See the shows Apt613 contributors look forward to most in Ottawa-Gatineau!
An interview with The Glorious Sons (9:30pm headliners) and roundup of the unmissable shows on Day 3 of Bluesfest.
A staggered schedule, the close concentration of venues, and short set-times are meant to make seeing bands easy. MEGAPHONO unfolds from February 7–9, 2019.
The 8th annual Winter Jazzfest is happening at La Nouvelle Scène from February 7–9, 2019.
The local soul-pop supergroup is performing at Irene’s Pub on Friday, January 18.
They are a Broadway musical on acid.
A highlight of the recently-announced Jazzfest lineup, Ottawa’s biggest soul-pop band are treating us to a new video.
More artists have been added to the series which already counts Gabrielle Shonk, Rebecca Noelle, Rose Cousins, and Randy Bachman among other well-known names and emerging artists booked to perform in the weeks and months ahead.
Winter Jazzfest is returning to La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins for 12 shows from February 8–10.
Head to the NAC Fourth Stage every Friday for upbeat shows and casual vibes.
Day 4 at Bluesfest saw all four acts on the day at the City Stage having women on lead vocals. CMA’s Group of the Year award winners High Valley threw a party for country music fans while Yonatan Gat performed as the headliner on the Bluesville stage.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, May 15 at 10am.
Busty & The Bass, Rebecca Noelle, The Souljazz Orchestra, Riishi Von Rex, and Pony Girl are among the recent additions.
We talk with the ultra-talented Yellowknife-born and Vancouver-based R&B soul singer Warren Dean Flandez. He’s received a JUNO Award nomination for his album Eternally Grateful.
On this week’s podcast we talk to Heather Moore, the Producer and Executive Director of the National Art Centre’s enormous Canada Scene Festival.