February 18 @ 7:30 pm
Southern Ontario rock band reunites for a charity event to honor
the life of former lead singer and bassist, John Licari.
All proceeds go to SickKids Foundation.
VENUE / TICKETS: RiverRun Centre, 35 Woolwich Street Guelph / 519-763-3000
Ticket link: https://riverrun.ca/whats-on/dirty-yellow-cab/
DATE/TIME: Saturday February 18th, 2023 @ 7:30pm
Guelph, ONT – Members of Dirty Yellow Cab and Doeline reunite to pay tribute to former band
member and friend, John Licari, who died this past June after a three year battle with cancer.
John was a staple of the Southern Ontario music scene as well as the longtime organist and
music director for Sacred Heart Church in Guelph, since 1988. He was also one of the top
three automotive after-sales managers in the country working for Policaro Porsche for his last
Original band members, Johnny Cusinato and Jason Damaren along with new band
members Dave Huber, D’eve Archer and Attila Toth join together to form the new Dirty
Yellow Cab. The band will recreate the songs of the original band’s first studio album (formerly
Doeline) live as well as perform some never before released music.
The band will be joined by actor, director and television host, Frank Licari (John’s brother)
who will MC the event and perform a few songs with the band including an original song that
he wrote for his brother. Frank is currently guest starring opposite Jeremy Renner on the
Paramount Plus show, Mayor of Kingstown and was recently seen as Dean McFarlane on
the hit series, The Hardy Boys.
The evening will include a 90 minute concert filled with music, stories and multimedia
memories celebrating a man’s life that meant so much to so many.
The event is presented by Quite Frankly Entertainment and sponsored in part by Policaro
Porsche Oakville along with additional sponsorship by Royal City LePage, Jim Humes
Automotive, Guelph Guitar Repair, Manhattan’s Pizza, Trina Koster Photography and Salon