Celebrate a Nova Scotian tradition on Argyle!
Back by popular demand, The Argyle Street Kitchen Party offers an authentically Nova Scotian experience. Hosted by a stunning cast of East Coasters: Celia Koughan, Karen Lizotte, Malia Rogers, and award-winning musician Ian Sherwood, featuring special guests from the local music scene, this ceilidh is an all-around good time.
Full of singing, dancing and fun, it’s the perfect opportunity to grab your friends, bring your family, raise a glass and share a laugh or two!
With over a decade of experience in the music industry at 24 years old, T. Thomason is a force to be reckoned with in the Canadian music scene.
Thomason has garnered multiple ECMA and Music Nova Scotia nominations, placements on Degrassi, songwriting awards and recognition as one of Canada’s Top 25 Under 25 by CBC Music. T. has shared bills with Gord Downie, Carly Rae Jepsen, Collective Soul, The Trews, Fefe Dobson, Dragonette, and Joel Plaskett, to name a few. Thomason was named Casino Nova Scotia’s Artist in Residence for 2018, and nominated for Entertainer of the Year at the 2018 Music Nova Scotia Awards.
2015 and early 2016, T. took personal time off to hone his musical direction and develop his EP, “sweet baby”, with producer Dave Henriques (Justin Nozuka / Iskwé). The EP garnered him a nomination for Rock Recording of the Year at the 2017 Nova Scotia Music Awards.
In November 2017, T. and Dave embarked on a new collaborative journey developing the pop/electronic sound of Thomason’s next full length record. His two singles “Bliss” and “Loser” from his upcoming album release have earned over 190k streams.
In February, 2019, T. appeared as one of 5 artists on an episode of CTV’s hit music-reality show “The Launch”, alongside mentors Scott Borchetta, Marie-Mai, and Sarah McLachlan. His song “HOPE” was launched from the episode, with his own songwriting spin on the track, and produced by Alex Hope (Troye Sivan, Tove Lo, Missy Higgins). “HOPE” reached #4 on the iTunes Pop charts and #11 overall, gaining over 100k streams in the first 2 weeks of release. “HOPE” entered Top 40 radio across Canada at #31 and takes us further into T.’s new pop sound that is bound to leave listeners wanting more.