MUSICMusic Reviews

Buck 65 at Downsview Park – Canada Day 2011

Album: 20 Odd Years – Buck 65

mp3: Zombie Delight – 20 Odd Years

mp3: Paper Airplane (With Jenn Grant) – 20 Odd Years

buck 65 toronto concert photos

buck 65 toronto concert photos

buck 65 toronto concert photos

buck 65 toronto concert photos

buck 65 toronto concert photos Perhaps all this review needs is a quote from a teenage male in a blue Weezer t-shirt watching the performance, “He’s so east coast. Look at him, he just doesn’t give a f*%$.” Or perhaps inserting the title of Buck 65’s more well-known track, “Wicked and Weird” is enough of a review. Or really, if that isn’t enough why not take a look at the pictures of the smartly dressed performer decked out in a light blue/gray suit while rocking relaxed kicks and a baseball hat? With Buck 65 what you see is what you get. With the aid of his friend Marni lending her vocals to a handful of tracks, Buck 65 kicked off Downsview Park’s Canada Day celebration with his brand of rap-meets-rock-meets-folk-meets-spoken word music. With his borderline interpretive dances and kitschy lyrics his 45 minute set was certainly stop and stare affair that aptly warmed the crowd up for what was to come. More concert photos after the page jump!

buck 65 toronto concert photos Perhaps all this review needs is a quote from a teenage male in a blue Weezer t-shirt watching the performance, “He’s so east coast. Look at him, he just doesn’t give a f*%$.” Or perhaps inserting the title of Buck 65’s more well-known track, “Wicked and Weird” is enough of a review. Or really, if that isn’t enough why not take a look at the pictures of the smartly dressed performer decked out in a light blue/gray suit while rocking relaxed kicks and a baseball hat? With Buck 65 what you see is what you get. With the aid of his friend Marni lending her vocals to a handful of tracks, Buck 65 kicked off Downsview Park’s Canada Day celebration with his brand of rap-meets-rock-meets-folk-meets-spoken word music. With his borderline interpretive dances and kitschy lyrics his 45 minute set was certainly stop and stare affair that aptly warmed the crowd up for what was to come. More concert photos after the page jump!

buck 65 toronto concert photos Perhaps all this review needs is a quote from a teenage male in a blue Weezer t-shirt watching the performance, “He’s so east coast. Look at him, he just doesn’t give a f*%$.” Or perhaps inserting the title of Buck 65’s more well-known track, “Wicked and Weird” is enough of a review. Or really, if that isn’t enough why not take a look at the pictures of the smartly dressed performer decked out in a light blue/gray suit while rocking relaxed kicks and a baseball hat? With Buck 65 what you see is what you get. With the aid of his friend Marni lending her vocals to a handful of tracks, Buck 65 kicked off Downsview Park’s Canada Day celebration with his brand of rap-meets-rock-meets-folk-meets-spoken word music. With his borderline interpretive dances and kitschy lyrics his 45 minute set was certainly stop and stare affair that aptly warmed the crowd up for what was to come. More concert photos after the page jump!

buck 65 toronto concert photos Perhaps all this review needs is a quote from a teenage male in a blue Weezer t-shirt watching the performance, “He’s so east coast. Look at him, he just doesn’t give a f*%$.” Or perhaps inserting the title of Buck 65’s more well-known track, “Wicked and Weird” is enough of a review. Or really, if that isn’t enough why not take a look at the pictures of the smartly dressed performer decked out in a light blue/gray suit while rocking relaxed kicks and a baseball hat? With Buck 65 what you see is what you get. With the aid of his friend Marni lending her vocals to a handful of tracks, Buck 65 kicked off Downsview Park’s Canada Day celebration with his brand of rap-meets-rock-meets-folk-meets-spoken word music. With his borderline interpretive dances and kitschy lyrics his 45 minute set was certainly stop and stare affair that aptly warmed the crowd up for what was to come. More concert photos after the page jump!

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Chief Editor & Founder of Live in Limbo. Host & Producer of the Capsule Podcast. Sean is an award-winning photographer and Nikon Professional Services member. His work has appeared on the CBC, Pitchfork, and MUCH. He is an Academy Delegate at the JUNOs (CARAS) and has been involved in the Toronto music scene since 2005. He is also an endurance and CrossFit athlete. You should follow him on Twitter @SeanChin.