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Monday Special Blend
Monday November 16th, 2015 with Trish and Ka
Music from Jen Lane, Uncle Sean, James Leclaire, Slow Leaves, Basia Bulat, Emily Roberts, Samantha Martin, Loon Choir, The Folk and Saint Claire at The Blacksheep Inn, Wakefield, this Friday, Nov. 20th. Party bus is $10 return trip. The Royal Streets play The Rainbow Bistro Sat. Nov. 21st.
At Least I'm Not a Musician
Gregory Pepper & His Problems - Escape From Crystal Skull Mountain Canadian
Kay Hill
The Lonesome Ace Stringband - Old Time Canadian
Out of Line
Jenie Thai - Only The Moon Canadian
So Lovely
Jenie Thai - Only The Moon Canadian
Jen Lane - s/t

'Shoe’ was written during a long spell on crutches in the dead of a Saskatchewan winter,” recalls Lane. “My husband was on tour and I was stuck at home and watching way too much Orange Is The New Black. They refer to the solitary housing unit (SHU) as the “shoe” and I felt a little like I was in a shoe too, so I had some fun with it.”

Jen Lane, on tour from Saskatoon, playing Raw Sugar, Wed. Nov. 18th, 7 pm. with John Antoniuk
Put A Motor On It
Uncle Sean & The Shifty Drifters - Honky Tonk Heart Canadian
Making Good Time
James Leclaire and the Cable 22's - These Weights Canadian

Playing solo shows with Slow Leaves.
Everybody Wants to be in Love
Slow Leaves - s/t Canadian

Slow Leaves, singer-songwriter Grant Davidson from Winnipeg, plays The Branch in Kemptville on Thurs. Nov. 19th and plays Pressed on Friday, Nov. 20th. 8 pm, $8 at the door.

Also on the bill at Pressed are Uncle Sean and James Leclaire
Country of Ideas
Slow Leaves - s/t Canadian New
Straight To You
Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band - Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band Canadian New
Beulah Land
Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band - Ken Whiteley and the Beulah Band Canadian New
Gypsy Dancer
Irish Mythen - Irish Mythen Canadian New
Black Strap Sadie
Sarah Jane Scouten - The Cape Canadian

At 8:10 am we speak with:

Jessica Ruano @JessicaRuano
Ottawa-based Director, Producer, and Writer
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Marketing Director for TACTICS at Arts Court
UPCOMING: (off) Balance & feelers November 13-21, 2015
Dance meets theatre in this interdisciplinary double-bill
Tickets on sale now at

Naomi Tessler writes and performs a one-woman show off (Balance) about her experience with depression and how it led to spiritual enlightenment, and Amelia Griffin directs a dance/theatre piece feelers about street harassment and female objectification.

We're also doing talkbacks with SASC and other relevant speakers.
Basia Bulat - Good Advice Canadian New

Lead track to her upcoming Feb. 2016 new album.

Basia Bulat plays a Jazzfest Fundraiser show, Thursday, Nov. 19th, 6:30 pm at Library and Archives Canada.

The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival’s popular annual benefit concert returns for an 18th year to Library and Archives Canada November 19 for an evening of music and fun, highlighted by the rousing, emotional music of Toronto singer-songwriter Basia Bulat. The event will also feature a live auction with CBC Host Alan Neal, and will have a variety of exciting items up for bid including exclusive memorabilia from past Festival headliners, travel, adventure and spa packages, excursions, concert tickets and much more.
In The City
Emily Rockarts - s/t Canadian

Friday, Nov. 20th at 8 pm at Avant Garde, triple bill

Our very own Claude Munson

Emily Rockarts from Toronto
Mabvuku Tafara
Resolutionaries Marimba Band - Marimba Explosion Canadian

From Peterborough, a blend of hybrid Zimbabwean music
Resolutionaries Marimba Band - Marimba Explosion Canadian
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar - send the nightingale Canadian

Toronto’s Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar are in for an afternoon of soul-uplifting, goosebump-inducing dose of quality music. Charlottetown PEI-based roots troubadour Nudie opens the show.
Sunday, 4 to 7 pm at The Blacksheep Inn, Wakefield, $10 in advance
Interactive CKCU