Tobin welcomes Ian McConell to the show. Ian is a musician who can be best described as Ed Sheeran meets Bo Burnham. Ian talks about his style of music, how he manages promoting his work on social media and what he would like to accomplish to close out 2022.
Nicole McCafferty and Armand Antony of Broadtree talk about their new song "You Only Miss Me Cause I'm Gone" and what they have been doing the past year
Tommy Siegel of Jukebox the Ghost hops on the podcast to talk about the new album "Cheers" , creating the band and how the pandemic allowed them to take their time with this album instead of feeling rushed.
Tobin chats with Canadian Curler, Shannon Birchard on her career in curling, her preferance in music and the upcoming season
Tobin chats with Adolph, Ben and Calvin of Telehope on their favorite Canadian snacks, their music and what there goals are for 2022 and beyond.
Nick Wheeler of All American Rejects talks about the band, looking at things differently at 40 and the grind of the music industry even today.
Brett Gallant and Jocelyn Peterman talk about their careers, the Olympics and joining new teams in this episode of Tobin Tonight. We also play a game with the soon to be newly weds, safe to say the marriage is still on.
Joel Cassady of Walk off the Earth discusses how he joined the band, the cross-over wave in which we are now currently in, the Junos and the passing of his mother and band mate Mike Taylor and the impact that left on his life.
Lily Vakili talks about her new album "Walking Sidways" , having a child with autism and why she also chose a career as being a lwayer.