August 18 – Lindsay Fair – Old Mill Park, Lindsay, ON

June 14, 2012 in Past Shows

Saturday, August 18

Lindsay, Ontario

12:00 – 2:00pm: The Shananigans
3:00pm – 5:00pm: The Daniel Mager Band
5:15pm – 7:45pm: Little Creatures
8:00pm – 11:00pm: Acoustica

This year the fun has moved to the Old Mill Park on the
riverfront so you can stroll, drive or boat (free daytime docking)
to the festival!

Good times all weekend long.
Magical Midways – rides, games and carnival foods, beer garden and vendors

Find it here – Google Maps


The Music Starts

April 30, 2012 in Video

Preview of the song – “When the Music Starts
Filmed at the Pocket Studios and The Drake Hotel, Toronto, ON Canada

June 14 – The Painted Lady – Toronto, ON

April 20, 2012 in Past Shows

We are performing in Toronto at “The Painted Lady” (218 Ossington Ave.)  Thursday June 14th at 9 Pm. Show hosting by nxne Music Festival.
218 Ossington Ave.


February 19, 2012 in Video

Behind the scenes during the recording of Rainfall at the Pocket Studios, Toronto, Ontario


February 19, 2012 in Video

Behind the scenes during the recording of Little Creatures new album – Blowing Out The Ghosts. Pocket Studios, Toronto, Ontario

International Pop Overthrow

October 10, 2011 in Past Shows

Catch Little Creatures live at the Rivoli in Toronto – November 9th

International Pop Overthrow

Little Creatures Television Debut

October 10, 2011 in News

Little Creatures (formerly Calling Wendy) will make their television debut on Monday, October 24th.

Catch the show – What’s In A Name on History Television.

Special guests include legendary guitarist Randy Bachman (The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive) and Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace).

History Television – What’s In A Name

Here is the idea behind the show.

We meet a Toronto rock band that is trying to make a name for itself—quite literally. They already have a name—Calling Wendy—but no one has called, so with a brand new sound, they need a catchy name to match. To help them choose a name that rocks, they look to the past; from the wildly successful (The Beatles) to the quirky (Barenaked Ladies) to the completely out there (Flock of Seagulls), rock band names have helped establish a band’s identity. Our musicians get advice from legendary musician Randy Bachman (The Guess Who, Bachman Turner Overdrive), Mike Turner (formerly of Our Lady Peace), and entertainment lawyer Zach Werner, who knows a thing or two about what works in the music biz. Rock and roll may claim to be counter-culture, but let’s face it, every band wants a name that will get them fame.

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