Last night was Ottawa’s turn to bid farewell to the quintessential Canadian band.
Ottawa songwriter Trails will be performing at Arboretum Music Festival tonight, playing an 8:30pm show at St. Alban’s Church.
The trio was interviewed on this week’s episode of Apt613 Live, and they talked about mixing fun, power pop songs with important social commentary, their punk roots and influences, and why they’re looking forward to playing at Arboretum Festival this year.
Evening Hymns fans, be prepared to be unprepared. Bonnetta will be introducing the latest incarnation of the band, featuring Caylie Runciman (Boyhood) on drums and vocals and Phil Charbonneau (Scattered Clouds) on bass, keys and samples.
Jona Barr, aka Old Cabin, is a Canadian songwriter who, over the years, has left his home in Whitehorse to tour the country at length.
A discussion panel, “ALL AGES: facing ageism in music,” takes place Wednesday, August 17 at Bar Robo.
These folk-singer siblings have a natural affinity and harmony together.
The National Arts Centre recently named Heather Gibson Executive Director of NAC Presents, a highly successful Canadian music series going into its sixth season.
Aficionados of punk rock history will want to visit Zaphod’s this weekend to see Rough Francis, a band with deep and complex roots in the genre’s history by way of 1970’s proto-punk band, Death.
The event will feature a delicious menu of gourmet picnic food, “inspired by the San Antonio culinary scene,” in addition to the stacked lineup of 15 Mill Street beers.
Two-time JUNO nominees Sultans of String wrapped up the 2016 Chamberfringe series with a joyful concert featuring sitar master Anwar Khurshid.
A new series of DJ workshops aiming to inspire female musicians, Intersessions wants to combat the “good, for a girl” label that many are trying to break.
Julie Doiron plays Bar Robo this Wednesday August 3 at 8pm.
Enjoy dance, music, and tasty eats, and get colourful at Holi.
Alex Silas and The Subterraneans release party for Tunnels: Season One will be Saturday August 6 at Brigid’s Well.