Jacob Collier, the London-born musician, played a double set at History this week and, along with his talented band, absolutely killed it. When the lights went down and the stage lit up, the crowd roared for the staggeringly young Collier, who is undoubtedly a paragon of crowd entertainment. Collier bolted onto the tropically decorated stage, adorned with plants and stuffed reptiles, and in his miss-matched monkey socks, began harmonizing with the venue.
With great excitement, Collier continued to play a unique set of songs full of gusto and vigor, which Toronto loved so much that he played twice! Collier will continue to spread the mutual love for music with his “Djess” album as he carries on his worldwide tour.
You can purchase tickets to upcoming shows on his website!
Hi! My name is Maddie and I’m a lover of art and all things rock n’ roll based in Toronto, Canada. I am an artist, writer, photographer, and filmmaker, happily spending my time involved and working hard at each of my passions. When I’m not creating art or films for myself, I’m either listening to music or at local shows using my camera to document the many amazing Toronto artists playing music for crowds of all sizes. I am lucky to spend time shooting, creating videos and taking photos for so many good people playing good Canadian music