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Live from outside your home — are you ready to pay local musicians to come to your door?

Ontario musicians and music lovers have figured out a creative way to get local, live music in front of the people who love it. Can't get to local venues due to COVID-19 closures? Just order a performance, with food and drinks, right to your door.

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Live from outside your home — are you ready to pay local musicians to come to your door?

CBC News Hamilton

2 months ago
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Ontario musicians and music lovers have figured out a creative way to get local, live music in front of the people who love it. Can't get to local venues due to COVID-19 closures? Just order a performance, with food and drinks, right to your door. 21:07

Ontario musicians and music lovers have figured out a creative way to get local, live music in front of the people who love it. Can't get to local venues due to COVID-19 closures? Just order a performance, with food and drinks, right to your door.

Tom Lucier (left), owner of Phog Lounge, and Hamilton musician Lindy Vopnfjord join us live at noon on Friday Feb. 19, 2021. (Submitted by Tom Lucier/JenSquires)

Friday at noon we'll talk with Lindy Vopnfjord, a Hamilton musician who'll play a series of mini performances outside Hamilton homes and Tom Lucier, the owner of Windsor music venues Phog Lounge and The Rondo. Lucier came up with the concept.

CBC's Conrad Collaco interviews Lucier and  Vopnfjord live at noon on Friday. You can watch live on this page. 

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