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Jazz in the Village

The S-Cafe offers an exciting jazz lineup on Friday nights. From blues to R&B, to jazz standards-with-a-twist, there is a genre for everyone. Scroll down to see our Featured Artists. From 9 to 11:30 PM (no cover).

Jenie Thai: September 6

Two-time Maple Blues Award nominee, Jenie Thai is a songwriter and pianist with an old-school soul and boogie-woogie style. Inspired by America’s great songwriters, she blends her love of classic R&B with a contemporary edge in tough but tender ballads and fiery house-rockers. Jenie’s sophomore album, Night on Fire, was released September 2018 with a sold-out show at Toronto’s Hugh’s Room Live. This concert was one of a number of successes she’s had in the last year — including standing ovation performances at Massey Hall and her debut at the Mariposa Folk Festival.


Hey Love: September 13

Hey Love is here to set the tone for your night on the town: sultry, vibrant and fun. The Hey Love trio features three of Toronto's top musicians, including Laurel Tubman on vocals, covering everything from Stevie Wonder and Bruno Mars to Nat King Cole and Feist. A mix of classic hits and modern music all with a jazz twist.


Lady Be Good: September 20

Lady Be Good is a Toronto-based band playing the best of jazz, r&b and pop for the best parties and venues in town. The group uses their jazz roots to breathe new life into some of your favourite modern songs. The trio is led by vocalist Kat Langdon Ward and features Ewen Farncombe on keys and George Chenery on bass. In addition to being one of the top-called bands in the city for private events, Lady Be Good is regularly featured in "Friday Night Jazz at Ripley's Aquarium."