|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
Mark Fossen - Restless
House concert at Lottie's, Sunday, November 18th, 4 pm
with Rachel Beck
$25 per person
Colin Fowlie - Harmony
|We chat by phone with Colin Fowlie, a Fredericton, NB based artist coming in to play in Ottawa tonight
Monday, November 12, 2018 at Live! on Elgin
Alexis Castrogiovanni and Rory Taillon share the bill
In his younger years Colin performed with bands and other musical and theatrical outfits in the Saint John, New Brunswick area. Taking the better part of 15 years off to focus on a career and a family, he never gave up on his musical ambitions. Returning to performance and touring now with three songs released in October, 2018
Colin Fowlie - Harmony
We have 2 tickets to giveaway to the Rideau Roots concert series in Kars! We tried to give them away last week and our winner cannot attend. We'll draw again from the show funding drive donors at the end of the show!
James Keelaghan - History - The First 25 Years
Sandy Irvin joins us to talk about the exciting lineup for the Folkus Concert Series in Almonte this winter.
Series Pass: $90
Adult Ticket: $30
Student Ticket: $15
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019: Connie Kaldor & James Keelaghan
Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019: Greenbank, with special guest Moonfruits
Saturday, Mar. 23, 2019: Betty and the Bobs, with special guest Beth Tufts
Saturday, Apr. 27, 2019: David Myles, with special guest susan o
Greenbank - Glory Days
Greenbank: songwriters Jimmy Breslin and Craig Smyth
|The I Love You Rag|
Betty and The Bobs - .
Member Suzie Vinnick, the Folkus series most-requested past performer will be bringing her pals, including Katherine Wheatley, Wendell Ferguson, Soozie Schlanger, David Woodhead, Rich Greenspoon, and David Matheson.
David Myles - Real Love
Bahamas - Earthtones
Friday, November 9, 2018 at 7:30 PM, NAC Presents in Southam Hall, SOLD OUT
Jordan David joins us in the studio to talk about the new Queen St. Fare, opening in December in the former Hy's Steakhouse location, 170 Queen St.
The project will take up more than 9,000 square feet — 1,500 more square feet than the Hy’s space — and have a licensed capacity for 390 people.
the most unique aspect of the Ottawa project will be its stage, which will feature live music of all genres. Scott May, who owns Bar Robo in Chinatown, likened Queen St. Fare to a festival surrounded by food trucks that could also serve beer, wine and cocktails.
The seven food businesses with outposts in the project will be: Bar Robo, which itself is a coffee shop by day and a licensed music venue by night; Green Rebel, the health-conscious food business that has several other downtown locations; Fiazza Fresh Fired, the real-time pizza-maker that has two other Ottawa locations; SEN Kitchen, which serves Vietnamese food in Lansdowne Park; Mercadito, a Mexican street food venture by veteran Ottawa chef Rene Rodriguez; Capitol Burger Counter, a new local burger business, and Q Bar, a bar to be overseen by mixologist Jillian Dagenais, formerly of the Moonroom on Preston Street.
May noted that Ottawa music-scene veteran Jordan David will book bands and events, and that food hall’s stage would be equipped with an acoustic piano. Ottawa festivals have already expressed interest in using the venue, May said.
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NOAH - Faces