St. Albans Church
Shadowhand plays on March 10 at St. Alban’s Church with Heavy Medicine Band and Merganzer.
The Acorn performed Glory Hope Mountain to coincide with a 10th anniversary re-issue on Paper Bag Records.
For the critically-acclaimed album’s 10th anniversary, The Acorn will perform Glory Hope Mountain in its entirety on Saturday April 22 at St. Alban’s Church (454 King Edward). Win tickets to the show: see post for details.
Interview: Jade Bergeron takes Flying Hórses to Iceland and Banff before first hometown concert of the year
Flying Hórses will play at St. Alban’s Church for JUNOfest on Saturday, April 1.
On Friday February 3, Her Harbour will release a gorgeous sophomore album, Go Gently Into the Night, at the Gallery Recording Studio in a special showcase presented by Arboretum and E-Tron Records.
More than 60 artists will showcase at the MEGAPHONO festival, February 1–3.
Ottawa songwriter Trails will be performing at Arboretum Music Festival tonight, playing an 8:30pm show at St. Alban’s Church.
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.
Singer/songwriter Kelly Sloan, currently on tour in support of her third and latest studio album, Big Deal, is planning a duo-show CD launch, with the first in her hometown of Almonte, at the Old Town Hall on Friday, May 13, and the second in Ottawa at St. Alban’s Church on Saturday, May 14. Sloan, accomplished on […]
With so many Ontario Scene events this past Saturday, it must have been a tough choice for someone looking for an evening out, but for those who placed their bets on Matthew Barber and Jadea Kelly’s show the rewards were sweet. Not only did we get to hear these two songwriters on the same bill, […]
On Wednesday eve, Ottawa’s Bosveld will combine with Evening Hymns and Julie Dorion and the Wooden Stars to create a savory folk buffet sure to gratify a wide range of tastes. Grab your musical fork, your musical spoon, your musical toothpick, your musical… can-opener? Bosveld explains. Sandro Marcon: Describe the kind of restaurant that would have “Bosveld” on […]
Ottawa’s favourite nine-piece art pop band, The PepTides, is back with new tongue-in-cheek dance moves and songs for a new record called Love Question Mark being released May 3rd at St Alban’s Church. As we all live and love in complicated times, reading the latest extremes of cynicism and optimism available in the blogosphere, the […]