Melissa Etheridge rocks CMW 2017!
Melissa Etheridge’s fire was felt at The Danforth Music Hall on April 22nd, 2017 as part of Canadian Music Week in downtown Toronto.
Etheridge brought it all out on stage to a sold out Toronto crowd. Etheridge was a main act for this years Canadian Music Week and she didn’t disappoint anyone who attended the Saturday night show.
Playing her biggest hits, including “Come To My Window”, “I Want To Come Over”, “I’m The Only One” and “Like The Way I Do/If I Wanted To”. She had the crowd on their feet the entire show.
Etheridge came through Toronto in support of CMW and her tour that has her on the road up until later this year. Etheridge will be back in Ontario in July with the support of Ottawa Blues Fest to rock the Canadian capital city.
Etheridge’s performance at The Danforth Music Hall was easily one of the best performances at Canadian Music Week. The sheer musicianship that her band and herself posses was unbelievable.
The Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter proved she can still rock a sold out venue, and that she hasn’t missed a single beat. Her powerful voice can still be felt through every word the audience hangs onto.
Sporting her signature twelve string ovation on Saturday night, Etheridge encapsulated the audience with her almost 30 year career and a storied catalog of music.
Etheridge was just one of the many great artists to play Canadian Music Week this year. Artists such as The Strumbellas, The Dandy Warhols, Charlotte Day Wilson and High Valley also took to the stage during Canadian Music Week.
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