Long Night with Vish Khanna TV Tapings, Jan 30 to Feb 1
Vish Khanna has been hosting his Long Night with Vish Khanna at Long Winter events in Toronto for several years. Now he and the show are making the leap to TV and you can watch the first talk show episodes tape live, with very special guests, in The Great Hall’s Longboat Hall, for three consecutive nights from January 30 to February 1, 2017.
Produced in conjunction with Fibe TV1, Long Winter and Vish Khanna‘s own Kreative Kontrol, the episodes will screen on the on-demand TV service and YouTube. Two tapings a night are scheduled. Here are their themes and guest lists:
Monday, January 30 will see the question Is rock music dead? discussed by Carl Wilson, Shad and Weaves’ Jasmyn Burke, followed by a late show asking Do women thrive in the music biz? featuring Denise Donlon, Fucked Up’s Sandy Miranda and Hooded Fang’s April Aliermo.
The Tuesday, January 31 early episode is titled The Sadies in conversation and performance, with The Sadies, obviously, followed by an examination of How do our voices work? with Bad Singer author Tim Falconer, voice coach Micah Barnes, Fucked Up‘s Damian Abraham and Casey Mecija.
To close things out, Wednesday, February 1 will host the tapings of Why have indie-rock and indie gaming fallen in love? with Mare Sheppard, Raigan Burns and Shaun Hatton of Laser Destroyer Team/Magashaun, then Are we too desperate to be famous? with Nirvanna the Band the Show and Anne T. Donahue.
Watch the teaser video for the Long Night tapings, right here, now.
Admission to each taping is FREE and guests are welcome to come early and stay for both shows.
Tickets are required for Long Night TV tapings and can be downloaded online from the following links:
Monday, January 30: Doors at 7 pm, first taping 8:00 pm
Tuesday, January 31: Doors at 6:30 pm, first taping at 7:30 pm
Wednesday, February 1: Doors at 7 pm, first taping 8:00 pm
Entrance to The Great Hall’s Longboat Hall is located on the corner of 1087 Queen St. W and Dovercourt Rd.
*Please do laugh and clap but don’t talk during the talk shows. They are being filmed for TV! Get here early to ensure you can be seated.