|The Brew Theme Song|
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t
|The Chain (cover)|
The Highwomen - s/t
Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby perform their cover of Fleetwood Mac’s hit song in the (Howard) Stern Show studio
Released Aug. 7th
|Bringing In The Light|
Gathering Sparks - s/t
Release date for the album, 27 September 2019
This song on their upcoming album has won this year's Folk Music Ontario Songs From the Heart Award in the Singer-Songwriter category
gospel-inspired hymn celebrating the Winter Solstice, with piano, 3-part harmonies, drums and electric guitar.
|Simple Little Song|
JESSA - s/t
25 Jul 2019
The first single from Jessica Stuart's new indie-pop project, JESSA!
|I Can Sleep Anywhere|
John Muirhead - s/t
|Bella Ciao (Goodbye Beautiful)|
Marc Ribot (feat. Tom Waits) - s/t
"It’s been a while since we had any new Tom Waits music (2 years), but he’s back with a new version of a very old song that is depressingly relevant for the world we’re in today. As reported by Pitchfork, the track is “Bella Ciao,” a collaboration with guitarist Marc Ribot for his upcoming album Songs Of Resistance 1948-2018. If you don’t recognize the name, “Bella Ciao” was an Italian folk ballad that was revised and re-written during World War II for the Italian anti-fascist resistance fighters, and it has since become an anthem of sorts for anyone looking to stick it to fascists.
The song also comes with a video (directed by Jem Cohen) that makes its parallels with modern life very explicit, pairing Waits’ vocals with footage of police and soldiers guarding barricades at anti-Trump protests. It may sound heavy-handed, but fuck it, nobody said fighting fascists had to be subtle."
|The Black Sheep|
A Fellow Ship - The Black Sheep
A Fellow Ship at Live! on Elgin, Thursday, August 15th
with Kyle Ivan and and Maple Grove
220 Elgin st. 2nd Floor
Doors at 7:30pm | Showtime at 8:00pm
$10 Advanced | $12 at the door
Joe Dent / Guitar, Vocals
Forest Van Winkle / Vocals
Jack Stone / Mandolin, Guitar, Vocals
Teddy Liptay / Keyboard
Tristan Schultz / Bass
Ryan Johnston / Drums
Austin Jones / Trumpet, Back-up Vocals
John Nicholson / Saxophone
|Followed Me Home|
A Fellow Ship - The Black Sheep
|Fish n' Chips|
The Monotymes - Love Sick
The Monotymes were forged under the warm and welcoming glow of awe inspiring local acts like Sparklesaurus and Potential Red. We drew our inspiration from basement EP releases and evenings spent sitting cross-legged on kitchen floors talking about how much we admired and adored our ever-growing web of mutual friends playing music in Ottawa. We are just some kids who play indie-pop. Our songs are each their own catchy story, usually revolving around a character we see within ourselves or within our community. If you listen closely, you might find that you know this person too. We will always love to write about heartbreak in the most danceable way possible, we will always love tears and laughter and keyboards effects and arson.
Playing Saturday at House of Targ!
The Leanover // Sparklesaurus // The Monotymes // The Kommenden
Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 9 PM
House of TARG - 1077 Bank Street
|Halo (Beyonce Cover)|
Peter Katz - s/t
|8:15 am: A chat with Kelly Symes about Chef's Table
Saturday September 14, 6PM – Featuring Chef Chris Deraiche or Wellington Gastropub, musical performance by The Pairs – Pinhey’s Point, Dunrobin – $95 (3 course meal + complimentary glass of wine + show)
Sunday September 15, 1PM – Featuring Chef Chris Deraiche of Wellington Gastropub, musical performance by Slocan Ramblers – Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm – $75 (3 course meal + complimentary glass of wine + show)
Saturday September 21, 6PM – Featuring Pat Garland of Absinthe, musical performance by Peter Katz – Brown’s Inlet Park – $95 (3 course meal + complimentary glass of wine + show)
Sunday September 22, 1PM – Featuring Pat Garland of Absinthe, musical performance by Ryan McNally & the MessaRounders – Cumberland Heritage Village Museum – $75 (3 course meal + complimentary glass of wine + show)
Tickets available online or by phone at (613) 402-1425.
Fill your belly with exceptional local food – then fill your soul with exceptional Canadian music!
|Right and Wrong|
Peter Katz - s/t
Almyr Jules - .
A local Ottawa artist on the rise. Almyr Jules is a singer-songwriter that is rising to the top.
Playing Wednesday at the Rainbow!
jessii the artist & Almyr Jules
Wednesday, August 14 at 8:30 PM
The Rainbow Bistro - 76 Murray Street
|A Good Dog is Lost|
Ken Tizzard - A Good Dog is Lost
Ray Harris - East End, West End, North End, South End
Ray here. It is my pleasure to share the stage with noted Canadian singer-songwriter Ken Tizzard (The Watchmen, Thornley, Ron Hynes). We’ll be swapping songs and stories, joined by award winning dobro & fiddle player, Stuart Rutherford.
KEN TIZZARD & RAY HARRIS w/ Stu Rutherford
Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 8 PM
Bar Robo (Chinatown) - 692 Somerset St. W
|The End of a Love Affair|
Kirk MacDonald Quintet with Harold Mabern - .
With an established reputation as one of Canada’s leading saxophonists, Kirk MacDonald cut his first record at the age of thirteen. Throughout his career, he has received numerous awards, and has worked with many leading musicians in a variety of musical genres. He has performed on over fifty CDs as both leader and sideman, and has participated in numerous national broadcast recordings for CBC Radio. In addition to performing extensively throughout Canada, he has also performed in the USA, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Holland, Monaco, Australia, Korea, Bermuda, and the Bahamas.
Kirk MacDonald & Dezron Douglas Quartet
Sunday, August 18, 2019 - 8pm
Festival Japan - 149 Kent St.