Doug Hempstead is known as the voice who guides the city through daily traffic on CBC Ottawa, but he is also a talented musician and the artist behind the local alternative/indie rock band Area Resident.
“One thing’s for sure, we feel like we’re playing better than we ever used to.”
TD Ottawa Winter Jazz Fest will unfold at Arts Court in 2020.
Hollerado said goodbye (well, kind of since they live around here) to their hometown crowd for the last time on their farewell tour.
Bluesfest has made an early announcement about the 2020 lineup.
Fans got to hear both newer tracks as well as a few rare cuts in a 20-song set.
UK via Toronto songwriter BANNERS will be playing The 27 Club.
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Joining City and Colour as support is Nigerian-born British singer-songwriter Jacob Banks, and B.C. based songwriter Ben Rogers, the first signing to Green’s Still Records.
Based on the book by author Roald Dahl, Matilda the Musical tells the story of a special and talented girl stuck in a world where she is unnoticed and unappreciated.
This is stadium stuff, so think about what this might be like in a small room at Arts Court. That this show still has tickets to sell is mind boggling.
While the Friday night Bronson Centre Music Theatre show has received most of the publicity as the “last Ottawa show,” those willing to make the drive out to Neat Coffee Shop in Burnstown on Sunday will get to see the band in an intimate venue, much closer to their 2007 roots.
Tickets are sold out, but watch social media for any potential late ticket releases.
Madeline Paiva: “Inon Barnatan is so talented and makes the performance look effortless. The piece itself is full of beautiful trills, and difficult timing.”
Their previous release, the double-single Illuminati Knights / Happy Birthday, was #5 on our Top Local Releases of 2018