Erez Zobary w/ Emma Jayne

May 14th, 2022 7pm   Stage 2


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Erez Zobary


Toronto-based R&B/pop artist Erez Zobary has a timeless voice, in more ways than one. Raised on Stevie Wonder and Amy Winehouse, Erez’s sultry vocals and catchy pop melodies echo the sounds and styles of her youth. Lyrically she is raw and uninhibited, writing openly about universal, yet highly personal, feelings of self-worth, uncertainty, and vulnerability. Combined with a down-to-earth sense of humor and natural charisma, which she displays online and onstage, Erez engages with a growing fanbase who resonate deeply with her message of empowerment, and find joy and connectivity in the community she has fostered. On her upcoming album, Erez Zobary is joined by some of Toronto's most talented up-and-coming musicians (Jon Catanus, Caleb Klager, Patrick Smith, Adam Eisen, David Lipson), bringing to life a deeply soulful body of work, infused with elements of R&B, hip-hop, and jazz.

Emma Jayne


Emma Jayne is an Emmy nominated composer, singer-songwriter, and comedian living in New York City. Her songs have appeared everywhere, from Coca Cola commercials to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she won his “Battle of the Instant Songwriters.” For lovers of Carole King, Sara Bareilles, and laughing until you cry, her music has an Adult Contemporary sensibility with Pop-Soul listenability. When she’s not making music, she’s a teaching artist at The Future Perfect Project, creating media and programs to uplift the next generation of queer youth.

“Singer, songwriter Emma Jayne is a literal ball of queer sunshine. Her soulful tone and playfully catchy lyrics make you feel good, even when she’s singing about some really tough stuff.” - PRIDE

“Aside from being helplessly catchy, [Emma] Jayne’s second release from her new album is a bright-eyed exuberance of confidence and offers much-needed sunshine.” - VANYALAND

“Emma Jayne is your new favorite Gay Jewish Folk Pop singer…Jayne has carved a space of her own.” - ALMA

“‘Morning,’ incorporates a balance of candor and desire that she always seems to carry herself with.” - THE THIRLBY