Tom Wilson Trio October 11 $70

Tom Wilson Trio October 11 $70

Regular price $70.00

October 11 2024 $70      8:00PM START 

Show Time is 8pm.

You can select "Ticket Only" which ensures you are on the guest list for the show only, you can arrive anytime after 7pm.  Alternatively you can use the drop down menu to select "Ticket with Dinner Reservation", this option secures a table for dinning that night and also ensures you are on the guest list for the show.  For dinner you are welcome anytime in between 530 and 645, if you are interested in the back end specials it is always wise to show up and 6 or before since they tend to sell out first.

We now present three types of shows, fully seated shows for those intimate evenings, partially seated shows (PSTO) and standing room only shows (STO).  See below for more information about the three different types of shows, there will be an indicator in the show title to highlight our partially seated and standing shows, our seated shows will have no indicator on them.


Our seated shows are not assigned seating, the benefit of joining us for dinner allows you to get first dibs on seating!  The seated shows will have no indicator in the title.


We have started to present Standing Room Only and Partially Seated shows as well.  Our standing room shows will be identified with "STO" in the event description, our partially seated shows will be identified with "PSTO" in the event description.   If you would like a seat for a partially seated show please email to let us know.






Tom Wilson

Canadian musician, songwriter, famed storyteller and visual artist. Wilson’s memoir, Beautiful Scars, published by Penguin/Random House has become a national bestseller.

In his memoir, Wilson reveals the impact of discovering his indigenous heritage. Musically, Wilson is best known for his work with Blackie & The Rodeo Kings and Lee Harvey Osmond, the latter receiving a 2020 Juno Award for the album Mohawk.

In 1989, Wilson became the founder of the popular rock band Junkhouse. The band quickly grew in popularity and in 1993 signed a recording contract with Sony Music Canada. Lead by Wilson, Junkhouse skyrocketed in the 90’s, producing three albums, Strays, Birthday Boy and Fuzz, before disbanding. The style and success of Junkhouse has been an inspiration to many young Hamilton artists. Wilson recorded his first solo album Planet Love (2001) for Sony Music. 

It was also during this time that Wilson starting dedicating more of his time and energy to his second passion, painting. 

I needed an outlet besides writing music and there is a great meditative bond I found between me and the canvas.” - Tom Wilson

His art show “Beautiful Scars: Mohawk Warriors, Hunters and Chiefs” premiered at the Art Gallery of Burlington and his work “The Mystic Highway” was  commissioned by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for a 30’ x 30’ reproduction legacy piece adorning John Street in Hamilton. The painting pays homage to the rich history of Hamilton musicians and performers from past.