Kellylee Evans, Paragon Cause, LGS, Céleste Lévis, and Les Rats d’Swompe are each nominated in multiple categories.
Voting is now open to the public for four Capital Music Award categories.
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Explore the best of 2021 from Ottawa’s singer-songwriters.
Lots of great new releases this week, including Juno winner Kellylee Evans making her return from a six-year hiatus with a brand-new EP entitled Greenlight. We also caught up on a couple of tracks we missed from earlier this month.
See the holiday concerts Apt613 contributors look forward to most.
Renowned vocalists Holly Cole, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson headline the 2022 Winter Jazz Fest
Winter Jazz Fest will cover two weekends instead of one.
The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is back with a series of six shows just in time for the holidays. As the name would suggest, generally the festival’s shows take place in small venues in rural Eastern Ontario, and this time they’ll visit Burritts Rapids, Athens, Pakenham, Chaffey’s Lock, Tweed, Westmeath, and… the National Arts Centre!
Today, when she’s not performing, Kellylee teaches and speaks about her journey to recovery by sharing her inspiring story.
Whether you’re fitting in some shopping or enjoy the sights, this weekend has plenty of fun holiday options.
In the midst of this seemingly endless storm of fear, loneliness, and pain, music can serve as a vehicle of consolation, connection, and healing. With live performances on pause, many music festivals like Music & Beyond have shifted their 2020 programming online. In partnership with the Canadian Museum of Nature, they present Music & Nature, a series of virtual performances that embody or are inspired by nature.
You can tell that singer Kellylee Evans has a sense of humour. Her Twitter profile says that she is “powered by lightning.” This refers to one of two career-pausing incidents. In 2013, following the release of her album I Remember When, Kellylee was struck by lightning while in her Ottawa kitchen. This took its toll […]
It is the first official full weekend of summer, even though it may seem like we’ve been sweaty for eight weeks already
Jazzfest’s TENACITY series of 12 livestream shows restores this year’s festival—06.19.20 to 06.28.20
TENACITY is a free online music series hosted by the Ottawa Jazz Festival.
This Saturday, Kellylee Evans will be serenading her devoted Ottawa fans with a combination of Christmas classics, new holiday standards and a couple of her own creations.