|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
Carla J. Easton - Impossible Stuff
From Glasgow, Scotland, this album was just announced as The SAY Award Longlist album, the Scottish Album of the Year Award.
There is a Canadian connection to this album. Carla is a Scottish artist who had a Canadian band (Brett Nelson, Jesse Aaron Shire, Laura Anne Hickli, Kev Corbett), at a Canadian studio (Hotel2Tango, Howard Bilerman Producer, Shae Brossard Engineer), and they all met at the Banff Centre Singer Songwriter residency.
The Pairs - s/t
|The Pair will be performing at Blue Skies Music Festival this coming long weekend. They will also be at Pinhey's Point on September 14th at part of the Ontario Festival of Small Halls and Chef's Table (local farm-to-table feast - http://thefestivalofsmallhalls.com/the-chefs-table/).
Based in London, Ontario, The Pairs are three classically-trained vocalists and a former punk-rock drummer
The Pairs - s/t
|I'm Gonna Be Here|
Birdie Whyte - s/t
|https://www.facebook.com/BirdieWhyte/videos/862609217429442/ >>>START at 11 seconds in!!
Releaded Friday, July 26th
Twin Flames - s/t
Friday, August 2nd at Blue Skies Music Festival
Clarendon Station, just 20 minutes west of Perth
|Friend in Me (Live in the Studio)|
Chris Zimmerman - The Rain
|Hey You (Live in the Studio)|
Chris Zimmerman - The Rain
Chris Zimmerman & The Weather are super excited to announce that they are heading to Kuujjuaq (Koo joo aq) Quebec on for Aqpik Jam on August 14th, one of the top festivals in Northern Canada
|Everybody's Trying to Steal Your Heart|
Fast Romantics - American Love
Fast Romantics headline the Saturday night lineup at Blue Skies Music Festival, Saturday, August 3rd.
August 8-10, 2019
Arts Court - 2 Daly ave.
at 8:10 am - Speaking with:
Monica Bradford-Lea, Executive Producer
Alli Harris, Executive Producer
Showcasing work by cis/trans women and non-binary artists in Ottawa, UPROAR is a brand new multidisciplinary arts festival that will premiere August 8-10 2019 at Arts Court Theatre. As a multidisciplinary festival, we have an incredible line-up of 12 local artists in our first year, presenting a variety of work from textile art and paintings to comedy, burlesque, music and dance.
|Long Long Moon|
The Small Glories - Assiniboine & The Red
Saturday, August 3rd at Blue Skies Music Festival
Okies - Once a Fisherman from Spain
Thomas Aguinaga (Drums/Percussions), Sam Gendron (Keyboard), Phil Goodman (Guitar, Percussions, Vocals) and Marc-Antoine Moisan (Guitar, Vocals) are an Indie Folk band from Aylmer, QC. Across the river from the no-nonsense, straight-laced, won't-crack-a-smile-at-a-dirty-joke Capital of Canada.
Okies unveil "Once a Fisherman from Spain" for the first time live in the National Capital Region
Playing Friday at Live! on Elgin!
You can buy your tickets via the link to Live on Elgin's website for 8$ in advance, 10$ at the door, OR 8$ at the door if you show up sporting your Okies merch!
Okies Release Party w/ Townes, Siberian Breaks & O Neptune!
Friday, Aug.2, 2019 - 8:00pm
Live! on Elgin - 220 Elgin St.
Siberian Breaks - s/t
an arctic expedition soundtrack; the baffin island house band; cold, dark and lost.
Jordan Edgecombe, Spencer, Stefan Jurewicz
O Neptune - Cosmic Silence
O Neptune, based in Ottawa, fronted by Robin Kenny
released June 28, 2019
|Me and My Friend|
Julie Doiron - Woke Myself Up
Julie Doiron started playing music in 1990 with Canadian Indierock band Eric’s Trip. They were the first Canadian band to sign to Seattle’s Sub Pop Records. After the break up of the band in 1996, Julie started performing on her own. In 2001, Julie became the first Canadian to sign to Jagjaguwar records releasing 8 albums on the label.
Over the years she has had the great fortune of playing with so many wonderful musicians. Some of her collaborators include The Wooden Stars, Herman Dune, Shotgun and Jaybird, Mount Eerie, Gord Downie and the Country of Miracles , Daniel Romano , and Rick White of Eric’s Trip with whom she made her three most recent albums.
Playing TONIGHT at Bar Robo!
Julie Doiron w sg Apollo Ghosts + José Contreras
Monday, July 29, 2019 - 8:30PM
Bar Robo - 692 Somerset St. W
|César Franck: Sonata in A major CFF 123 - IV. Allegretto poco mosso|
Cheng2 Duo - Violoncelle français
Captivating audiences and critics alike, the Cheng² Duo (pronounced Cheng Squared Duo) distinguishes itself with its uncompromising musical integrity, undeniable chemistry, and unparalleled communication with its listeners. The brother-and-sister duo is formed by 21-year-old cellist Bryan Cheng, top prize laureate of the VI International Paulo Cello Competition, and pianist Silvie Cheng, recipient of the Roy M. Rubinstein Award for exceptional promise in piano performance.
Playing Chamberfest on Saturday!
Homegrown: Cheng2 Duo, Kawasaki, and Hewitt
Saturday, Aug.3, 2019 - 1:00pm
Dominion-Chalmers - 355 Cooper Street