The Toronto Punk community has always proven to be resilient. During unaccommodating times, how have they survived without live music?
arts from home
Page Street, a usually quiet place in Toronto just south of Bloor, was not so quiet on Saturday August 1, thanks to Dov Beck-Levine and his band Dov’s Scrambled Jazz Eggs. Beck-Levine and his six-piece band held a live performance outside of his family’s home. His friends and neighbours were able to enjoy the music after the musician decided it was safe to hold a show where audience members wore masks and were seated six feet apart. The performers also stayed six feet apart. The drummer was especially far away from the others: he was playing on the porch.