D’Arcy Wickham hosts Open Stage Mondays
February 25 /7:30 pm February 26 /12:00 am
Every Monday, all artists are welcomed to sign up and share their songs, poetry, prose or comedy act on Toronto’s longest-running open stage; local artists, or those visiting Toronto are encouraged to attend. Here are some of the artists who started their careers at the Free Times open stage: Jason Fowler, Jory Nash, Kat Goldman, Ron Sexsmith, Emm Gryner, Laura Fernandez, Sarah Slean, Noah Zacharin, The Lemon Bucket Orkestra.
D’Arcy Wickham is a Canadian singer/songwriter whose proficient finger-picked acoustic guitar style has been recognized as one of the best in the country. His deep musical roots have led him to work as a guitar instructor for over three decades, but it wasn’t until 2000 that he’d release “Dust and Loneliness,” his first solo recording. That track, as well as subsequent contributions to his catalog, illustrated Wickham’s impressive knowledge of the inner-workings of folk and blues history that has made him a popular figure amongst Canadian music listeners who favor traditional genres and straight-forward songwriting. Wickham has earned an impressive amount of accolades and awards throughout Canada to complement his illustrious career.