Currently on a cross-Canada tour, Ria Mae appears October 15th at the National Arts Centre Studio—an intimate venue she has never played before—along with percussionist Chuck Bucket and bassist/keyboardist Chris Wong.
Line up your pumpkins, turkeys and cozy sweaters, folks, because it’s Weekend Roundup: Thanksgiving Edition! The city is brimming with harvest-related activities.
Ottawa’s Evensong Ensemble played its first public performance under the banner of “Open Heart Open Mind” on October 2 at MacKay United Church.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Livia Belcea showcases some of the bands that will be at House of Targ this weekend: Long Live The Goat, Moon Tan, Trunk, Hellbros, and Bloodshot Bill.
“When we were 20 and angry with the world, so were they, and when we all reached 50, we were still angry with the world, but on a much more personal level.”
We tackle the big questions: What’s in Jim Bryson’s flask? Where is Pedro the Panda?
Vinyl evangelist John Westhaver continues to carry the torch.
Concerts at the NAC are always special. Add to the fact that Hip lead singer Gord Downie is appearing, and spines start tingling.
Today is the first day of fall and, fingers crossed, this weekend’s weather may actually suit the season. With the arrival of the best season of the year (OK, I may be pushing my personal bias here), we’ve a great bunch of things on the roster, to celebrate. Festivals First off, the festivals. The Ottawa […]
Vance Joy made his return to Ottawa on Saturday one to remember, despite bad conditions beginning the night at CityFolk Fest.
Ithaca, New York’s quad squad, the X Ambassadors, brought their forces of electronic rock to close out Cityfolk’s main stage on Sunday night.
“Dance to forget where you’re goin’, dance to forget where you’ve been, dance to remember the earth beneath your feet, dance to feel this moment that you’re in.”
The pair will be playing songs from an album that collects classic train-themed songs, performed at train stations across the U.S.
Terry Steeves: “Having found a little covered spot to write in the downpour, I realized that some of the best shows I’d ever seen were in the rain… this had definitely been another.”
Alex Binkley: “Trio Grand-Duc is a relative newcomer to [the scene] but if their performance at MacKay United Church is any indication of their potential, the three young musicians have a brilliant future ahead.”