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Any Night Of The Week: A D.I.Y. History of Toronto Music 1957-2001

Any Night Of The Week: A D.I.Y. History of Toronto Music 1957-2001

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‘Jonny Dovercourt, a tireless force in Toronto’s music scene, offers the widest-ranging view out there on how an Anglo-Saxon backwater terrified of people going to bars on Sundays transforms itself into a multicultural metropolis that raises up more than its share of beloved artists, from indie to hip-hop to the unclassifiable.' – Carl Wilson, Slate music critic and author of Let’s Talk About Love: A Journey to the End of Taste, one of Billboard’s ‘100 Greatest Music Books of All Time’


‘Toronto has long been one of North America’s great music cities, but hasn’t got the same credit as L. A., Memphis, Nashville, and others. This book will go a long way towards proving Toronto’s place in the music universe. ’ – Alan Cross, host, the Ongoing History of New Music

‘The sweaty, thunderous exhilaration of being in a packed club, in collective thrall to a killer band, extends across generations, platforms, and genre preferences. With this essential book, Jonny has created something that's not just a time capsule, but a time machine. ’ – Sarah Liss, author of Army of Lovers