Tom Wilson made his triumphant return to the Crow stage on Tuesday, March 19th but this time he came with his full band LeE HARVeY OsMOND to blow the roof off the place. Armed with his trademark deep and dirty vocals, his acoustic guitar and colourfully poetic lyrics Tom is a force to be reckoned with on stage. Backed by some of the best musicians in the biz including a lineup of Ray Farrugia (drums), Aaron Goldstein (peddle steel), and John Dymond (bass guitar) the show was perfectly provocative and perfectly loud (thanks Craig!).
(If there were an award for best dressed performer to ever grace the Crow Stage it would certainly go to Johnny Dymond seen above on bass guitar. His suit was it).
Tom Wilson has been performing as part of his various projects including Junkhouse, Blackie & The Rodeo Kings, LeE HARVEY OsMOND and solo for the better part of 45 years. He has ALOT of stories to tell and recounts them in between songs with great humour and impeccable timing.
The mid-show interview with national radio personality and host Jeff Woods is always a great part of the evening where we get to learn a little bit more about the artist through a brief Q&A.
Tom commented from stage that Crow.Bar & Variety and Collingwood always feels like home and that the audiences are always so welcoming. The band was in a fantastic mood post-show and stayed to chat and mingle with attendees. It was an incredible evening of great music, food, story-telling and laughter.
About the Crow Sessions:
The Crow Sessions is our signature event, it takes our core values of serving delicious food & drink in a welcoming atmosphere with great live music and blends it all into one magical evening. The Crow Sessions are a seasonal bi-monthly concert series which takes place on Tuesday nights and features a 3-course culinary dining experience, followed by an intimate concert by highly acclaimed musicians and features a mid-show up-close & personal interview with legendary radio personality Jeff Woods.
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Live Concert Photos by Nick Harding