Originally from Alberta, and now residing in the GTA, Johnny Mega was a mandatory addition to the line up. His current claim to fame is coming in third place for his high energy self-penned submission “We The North” for the CBC Song for The 6ix competition. “We The North” is now the official anthem for the 2016 TDot Festival in September. (You know I’ll be there.)
Julian Taylor is a Canadian singer/songwriter who has performed for audiences during Canadian Music Week, the CBC Music Festival, and the Sound of Music Festival to name a few. He has also enjoyed music placement on TV shows like Degrassi: The Next Generation among others.
It was a long day for Bridgeway. They had to travelled down to the Rivoli all the way from Montreal for their first gig in front of a live Toronto audience. To have come from “So Far Away”, never missing a beat throughout their performance, speaks to the reason they were openers for Hedley and currently hold the Top 6 spot on 96.9 FM Montreal. This is a clear demonstration of Bridgeway’s willingness to support those that have been affected by the Alberta fires that devastated much of the Fort McMurray region.
The Last Bullet was technically the last band to take the stage for the evening. These diehard rockers have shared the stage with the likes of Teenage Head, Bleeker Ridge, and Die Mannequin among others. They have also experienced some break out success on Canadian and US FM radio stations with their single “Girls Gone Wild.”