|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
|The Middle of the Night (Live)|
Lynn Miles - Road
Wednesday, July 31st at Irene's Pub, 885 Bank St. Ottawa
Starts at 8 pm
Tickets are $22 in advance, at the pub, or $25 at the door
|Long Time Comin'|
The Jimmy Tri-Tone Band - s/t
Christine Graves - s/t
|Live at Montgomery features Christine Graves solo, this Thursday evening, July 25th
The venue is on Bank street at Glen, in old Ottawa South
1154 Bank St (in Oat Couture Oatmeal Cafe)
7:30 to close, intimate music in a new destination. No cover charge.
|Not Too Long From Now|
Old Man Grant - s/t
Saturday, July 27th at the Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield QA
with Rishi Von Rex
Kimberly Sunstrum - .
|Never Been Lonely|
Kimberly Sunstrum - .
Just returned from an Ontario tour.... and heading out on an East coast tour! What crazy fun! Kimberly joins us to talk about the road, and her new, still to be titled album!
|Don’t Mind Waiting|
Campbell Woods - s/t
He'll be back through Ottawa in September for a show
|Picture of You|
Campbell Woods - s/t
Birdie Whyte - Going to the Races
Ottawa-valley performer, poet, music educator, and songwriter, Birdie Whyte, is a storyteller rooted in the folk tradition, and sings with a quintessential country vocal tenor that channels the aching geniality of classics Townes van Zandt and Gillian Welch. Birdie's songs are witty, insightful and full of color and energy when brought to life with her country band The Hidden Connections.
Playing Saturday at Irenes!
Birdie Whyte Record Release with special guest Claude Munson!
Friday, July 26 - 9:30pm
Irenes Pub - 885 Bank St
|Stephen Tippet calls in just after 8 am to talk about CAPITAL SHOWTUNES on Thursday!
Folks in the band scene have all kindsa chances to share their tunes with the world… but what about musical theatre peeps? All that work, all that prep, and the production is GONE! Boom it’s over! And as people move on to other shows, the lovely sing-songing tends to be lost to the breeze. No fun!
This inaugural version of CAPITAL SHOWTUNES aims to right that wrong! The evening will showcase a series of local composers, playing fave tracks from their fave shows! Expect silliness! Emotion! Special guests! Costumes! Laughing! Sing alongs!
Stephen John Tippet
Playing Selections from:
‘My Fair Zombie' (Brett Kelly Entertainment, 2016)
‘Scary Poppins' (Brett Kelly Entertainment, 2019)
Born in a land far away, Stephen settled in Canada in 1999 after terrorizing audiences on three continents. After peaking at The Glastonbury Festival and tired from the toll a rock and roll lifestyle was taking on his well-being, he found that musical theatre gigs involved a lot of sitting down and hasn't looked back since.
Tired of waiting by the phone, he wrote for a few Brett Kelly films (Spyfall, My Fair Zombie, Murder in high heels) and then wrote the songs for the stage version of My Fair Zombie (2016) and Scary Poppins (2019) and has just started working on a new musical for release at a distressingly poorly defined date in the future.
Thursday, July 25, 2019 - 7:30
Live! on Elgin - 220 Elgin St.
$10 in advance - $12 at the door
Annie Sumi - in the unknown
Dancing on a line between imagination and reality, ethereal-folk artist Annie Sumi’s music invites you into a familiar otherworld. Like an inbound wind, her voice begins with a whisper, gathers strength and purpose, and transforms into an airy howl. Her songs take you to places – of quiet wonder, of unspoken love, of tranquil landscape.
“You can’t leave an Annie Sumi performance and feel anything but inspired,” says Leah Morise, of London-based House of Harmony. “She fills the stage with joy and it spills over into the audience. Her songs manage to pull you into her world.”
Over the last three and a half years, the Ontario-based singer-songwriter has released two critically-acclaimed albums and toured her music across Canada, parts of the U.S. and Europe.
Annie Sumi | one still moment in the spin
Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 8 PM
The Art House Café - 555 Somerset Street West
Frankie Wood & the Thrifts - The Violet Drive
Playing Wednesday at the Rainbow!
Frankie Wood & The Thrifts, Allo, Champagne Sundays
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 8 PM
Rainbow Bistro - 76 Murray Street
|The Young Juliet|
David Jalbert - .
JAZZ WEATHER! Well, Classical Weather I guess. ;)
A virtuoso with a warm, elegant style and a wide-ranging repertoire, pianist David Jalbert has established himself among the elite of a new generation of classical musicians: “Jalbert’s piano playing is remarkable for its sweep, confidence, sensitivity, power and color, what more can we ask?” (Fanfare). Named by the CBC as one of the 15 best Canadian pianists of all time, Mr. Jalbert performs regularly as a soloist and recitalist all over the world. His solo recordings – of the Goldberg Variations, the Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues, of American, Russian and French piano music – have all garnered international praise in venues ranging from Gramophone to France-Culture. He has been a guest soloist with numerous major orchestras and is an sought-after chamber musician, collaborating over the years with artists such as Nicola Benedetti, Jean-Philippe Collard, Rachel Barton Pine, Denise Djokic, Joel Quarrington, and performing with his piano trio, Triple Forte. A national and international prize-winner, David Jalbert has won five times at the Prix Opus and garnered four Juno Awards nominations, most recently in 2018 for his Stravinsky/Prokofiev disc. He is a graduate from the Juilliard School, the Glenn Gould School and Université de Montréal and is now a professor of piano at the University of Ottawa.
Playing Chamberfest on Saturday!
David Jalbert - Presented by Chamberfest and Ottawa Queer Arts Collective
Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 10 PM
Ottawa Art Gallery - 50 Mackenzie King Bridge