Mike Daley Presents
Mike Daley Presents: The Life and Music of...
In this series of two lecture-concerts, renowned musicologist, music historian and musician Dr. Mike Daley presents the life and music of Two Great Jewish Songwriters: Bob Dylan &Leonard Cohen. Illustrating each talk with rare images and live renditions of classic songs like " "Blowin' In The Wind" and "Hallelujah," Mike entertains while he tells the fascinating life stories of these great artists.
About the Lecturer
Dr Mike Daley is a freelance popular music history lecturer around Toronto. He holds a PH.D. in musicology and has published widely on a variety of music subjects. Mike’s well-received lectures on the Beatles, Elvis, jazz, folk music and much more have gained him a strong following in the GTA. Mike is a guitarist and singer and has toured Canada, the United Statas and England and has recorded extensively in a variety of musical styles. He is currently writing a history of live music in the Yorkville Coffee House District of Toronto in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
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