Porter played in Tampa for the 2017 season, but is back in Ottawa for a second stint, having played here in 2016. He credits his relationship with GM and former teammate Julian de Guzman with bringing him back.
Jeremy Fisher is aiming for a new audience. With 12 songs inspired by his two year old daughter, he released his debut children’s album Highway to Spell this spring.
They’ll be in Ottawa on March 29th at House of TARG.
On this week’s podcast, we chat with Eugster and Battersby about their experiences in the industry and what draws them to children’s literature.
This week on the show, we’re chatting with Carl Haworth, longtime member of Ottawa Fury FC, who was recently named team captain for the upcoming USL season.
This week, we’re chatting with Camille Poliquin, of the Polaris Prize-nominated duo Milk & Bone. They’ll be hitting the 27 Club on March 2nd.
This week on the podcast we chat with comedian Steve Patterson, host of CBC Radio One’s long-running hit show The Debaters. For those unfamiliar with The Debaters, the CBC program features prepared debates between some of Canada’s best standup comedians, concerning such important topics as “Pie vs. Cake,” or the merits of having an attractive […]
Ezra Jordan performs at Cafe Dekcuf on Friday, February 2
Heavy Bell’s concept album, By Grand Central Station, takes its name and inspiration from Ottawa-born writer Elizabeth Smart’s acclaimed 1945 prose-poetry book, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept.
This week, we’re talking with local musicians Adam Tremblett and Jacob McSheffrey. Together, with drummer Bryant McNamara, they form the instrumental prog-metal trio The Dead Centuries.
He’s is hoping to run 70–90km per day and finish at the border between Namibia and Angola.
At this time, Radmore is 1 of only 16 westerners to ever be granted such access.
Tourigny and the 67’s take on Gatineau Olympiques in outdoor game at TD Place on Sunday, December 17.
This week we’re talking with Lido Pimienta about how we can make concerts safer for everyone. She’ll be at the Bronson Centre on December 9th as part of the New Constellations: Nation(s)wide Tour of Music & Arts.
On this week’s podcast we talk with Brian Greenway, the Hawkesbury native who is a guitarist and vocalist for Canadian rock pioneers April Wine.