Robshaw Live in Toronto this weekend

I’m very happy, and fortunate, to get the chance to play Music City North’s Soundtrack of the City Festival in Toronto this weekend.

The band and I will be performing on Friday the 29th at Lola (40, Kensington Avenue), and at El Mocambo (464, Spadina Avenue, upstairs) on Saturday the 30th.

And because I love making new friends and fans in Toronto, and because I’m definitely not one to let an opportunity run by, I’ll be playing an intimate, solo performance at Kops Records on Bloor (592 Bloor Street West) on Saturday afternoon.

See you very soon, Toronto!

Well #Toronto, it looks like you get the #sexy #corset! Catch me on Friday night at #Lola, Saturday pm at @kopsrecords and Saturday night at #ElMocambo. Can’t wait to play for you! http://ift.tt/1tXfylC

Well #Toronto, it looks like you get the #sexy #corset! Catch me on Friday night at #Lola, Saturday pm at @kopsrecords and Saturday night at #ElMocambo. Can’t wait to play for you! http://ift.tt/1tXfylC

Disposal

These days I think a lot about what’s disposable.
Lives, dreams, projects, people’s hearts.

Then I think about what makes me smile.

And I think about that for a very long time.

And I think about what’s disposable.

Robshaw Live at the Mascara & Popcorn Film Festival’s Black Carpet Event

It meant a lot to me when I got offered the opportunity to play the Mascara & Popcorn Film Festival’s Black Carpet event, aka their opening night.

I’m very proud of the alternative arts scene in Montreal, and all the more humbled to be a part of it. This circle is beautiful, and holds itself strong.

This very promising Black Carpet event is happening Thursday, August 14th, at Bistro de Paris. The doors open at 5pm, and Robshaw’s band is scheduled to play at 9pm. I was asked to play a spooky-sexy set, and I will kindly oblige.
For more information on the event, and the Mascara & Popcorn Film Festival, check out www.mascaraandpopcorn.com .

See you there, you’re in for a sexy scare!

Learn to Swim -The Thing About Disney Movies

The thing about Disney movies, and pretty much any cartoon aired between 1985 and 1992, is that they basically brainwashed my little girl brain into believing that someday, at some point in my life, I wouldn’t be alone anymore. I grew up with the concept that one day, I would find someone, or some people, who would be there for the ride.

Let’s go through this together, kind of thing. We’re in the same boat.

It is now, at 28 years old, that I find myself truly acknowledging that I need to completely let go of that misconception. For all beings live their own lives, and the concept to grasp, and hold, here, is that you are very much alone in your boat.

Where it sails it always a matter of choice. Your own. And if you choose to jump out, you better learn to swim.

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