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Are you John Bonham? If yes, then come play a show in Kitchener with this "SLEAZY" band. If no, bugger off.
Are you a bassist or drummer who's tired of the same old Sunday services? This youth pastor wants to play some sick jamz wit u.
People use the term "dad rock" as a pejorative term, but hey, we'll give this ad points for its honesty.
DJENT DJENT. DJENT DJENT. DJENT. DJENT. SQUEE.
Drake lookalikes on Kijiji, here's an opportunity you can't turn down.
Are you Eddie Vedder? If so, send a "camera phone" video to prove it.
Whoa, there's a Headstones tribute band in Ontario? We're willing to bet that if they begged Hugh Dillon hard enough, he'd join.
This guy almost played the Horseshoe in 1992, and has been dreaming about it ever since. Help this man live out his dream.
It's not a band, but here's a free book written by Holly Cole's drummer about how to be a successful musician. At that price, who could say no?
Seeking: Guitarists with bells and whistles. Jobbers need not apply, meaning Barry Horowitz need not apply.
Mad EDM scientists
Are you a mad EDM scientist? Yes? Well, you're in luck. Here's a gig that pays, uh, nothing for your skills.
Whoa, a tiny band playing tiny instruments who can fit in tiny spaces? In Mississauga? We approve.
Forget Tim Horton's or the Tragically Hip or street hockey. Wanna be the ultimate Canadian? Play fiddle in a Group of Seven-themed band.
For cubicle dwellers like us, Craigslist offers endless entertainment: From titillating festival missed connections to endless join-my-band opportunities to ads for Deadmau5’s Purrari, the classifieds site has a knack for bringing us closer to our city, one casual encounter at a time. But what of Craiggers’ biggest competitor, Kijiji? The eBay-owned site has its eyes set on dislodging Craig from his throne, and in certain places in Canada—Calgary, Halifax, the ‘burbs of Toronto—they’ve succeeded. So, we trawled the depths of Kijiji to find a few bands we want you to join—including a bite-sized trio, an act destined for the Horseshoe, and Toronto’s eminent dad rock band.