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Devin Cuddy is among the talent on the bill for The Cameron House’s anniversary party on Saturday. (Jen Squires)
Devin Cuddy is among the talent on the bill for The Cameron House’s anniversary party on Saturday. (Jen Squires)

Toronto’s Cameron House celebrating 35 years of musical residencies Add to ...

They call it The Cameron House, but the alt-country bohemia of the beery Queen Street West bar and music venue is more a home than a house. And it has been for 35 years, which is long enough to cover musical residencies of Jim Cuddy and Blue Rodeo in the 1980s and now Cuddy’s piano-playing offspring Devin Cuddy in the 2010s. The younger Cuddy is among the talent on the bill for the venue’s anniversary party on Saturday, a night for saluting legacy and wrapping oneself in camaraderie as comfortable as the red velvet drapes behind the iconic stage. Cameron House 35th Anniversary, Oct. 15, 9 p.m. $15 (available at venue only). 408 Queen St. W., 416-703-0811.

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