Our Lady Peace headlined Day 2 of CityFolk for the largest crowd of this year’s festival, so far.
Apt613 chatted with Kevin Young, keyboardist and founding member of the festival co-headliners Moist, to catch up on what the band has been up to on how they have worked around the pandemic, and the creative process for their latest upcoming album.
While it seemed unlikely just a few months ago, Ottawa will actually be hosting live music festivals in 2021, starting with this weekend’s CityFolk. This somewhat abbreviated edition will feature a single stage over three evenings, and while it may not have similar quantity to previous years, it certainly is bringing headline quality performers.
Longtime fans of the band will be excited to know the setlist includes a complete performance of Moist’s debut album, Silver, including hits the band had never played live before this tour.
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Moist is a Canadian alternative rock band that formed in Vancouver, B.C. in 1992. They released their first album, Silver (1994), which was noted for its hits, “Silver”, “Believe Me” and their very signature song, “Push”. They released two more albums, Creature (1996), Mercedes 5 and Dime (1999) and a compilation DVD, Machine Punch-Through: The […]
Fresh off a tour with the recently reunited Moist and looking forward to a stint in the studio with the band to finish up their first album since 1999, David Usher played what may be his last solo show for some time to a packed audience at the Shenkman Arts Centre on Friday. A familiar […]