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GUEST,Rana Sentimental Song Contest (30) Sentimental Song Contest 02 May 01

Bit of an ad I suppose for the Ian Robb Memorial Sentimental Song Contest, sponsored by Mariposa to be held in Toronto at the Mariposa Night at the Flying Cloud. However, those who can't enter (or make it to Toronto) may wish to nominate their favourite sentimental songs here.

This event has been going on for a fair time and Ian Robb and the late David Parry were the judges. A good time is usually had by all.


Ian Robb Memorial Sentimental Song Contest
Sunday, May 13 - 8pm
presented by Mariposa @ the Cloud at the TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave, Toronto

We're sorry, we couldn't help it, its time! The Ian Robb Memorial Song Contest is back, ruining another perfectly good Sunday night. (And it's even Mother's Day!). Dust off your sickly sweet, your maudlin, your so-bad-it's-funny (we hope), or maybe even just your plain old sweetly sentimental songs and enter the contest. The previous winner, Charlie Cares, returns to sing his twisted take on "My Favourite Things" and brings along his bandmates in Heartwood - Alex Sinclair & Anne Lindsay to help him judge the best (and the worst) and sing a short introductory set. The grand prize is a bottle of single malt scotch & a box of Kleenex, presented by the MC, Tam Kearney. Believe it or not, contest spots usually go fast so don't forget to register with David Warren (416 781 3922)..

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