confirmed the musicians for Rockin’ the Cradle #2, which will be Sunday February 22nd from 1-3pm at the Tranzac.

The musicians are……………

Bryan Webb and Positive Thinking Seminar