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TD Music Mondays

These free concerts by local artists at Central Library are generously supported by TD Bank Group. Concerts are held in the Library Commons on the main floor of Central Library through the winter and outdoors in the Rotary Reading Garden when summer weather returns.

Yessica Whoahneil

Finding joy in shared experiences and moments, Yessica Woahneil uses music and performance as an opportunity to connect and engage with the world around her.
Website: www.yessicawoahneil.com

Aaron Allen

Allen made a promise to himself that he would make country music his career, even though – thanks to his wife – tattooing eventually helped pay the bills. Allen is well on his way to keeping that promise, as his previous album Judgement Day garnered rave reviews from such prestigious outlets as No Depression, Roots Music Canada, and For Folk’s Sake (UK). Allen’s style remains as honest and true-to-life as ever. Indeed, just as a tattoo is permanent, Aaron Allen’s songs make an emotional impact just as lasting.
Website: www.aaronallenmusic.com

Wolf Saga

London, ON born indigenous electro-pop artist Wolf Saga's aim is to not only keep you dancing with his catchy hits, but also wants to invoke deeper thought behind the meanings of his tunes. His songs reference current issues near to him, from missing indigenous women (Stolen), women’s rights (Walls), and misogynist attitudes found in his peers (Get Back). His belief that music has the ability to carry strong messages while still making you dance shines through in his honest songwriting. Having started his musical career as a DJ he performs in many artist settings. Most recentlyincluding intimate acoustic performances where he can connect with his audiences through his storytelling. Wolf Saga also performs as a three piece band and is no stranger when it comes to performing on festival stages. He is currently working on a full length album while also maintaining a busy tour schedule focused on bringing his message to the masses.

Justin Maki

Justin Maki is a Pop/Easy-Listening Artist based out of London, ON. Justin aims to create music that is beautiful, groovy, and thoughtful, and to enrich the lives of those who listen. Since committing to his solo career in 2012, he has played over 500 shows, released 2 albums ("The Acoustic Diaries: Fight" and "Long Time Coming"), and has gone on 2 Cross Canada Tours. He has also won Western University's Battle of the Bands in 2015, as well as the campus wide Western Voice competition in 2016. Next on the docket: constant touring and world domination.
Website: www.justinmakimusic.ca