Loon Choir (nine piece Ottawa indie rock) and Aaron Cockburn (avant folk) are bringing their original sounds to Irene’s for what is sure to be a night of wintry song and dance.
The local soul-pop supergroup is performing at Irene’s Pub on Friday, January 18.
It’s the first weekend of 2019, so Happy New Year friends! I hope your holidays were fulfilling and peaceful, however you chose to spend them. For many of us, getting back into the Monday to Friday grind is a struggle, so have no fear – the weekend is already here! Whether you are taking on the fresh year with gusto and looking to jam pack your weekend with cool things, or just needing to get out of the house between naps and laundry, we’ve got you covered.
Ottawa based artist Drew Bernard will be having a solo show at the quaint and charming Irene’s Pub in the Glebe from December 3 to January 5. The vernissage is Monday, December 3.
Mauno are performing at Irene’s on Friday, November 23.
GOOD2GO – With influences ranging from The Rolling Stones to Blondie and The Ramones , GOOD2GO kicks out the jams at full throttle and always has a blast doing so! Fronted by the dynamic Miss Maureen on vocals, the band whips up a rock ’n’ roll juggernaut that is both mischievous and captivating. GOOD2GO is […]
Believe it or not, we’ve made it. Spring has sprung in Ottawa, and one thing is certain: there will be tulips.
Did you know about Ottawa’s funny af improv comedy scene?
Terry Steeves: “He dished it out in spades… and we loved it all.”
JAD performs two sets on Saturday September 16. First at Aroma Espresso Bar (200 Marché Way) from 2–2:30pm and then at Irene’s Pub (885 Bank St) from 3–3:30pm.
After a week of crazy weather (snow in May?!), we’re in need of some sunshine. Keep your fingers crossed and enjoy all that Ottawa has to offer this weekend!
A lucky reader will win 2 tickets to the JUNO broadcast, return transportation to the Canadian Tire Centre, 2 JUNOfest wristbands, a Steam Whistle Retro Cooler, t-shirt and hat.
More than 60 artists will showcase at the MEGAPHONO festival, February 1–3.
“Dance to forget where you’re goin’, dance to forget where you’ve been, dance to remember the earth beneath your feet, dance to feel this moment that you’re in.”
Local artists, The Jesse Greene Band, shook up a packed house at Irene’s Pub on Friday night, with their highly charged brand of rockin’ powerhouse blues. Now changed from a 5-piece down to a 4-piece, Jesse Greene tells me about the new band configuration: “At first, I had gotten used to playing with another guitarist, […]