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The Log Drive Café Presents An evening of Irish music with Fánaid

On Friday July 5 The Log Drive Café presents Fánaid, a traditional Irish trio from County Down in Northern Ireland. You’re invited to come out and experience the subtlety and nuance of Irish traditional music played on the timeless combination of fiddle and flute with unique backing provided by flamenco influenced guitar rhythms. Reflect on […]

Dustbowl Daddies – 10th Anniversary Dustbowlapalooza

Kick off the summer in musical style and marvel at the fact that the Dustbowl Daddies have managed to keep our mercurial egos in check long enough to outlast The Police and the Clash!!! Bonus factors: – As always, portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre – Thrilled to […]

Marvest: Terry McLeish sings about “the everyday dilemmas of everyday people”

Marvest is an offshoot of the CityFolk festival that runs between September 16th and 20th, at the Aberdeen Pavilion, and along Bank Street. These mostly free shows feature local artists, and we’ll be profiling some of those artists. Folk singer-songwriter Terry McLeish will be bringing his funny, lively performance to the upcoming CityFolk Marvest festival. McLeish got his […]

Gordon Lightfoot plays for packed crowd at Southam Hall

Upon the mention of the name Lightfoot, words like troubadour, singer/songwriter genius, and Canadian folk music legend come to mind…to name a few. But more, he has the ability to write songs that stick like glue. Completely memorable songs that have woven their way through our lives, with each one reminding us of a certain […]

Rae Spoon :: Un concert qu’on mange à la petite cuillère

Par Mariette Delevallée Transgenre, transunivers, transparence… tant de mots à la frontière, pour ce chanteur à la voix claire et au costume ouaté. Ne pensez pas que l’emploi du masculin polarise ici l’auteur, le faisant basculer du côté mâle. Rae Spoon est ce chanteur à qui l’usage du français m’oblige de désobéir parce que le […]