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MUST-SEE PERFORMANCES
Fri. Oct. 6
THE UNDESIRABLES WITH DALA
Live recording for CBC radio 
Hugh's Room
Dundas St. West, south of Bloor
Toronto
8:00 PM
*tickets going fast*
 
SEAN COTTON and the THURSDAY NIGHT BAND
Every Thursday 
Roc'n'Doc's
105 Lakeshore E. (west of Hurontario)
Port Credit, Ontario
10:30 p.m.
no cover
 
THE UNDESIRABLES
Every Tuesday 
Red Lion
Jarvis St. north of College St.
Toront, Ontario
8-11 p.m.
no cover
 
 
LIVE PERFORMANCES
Fri. Sept. 22
BY COINCIDENCE  
Top 40
The Unicorn
Eglington (between Yonge and Mount Pleasant)
Toronto
 
Sat. Sept. 23
CLAIRE JENKINS AVEC BAND
Wedding
Niagara on the Lake
 
Sun. Sept. 24
FUND-RAISER REVUE FEATURING THE UNDESIRABLES & OTHERS
Hugh's Room
Dundas West, south of Bloor
Toronto
 
 































TELEVISION & RADIO PERFORMANCES
 
CIUT RADIO
"BACK TO THE SUGAR SHACK"
THE UNDESIRABLES & DALA
Thurs. Sept. 5
6:00 p.m.
 
CBC RADIO
"SATURDAY NIGHT BLUES"
THE UNDESIRABLES
Date T.B.A.

 

RECORDINGS

Hot Tamales released their self-titled debut CD in July of 2006.  The CD was written and recorded in one month for the Toronto Beaches Jazz festival.  This Toronto based, New Orleans Party Band features Sean Cotton on guitar and lead vocals; Steve Klodt (Jeff Healey, Paul Reddick) on piano, organ, acordian & lead vocals; Jerome Tucker (Ivan Neville) on bass & lead vocals; Vince Maccarone (The Sidemen) on drums and Sean O'Connor on Sax.

Sean Cotton and the Thursday Night Band released their debut live album "THE LAST CALL CLUB" in March of 2006.  The 65 minute CD, recorded over two nights at Roc'n'Docs includes 8 Cotton original songs.  Amongst them are "Midway Lights", a co-write with Corin Raymond and "(Your love) Haunts Me to the Bone", a song co-written with Suzie McNeil.

The Undesirables, featuring Sean Cotton and Corin Raymond released their debut CD "SUMMER'S GONE" in 2004.  Recorded live-off-the floor, the disc showcases the songwriting duo in their purest form, one guitar and two voices.
 
Suzie McNeil's soon to be released debut CD will feature "Where Were You?", a song co-written between the albums producer Marti Frederickson and Suzie with Sean as co-lyricist.
 
Treasa Levasseur's debut CD "NOT A STRAIGHT LINE", released in March 2006 features Sean's electric lead guitar on several of the disc's tracks.  The CD also includes a Cotton/Raymond co-write, "Asking Me to Give You the Blues".
 
Corin Raymond's debut CD "RECORD LONESOME NIGHT" features Sean's backing vocals as well as his rhythm & lead acoustic guitar playing on several of the disc's tracks.  The CD also includes the Cotton/Raymond  co-writes, "Days Go By", "That Was Then This is You" and "One Fine Day".