Songs from the Hammer - Poster

Songs from the Hammer

Producer: Nathan Fleet
Director: Paul Gardner
Genre: Entertainment

Songs From The Hammer takes you through the streets of Hamilton, Ontario's "Steel City" city using music, and stories, as the vehicle. In a city already rich with a musical heritage, this show focuses on 14 diverse musicians who have, and are, forging their own path in The Hammer.

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