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Monday Special Blend
Monday January 13th, 2020 with Trish Bolechowsky
After 8 am a chat with Mitchell Jackson/Children of Indigo, plus William Prince, Robb Kerr, Gentlemen of the Woods, Kristine St-Pierre & Justin Lacroix, Claude Munson ,Keturah Johnson, Alanna Sterling & the Silvers, Joey Robin Haché, Jacques Surette, Jess

The Brew Theme Song
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t Canadian
Always Have What We Had
William Prince - Reliever Canadian New
Juno award-winning singer songwriter William Prince has released his stunning new single ‘Always Have What We Had’, taken from his forthcoming second album Reliever out February 7th
What Do I Do Now
Robb Kerr - s/t Canadian New
From right here in Ottawa
My Dear Old Friend
Gentlemen of the Woods - This Great Unknown Canadian
(show note, in MT)

Saturday, Jan. 25th at Irene's Pub!
a bonus, fiddler extraordinaire Kristan Couture will join them on a number of tunes throughout the set. $15 at the door, no advance tickets.
25 Below
Kristine St-Pierre & Justin Lacroix - Noël avec toi Canadian New
The Silence Came After
Claude Munson - The Silence Came After Canadian

Irene's pub Friday January 17th for some good times, tasty food and fun local music!
Music by:
Keturah Johnson ~
Jonathan Pearce ~
Claude Munson ~

Irene's Pub, 885 Bank St. Ottawa, $12 at the door, 9 pm
Lesson of Love
Keturah Johnson - s/t Canadian
Jonathan Pearce - Systems Canadian
Released June 2019
Cookie Cutter
Alanna Sterling & the Silvers - s/t

Alanna Sterling & the Silvers / Justin Alexander Trio
8:30 PM on Saturday Jan. 18th
Irene's Pub, 885 Bank St.
Price: $10
After a couple months hiatus, Sterling & the Silvers are back to showcase some brand new tunes, some classics, and a sneak peak of the upcoming album. Expect to hear jazz, soul, rock n roll, folk, vaudeville, and everything in between. This isn't just a show, it's an experience. The full band sound will shake your soul.

Opening up the night is The Justin Alexander Trio, a band that fuses traditional blues and 60’s inspired rock with elements with Funk, Latin, Jazz and Reggae to create an original and compelling sound.

Doors @ 8:30
Music @ 9:30

Licensed bar with a delectable food menu
Limited seating available (max cap 120)

Roxanne Potvin’s Monday Night Music Club @ Irene's Pub, 885 Bank St. Ottawa
January 13 @ 8:00 pm, PWYC

AT Pressed, 750 Gladstone Ave. Ottawa on Monday, Jan 13th its the long running series, Bluegrass Mondays
This week featuring County Rd 5
It's always a fun evening when CR 5 Bluegrass comes to town and plays at Bluegrass Mondays!
The "host band" for the Eastern Ontario Bluegrass Festival, CR 5 Bluegrass knows how to put on a great show!
Show starts at 7:30 , goes to 9:30 and is only $10. The best in bluegrass every Monday night.

Also at Pressed:
A singer songwriter circle with Mark J Nyvlt, Wednesday January 15 @ 8:00 pm, Mark with Amanda Lowe and Don Bray
Don Bray is released an album of songs in February. Get an early listen to some of those songs and the stories behind them.

At Pressed:
David Dino White + Chris Zimmerman + Brian James Stevenson
Thursday, January 16 @ 8:00 pm
Castus Impromptu
Chilly Gonzales - Solo Piano III
Chilly Gonsales performs at the NAC Southam Hall, this Saturday, January 18th, 8 pm, tickets start at $41
Chilly Gonzales brings an intimate hour of pieces from the Solo Piano album cycle, after which he is joined by Stella Le Page on cello and Joe Flory
Joey Robin Haché - Repaver l'âme Canadian

Joey Robin Haché is an Acadian artist from Nigadoo, in northern New Brunswick. He is author-composer-performer, visual artist, trainer, manager and administrator of the financing of the artists at Le Grenier musique. Since 2012, Joey has been touring the Acadian, Canadian and European music scene. His music offers dark and peaceful lyrics, songs that are moving and deep. An excellent guitarist, he offers an alternative rock sound with a punk sound that is both completely crazy and thoughtful. Joey received the "Pop Artist of the Year" award atNew Brunswick Music Awards in October 2017 and was nominated for "Francophone Recording of the Year" with Stigma at the East Coast Music Awards (ECMA, May 2018). Joey Robin Haché's third album, entitled Trente, will be released on the November 1st, 2019.

Playing Fridays at the Fourth this Friday!

Joey Robin Haché et Jacques Surette
Friday, January 17, 2020 at 8:30 PM
tickets $15
National Arts Centre - 1 Elgin Street
Walk, walk, walk
Jacques Surette - Walk, walk, walk Canadian

Marche, Marche, Marche

written and composed by Jacques Surette and the co-production by Lisa LeBlanc and Benoit Morier.

Jacques Surette is a young songwriter/composer from southwestern Nova Scotia. He spends most of his time writing songs that talk about his culture and his part of the country. In recent years, this young artist has generated a lot of interest on social networks with his simple and touching songs. His video "Marche marche marche" has been viewed a few hundred thousand times. In June 2019, he released his first album, "Marche, marche, marche" (Le Grenier musique) co-directed by Lisa LeBlanc and Benoit Morier.
The Whistler
Jacques Surette - Walk, walk, walk Canadian
Mr. Banjo
Jacques Surette - Walk, walk, walk Canadian
Children of Indigo - Trails Canadian
From their debut EP, Trails, released July 2018

A chat with Mitchell Jackson of Children of Indigo after 8 am

Children of Indigo: Mitchell Jackson, Natasha Pedersen, and David Campbell who all met at UOttawa a couple of years ago and having been making music together since. They performed at Bluesfest last summer.

LIVE • Children of Indigo x Jessica Pearson & the East Wind
Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 7 PM
LIVE on Elgin - 220 Elgin St.
Track Green
Children of Indigo - s/t Canadian July 2019
Children of Indigo - Trails Canadian
Cleaning up my Mess
Jessica Pearson and The East Wind - Grave and Garden Songs Canadian

Children of Indigo is an Indie Folk band from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. With the intent of inspiring others, their sound is characterized by a combination of unique acoustic guitar progressions, moving harmonies, and nostalgic lyrics. A combination that takes you with them on the journey, building with texture and maturity whilst sharing the stories and inspirations surrounding their emotional songs.

Jessica Pearson is a Canadian born storyteller with a voice like melting honey on a summers eve. Accompanied by Kristan Couture on the mandolin and Maddy O’Regan on the fiddle, they bring to life tales of the past and express the beauty and heartbreak of the world today.

Playing Saturday!

LIVE • Children of Indigo x Jessica Pearson & the East Wind
Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 7 PM
LIVE on Elgin - 220 Elgin St.
Kirby Theme
F8-Bit - s/t Canadian


F8-BIT are a cover band dedicated to classic console game themes. The quartet consists of some of Ottawa’s highest-scoring jazz players, who owe their quick fingers and epic grip strength to blistering rounds of Super Mario Kart as much as they do to music school. Expect to hear modern takes on the themes from Punchout, Super Mario World, Excite Bike, Mega Man, the Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog and many more of your favourite classic console games. These top notch musicians deliver a total K.O every time!

Playing Wednesday!

Wednesday, January 15 at 8 PM
House of TARG - 1077 Bank Street
Interactive CKCU
a laid back...but Brilliant show....great delivery, great voice! thanks!

8:36 AM, January 13th, 2020
Trish Bolechowsky
Thanks for your kind words Glenn. Thanks for tuning in!

12:12 PM, January 15th, 2020