The Barrel Boys - Early On
Hillsburn - s/t
|https://youtu.be/9Ls1KLPgZHI?t=5s YT 3:10
|Hung Me Dry|
Kaleigh Watts - Hung Me Dry
This is Kaleigh's second recording. It was released Sunday, May 21st at Live! on Elgin.
|Brendan calls in to give us an update and takes us all on a wondrous and relaxing trip to the salt water float tank experience he has been enjoying lately.
Looking forward to a possible June 1st opening for Schrodinger's in Toronto, the most expensive art gallery in the world.
|All Star People|
Neil Cicierega - s/t
|Walk This Road|
Jasper Bridge - s/t live in the studio
|World Radio Premier of a new Jasper Bridge song!
The inaugural show of Jasper Bridge Goes Electric! They'll be playing a few of 'the hits' from Love to A Wild Thing and a bunch of brand new tunes!
Saturday, May 27th, 8:30 pm at The Black Sheep Inn
With The Powergoats and Jillian Kerr
$10 Early Bird, $12 Advance, $15 at the door
|With a Gun|
Jasper Bridge - Love to a Wild Thing (live in the studio)
|I'm Running (2017)|
Powergoats - s/t
|World radio premiere of I'm Running (2017)
|hear your voice|
The Young Novelists - Made Us Strangers
|at 8:10 am we'll speak with Laura Spink, and possibly also Graydon James, of The Young Novelists
Friday, May 26, 2017, 8:30 pm, $12 in advance, $15 at the door
with Catriona Sturton opening!
From PEI, Dylan Menzie plays The Rainbow Bistro on Thursday, May 25th
Doors at 7 pm, Show at 8 pm
$10 advance, $13 door
Kyle Ivanich opens
|Ron Mills and James LeClaire are at Pressed on Wednesday, May 24th
show starts at 8 pm, PWYC
Ron will playing songs from his newly released debut album, Duff Road, and some not yet recorded!
James Leclaire will open the show with his own blend country, folk and blues inspired songs.
Ron Mill’s songs are a blend of traditional folk, old country, blues and storytelling music that reflects his Northern Ontario upbringing. When asked about his song writing and guitar playing style Ron sites artists ranging from John Prine to Steve Earle to blues greats like Stevie Ray Vaughn as his main influences.
One night, two great solo acts!
No cover – PWYC
Presented by: House of TARG, Beau’s All Natural
Friday, May 26th, $10
Doors: 9 pm / Show at 10 pm / 19+
Cover: $10 adv + service charges
FINALLY! A New record from everybody’s fave Party Polka Rockers: UKRAINIA. The long awaited & highly anticipated “SHADOW ERA” was recorded in Wakefield at Casa Werbo & mixed/master at the legendary Bova Lab Studio. The new album promises to capture the energy of their high octane stage show & their unique re-imagining of traditional Ukrainian music. You can be sure to expect unexpected musical influences ranging from ABBA to THIN LIZZY to round out their unique brand of Easter European Soul!
Ukrainia: (Ott Polka Rock)
Ukrainia aren’t your grandmother’s wedding dance band. Their music holds the old country passions, but their sound is clearly 21st century. Songs fuelled by the sweet breath of vodka are intense to the edge of mania. Their music will light your spirit, lift your body and transport you to another time in a surreal place – have your passports stamped, you are entering Ukrainia.
The Reverb Syndicate: (Ott Spy Surf Instrumental)
Reverb-drenched surf/spy-fi sounds to accompany 60’s spy films that don’t exist. Killer guitar wizardry. One of Ottawa’s most fun bands to watch.
https://justinrutledge.bandcamp.com/track/almost-gone released September 2016
Saturday, May 27th
Justin Rutledge with Petr Cancurra's Crossroads
NAC, 8 pm, $39
Mary-Kate Edwards - Blueberry Pie
Sunday, May 28th at Bar Robo
Mary-Kate Edwards is a singer-songwriter from Peterborough Ontario. The lovechild of a storyteller and piano teacher, Mary-Kate tells stories through her unique singing voice. Her debut EP Blueberry Pie is available now.
Based out of Peterborough and Richmond Hill, Scott Somverville is a folk artist singing quick wittted lyrics about love, politics, and all that is inbetween. Skilled as both a lyricist and instrumentalist, in every aspect of his music Scott is insightful.
Malak Sound: Ottawa
Raised in Egypt, and now calling Ottawa home, Malak was immersed in diverse musical influences from a young age. Drawing from her multicultural heritage, she has developed a sound fusing orchestral and electronic pop into a captivating and accessible style.