Stephane DubordMusic Writer
Growing up in a musical family, Steph always wanted to get involved, but not having the patience to become proficient at an instrument, he took up writing instead. Growing up amidst the CanCon golden age of the 80s and 90s, his passion for Canadian music continues to this day, as he is constantly exploring our great country's soundscapes
The Tea Party plays the first of two shows in Ottawa on March 25. A handful of floor tickets were released recently. They return April 9.
With a capacity of slightly below one hundred inside the rustic former schoolhouse, concertgoers are in for a unique evening.
Mother Mother will be playing a sold out show at the Algonquin Commons Theatre on Thursday. Said The Whale is opening.
Blue Rodeo will be performing in Southam Hall on Saturday Feb. 23 and Sunday Feb. 24, with Erin Costello opening the shows at 8pm.
Gowan will be ending the 21-year dry spell and making a return to an Ottawa stage on Wednesday, February 20 at the Shenkman Arts Centre (245 Centrum Blvd.) for a sold out performance.
Arkells will be performing at the Canadian Tire Centre on February 15.
Dear Rouge play at the Ottawa Ice Dragon Boat Festival as part of the free concert series February 8 and 9.
Barney Bentall’s career has been through some twists, and we caught up with him to chat about it all before his sold out show this week.
Birds of Bellwoods bring their brand of indie-folk to Neat Cafe in Burnstown on Saturday, December 8, 2018