Charlotte Cardin played two back-to-back shows at the NAC this weekend, proving that she’s one of Canada’s biggest pop stars.
The Bronson Centre was filled with southern roots rock on June 4, with a concert by the Cory James Mitchell band and Blackberry Smoke.
Canada’s Walk of Fame singer-songwriter Serena Ryder hit the stage at The Rainbow Bistro this weekend.
Music has returned to Burnstown’s Neat Coffee Shop. Stephane Dubord spoke with Dear Rouge’s Drew McTaggart about touring and the band’s new album.
Sloan, Basia Bulat, Joel Plaskett, Bedouin Soundclash and more booked for Shed Sessions at Neat Coffee Shop
Neat Coffee Shop’s Shed Sessions hosts Sloan, Bedouin Soundclash, Basia Bulat, Joel Plaskett, and more great Canadian artists in upcoming concerts.
Everything is Angles (EIA) is a music project headed by long-time Ottawa-based producer Dean Watson. Queen of Sad is the second video single released by Everything Is Angles.
Tone Cluster is back—live and in person! For their first concert in over two years, Ottawa’s LGBTQIA2S+ choir Tone Cluster —quite a queer choir—is taking to the stage.
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The band’s packed tour schedule continues in Europe and the U.S. throughout the rest of 2022.
Kellylee Evans, Paragon Cause, LGS, Céleste Lévis, and Les Rats d’Swompe are each nominated in multiple categories.
Applications for the artist + artist manager incubator program are open until May 24, 2022.
The band’s set was a mixture of both Saint Asonia songs as well as several Three Days Grace songs, and the packed house at the Bronson Centre loved all of it.
I recently had the chance to do some promotional photos for local musician Chase Van Dusen, aka CHASE, in advance of his upcoming EP Compulsive. Chase has just released the first single from the EP, which consists of six songs recorded with JUNO Award-winning producer Siegfried Meier (Face to Face) and was mastered by five-time Grammy-nominated engineer Chris Athens (Coldplay, MGK, Drake). Van Dusen wrote all of the songs and performed all instruments and vocals except for drums, which were performed by Melvin Murray of Texas King. The first single, “Compulsive” is now available on all platforms, and the official lyric video is on YouTube.
Jazzfest is finally back in full force, live and in-person! The festival will take place at Confederation Park, the National Arts Centre, and Marion Dewar Plaza in front of Ottawa City Hall.