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January 06, 2010



Motley Crue plays ACC Feb Norah Jones plays Massey Hall March 23. Daughter of Ravi Shankar.Also On Paul McCartney's bday June 18, master flutist Ian Anderson and his band Jethro Tull plays Molson amphitheatre.In 2008 Tull and Anoushka Shankar did a tour of India called"The piper and the princess".
Here's a youtube


Many more concerts added to this year's action. First and foremost is AR Rahman's Jai Ho on June 20 at ACC. The grapevine has it that with highest tix at $200 and lowest at $50, they ain't gonna fill up the place, unless of course AR Rahman brings in the non- South Asian crowd.Might end up being another "Unforgettable" tour where number of attendees are concerned.


Then of course there is Santana with Steve Winwood at Molson Amphitheatre. Also Scorpions on their reportedly 'farewell' tour at Molson Amphitheater. Bon Jovi at Rogers on July 20+21. And of course on Sep 15 Roger Waters brings his Wall tour to town. That will be super maha!I saw his Dark Side of the Moon tour in 2006 at ACC- like too far out!And I already mentioned Simon and Garfunkel in May elsewhere.What a year for concerts!

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