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Monday Special Blend
Monday February 10th, 2020 with Trish Bolechowsky
Maximum music morning - Julian Taylor, William Prince, Teddy Swims, Annie Sumi, Frazey Ford, Lynne Hanson, Miss Emily, Christa Couture, Ken Yates, Jono Grant, The Jerry Cans, James Hill & Anne Janelle, Mayhemmingways, Sean Pinchin, Duo Pleiades

The Brew Theme Song
Maxim Banjoman Cossette - s/t Canadian
Human Race
Julian Taylor - s/t Canadian New

A single from a solo album Julian Taylor will be releasing.
Always Have What We Had
William Prince - Reliever - Six Shooter Records Canadian New

New album from William Prince released Feb. 7, 2020
Great Wide Open
William Prince - Reliever - Six Shooter Records Canadian New
I Can't Make You Love Me
Teddy Swims - s/t New

Viral YouTube video cover of one of the best songs ever written

Bonnie Raitt & James Taylor in Ottawa, April 24th at the Canadian Tire Centre

Jaten Dimsdale, known by his moniker, Teddy Swims, is an American singer and songwriter from Atlanta, GA.
Annie Sumi - s/t Canadian New Released Feb. 4, 2020

Annie Sumi's current cd is Into The Unknown but this song, Skybound does not appear on it. On cello - Jillian Sauerteig and on electric guitar - Neil Whitford
Recorded live at the North East Regional Folk Alliance Conference in Stamford Ct. November 2019
U Kin B the Sun
Frazey Ford - U Kin B the Sun Canadian New

New album from Vancouver-based Frazey Ford, released Feb. 7, 2020
Money Can't Buy
Frazey Ford - Canadian New
Such a Random Thing
Lynne Hanson - Just Words Canadian New

The album "Just Words" was released Feb. 7th, produced by Jim Bryson
Lynne Hanson plays a full band album release show at the Meridan Theatres at Centrepionte on Friday, Feb. 21
Hold Back The River
Miss Emily - In Between Canadian

Montreal-based Miss Emily won just two Maple Blues Awards (Canadian Blues Awards) for New Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year as well as Sapphire Award for best Blues Video (for Hold Back the River)
Sometimes its Better to Lose
Miss Emily - In Between Canadian (2017)

Miss Emily in Concert
Hugh’s Room Live
Saturday, February 29th, 2020

Blues On the Rideau (Monthly fundraiser series with dinner & a show)
The Cove Inn, Westport ON
Friday, April 17th, 2020
Christa Couture - s/t - Coax Records Canadian New

A new single from Toronto-based Coutre from her upcoming EP, produced by Jim Bryson
Quiet Talkers
Ken Yates - s/t Canadian New new video for this single released Feb. 6th, 2020
He is heading off to Europe in April, supporting Passenger on tour new single released Jan 17, 2020
Funky 7
Jono Grant - s/t Canadian New

Joel Saunders, a musician I know from the Blue Skies Music Festival community, teaches guitar. The father of one of his students created this music.
The Jerry Cans - Echoes Canadian New

Iqaluit’s The Jerry Cans are a band from and for the north—they’ve always been committed to making music that honours and dialogues with their home communities. The JUNO Award-nominated group bring a wash of glassy, slashing electric guitars, thundering drums, effects-warped throat singing, and darkened violin work, echoing sounds of love, anxiety, desperation, and grief, as well as the tangled relationships in between. From buzzing indie rock to towering shoegaze to moonlit country to Arctic post-punk, The Jerry Cans continue a tradition of celebration and resistance through music, marching in lockstep and acknowledging the vital, fortifying importance of both. The Jerry Cans are: guitarist/vocalist Andrew Morrison, vocalists/throat singers/accordionists Nancy Mike and Avery Keenainak, violinist Gina Burgess, bassist Brendan Doherty, and drummer Steve Rigby.

Playing Monday!

The Jerry Cans, Trevor Alguire
Monday, Feb 10, 2020 - 8:00 PM
The 27 Club - 27 York St
New Moon
James Hill & Anne Janelle - Assam / Like A Bird Canadian

This ukulele virtuoso can do just about anything with his instrument. His nimble hands can move VERY fast, and can also make his little guitar sound like a whole drum kit. No joke! Wait till you see him play a hip-hop beat on it with wooden chopsticks! As you can gather, James has more than one trick up his sleeve, and you won’t be surprised to learn that he has a great sense of humour.

Wherever he goes, James Hill proves that the ukulele is a truly amazing instrument. Nothing is beyond his talent and creativity. He’s also a fine singer-songwriter. His concerts are a mix of original songs, hilarious covers, instrumental pieces and astounding finds!

Playing this weekend at Big Bang Festival!

James Hill @ BIG BANG Festival!
Sunday, Feb 16 fev - 1 pm - sold out!
Monday, Feb 17 fev - 1 pm
Monday, Feb 17 fev - 3 pm
National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts - 1 Elgin st.
End up this Way
Mayhemingways - Hunter St Blues Canadian

Mayhemingways push traditional songs and sounds in a new direction with a full two-piece show. Country mixes with Cajun, Celtic with bluegrass, and beyond, all in one performance. Benj Rowland and Buster Fewings hail from Peterborough, a rich musical community in Central Ontario. Rowland sings and plays accordion, guitar, and banjo as the tune suits, while holding down the bass with foot pedals. While Buster provides percussive accompaniment and harmonies. Suitable for shows from mellow house shows to larger bars and halls.

Playing Friday!

Sean Pinchin w/ The Mayhemingway’s
Friday, February 14, 2020 at 8:30 PM
Irene's Pub - 885 Bank Street
Bad Things
Sean Pinchin - Bad Things Canadian
To Love you More
Duo Pleiades - s/t Canadian


Professional Violin and Guitar Duo based in Ottawa Canada. We play music for living and for fun. From Classical to Popular. Jazz, Tango, Choro, Celtic, Fiddle tunes and more! Concerts, private events, weddings, special events around Ottawa region.

Playing Monday!

Music of the Heart
Monday, Feb 10, 2020 - 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Soloway JCC - 21 Nadolny Sachs Private
Interactive CKCU