two-year hiatus on account of the pandemic, Toronto’s legendary
Grossman’s Tavern has announced its annual Amy Louie / Grossman’s Music
Scholarship and fundraiser event will return for 2022.
in memory of the late Amy Louie — a member of the family that has owned
Grossman’s Tavern since 1975 — the ALGMS is an artist development
bursary that provides two musicians or bands from the Greater Toronto
Area $2,000 and $1,000, respectively, to help with career development.
2022 Amy Louie / Grossman’s Music Scholarship fundraising event will
take place Tuesday, September 27th at Grossman’s Tavern, 379 Spadina
applications are officially open and can be received until September
16th, 2022 at 11:59pm EST. Successful candidates will be chosen by a
panel of judges that include members of the Louie family, music industry
professionals, and individuals with long-standing connections to
recipients of the Scholarship include The Big Butter and Egg Men, Mike
Nagoda, The Swingin’ Blackjacks, Dan McKinnon, Bad Luck Woman & Her
Misfortunes, Chloe Watkinson & Park Eddy, Jerome Godboo, and The
one of the longest-running live music venues and a stalwart within
Toronto’s vibrant and dynamic music scene, Grossman’s has long been
considered an incubator for an impressive roster of local artists who
got their start inside the Tavern, including the late Jeff Healey, the
Downchild Blues Band, Rough Trade, and more.