Ron Sexsmith is performing live tonight as part of the Ottawa Winter Jazzfest. His concert, taped behind closed doors at Arts Court Theatre, will be broadcast via YouTube on Saturday, March 6 at 8:30pm.
It seems like March has stumbled in like a lamb despite the cold temperatures, and while I have no real idea what that means, I do know that we are just one week closer to real Spring.
With news that lockdown restrictions are easing slightly in Ottawa, organizers of Winter Jazzfest have announced their new festival dates are March 4–6, with a series of top-notch jazz concerts streamed for free.
Organizers of the Ottawa Winter Jazz Fest announced their 2021 lineup.
With her single “I’m Your Garden” newly released, Krista Hartman tells us about her pre-lockdown days, her new release, and what she’s been listening to during lockdown.
This week on the podcast, we’re highlighting two very different musicians who will be performing at the National Arts Centre.
Songwriter extraordinaire Ron Sexsmith is at the National Arts Centre for an evening of his latest album, The Last Rider, featuring songs from his second album, Other Songs, which is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary.
Ron Sexsmith performs at the NAC Theatre (1 Elgin St) on Saturday April 29, and will be joined by special guest Lori Cullen.
Canadian recording artist and multi-Juno Award winner, Ron Sexsmith, along with his supreme 4-piece band gave a captivating performance in front of a near sold out crowd inside the marvellously warm acoustics of Ottawa’s NAC Theatre this past Saturday night as part of Ontario Scene. The show marked the final stop on this leg of […]
When you listen to the music of Canadian artist and multi-Juno Award winner, Ron Sexsmith, be prepared to slow down your life for a moment, and slip into a world of easy-paced melodies and earnestly written songs you‘ll find yourself quickly identifying with. He’ll lead you down a private path that lives inside us all, […]
Under a threatening September sky, a large crowd began flocking around the Ravenlaw Stage on this first night of Ottawa’s Folkfest in anticipation of a band who, by the 1990‘s, had seriously shaken up the music scene. Blues Traveler, originally a quartet made up of Brendan Hill on drums, Bobby Sheehan on bass, Chan Kinchla […]
[youtube width=”600″ height=”450″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQfbw6e2Yz4[/youtube] Good thing this weekend has the longest days of the year – with so much happening, you’ll need those extra hours of sunshine to pack it all in! If you’re down at the Fringe Festival, be sure to stop by the courtyard to say hi – we’ll be reviewing all of the […]