Sunday, February 9, 2014

Torontoist On The Toronto Historical Jukebox

A couple of weeks go, I had the chance to talk to Peter Goffin from Torontoist about the new additions to the Dreams Project I launched last year: The Toronto Historical Jukebox (the blog where I share songs from the history of the city and the stories behind them) and The Toronto Historical Bathroom Sticker Jukebox (where I stick links to those songs up in the bathrooms of music venues around the city).

The piece has some very nice things to say about the project (sample: "There are definitely worse ways to pass your time in the john."). And you can check it all out here: "Toronto Historical Jukebox Plays the Sounds of Our Past."

And, as always, you'll find the Jukebox here — or in the link in the menu at the top of this page.


Photo: Jack London & The Sparrow play Chez Monique in Yorkville, 1966 (via the Clara Thomas Archives)

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