14 December 2009

Ottawa Blues This Week - 14 December 2009





Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest Musical Instrument Drive

Monday, December 7 through Friday, December 18

Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest has been running a new program called ‘Be in the Band’, which mentors young people who have an interest in music. The Ottawa Bluesfest organization is expanding this program to include at-risk youth in various communities such as Michele Heights, Lowertown, and Russell Heights. To support this initiative, the Ottawa Bluesfest organization is in desperate need of instruments to be used by participating students.

“We’re calling on the community to donate instruments,” says Bluesfest’s executive director, Mark Monahan. “Many people have instruments at home that they’re not using. We’re hoping people will want to donate those instruments to a very worthy cause.” Ottawa residents are encouraged to drop off their out-of-use instruments at the locations below. Join the Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest organization in sharing the joy of music!

Instruments can be dropped off between 10 am and 4 pm Mondays through Fridays at Ottawa Bluesfest HQ, 265 Catherine Street (2nd floor of the Ottawa Greyhound bus station); or at Compact Music Store(s) 190 Bank Street; or 7851/2 Bank Street, during business hours.



Ottawa Blues Society Christmas Party & Annual General Meeting

With the Jesse Greene Band

Jesse Greene, Marc Seguin, Dan Grewal, Jason Cote and Luke Donovan

Tucson’s, 2440 Bank Street,

Saturday, December 19, 2009 @ 9:15 pm

Catch Ottawa's representative to this year’s International Blues Challenge in a full evening of entertainment to showcase the winning act and to help raise funds to cover their expenses to travel to the international competition in Memphis Tennessee, January 2010. All OBS members who attend will receive a gift CD. Additional details will be available soon at www.ottawabluessociety.com

In conjunction with the OBS Christmas Party, Saturday, December 19 at Tucson's, the Ottawa Blues Society will host an Annual General Meeting which will include elections for two Directors.





Jack de Keyzer

Rainbow, 76 Murray Street

Friday, December 18

Jack de Keyzer is a Juno and 7X Maple Blues award winning artist, blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer and is considered one of the finest blues guitarists working today. The British born, Canadian resident’s career has spanned three decades. De Keyzer has released 6 CDs and 1 DVD as a leader and appeared as a session guitarist on hundreds of recordings. Jack de Keyzer’s songs have also appeared in video; rock & blues radio charts; other artists; TV soundtracks and in Motion Pictures.

In 2003 Jack was awarded Canada's highest musical honour, the Juno award for Blues Album of the Year, "6 String Lover". In addition to the Juno, de Keyzer has won 7 Maple Blues Awards and in 2007 won the International Songwriting Competition's first place for the song ‘That's the Only Time’. Jack's most recent accolades came from two very Canadian institutions. First, Prime Minister Steven Harper's son Ben received a guitar lesson from Jack at the request of Ben’s mother Loreen Harper (a fan) at the Prime Minister's residence in January of 2009. Jack was also awarded Great Canadian Blues Artist of the year from a poll of CBC radio listeners in 2009.

Jack is currently mixing tracks for a soon-to-be-released live CD while in the midst of writing songs for an all new original CD slated for a 2010 release. He performs across Canada and internationally (US, Mexico, France, Portugal, Greece) over 150 shows per year. Jack de Keyzer is a masterful, electric blues guitarist, soulful singer and songwriter of the first order. Look for his new live CD "The Corktown Sessions" to be released soon on the blue star imprint.



The Nathaniel Dett Chorale

Centrepointe Theatre, 101 Centrepointe Drive, Nepean

Friday, December 18 @ 7:30 pm; tickets $40, $45

An Indigo Christmas.... In Silent Night
The Nathaniel Dett Chorale will warm your cool winter nights with intimate and joyful settings of traditional and contemporary holiday music. One of Canada’s ‘national treasures’, The Nathaniel Dett Chorale has worked hard to bring Afrocentric music to people at home and abroad. Named for the celebrated African-Canadian composer, the Nathaniel Dett Chorale is Canada's first professional choral group dedicated to Afrocentric music of all styles, including classical, spiritual, gospel, jazz, folk and blues. The Chorale is comprised of 21 classically trained, multi-talented vocalists whose work stretches beyond the traditional repertoire of a classical chamber choir, challenging audiences to broaden their vision to include all genres of music appropriate to the traditions of the African Diaspora.






Blues on the Rideau Presents

Johnny Max Band

The Cove Country Inn, Westport ON

Friday, December 18; 7 pm buffet dinner, Show 8:30 pm to 11 pm

$55 for dinner & show (taxes & donation to charity included)

Advance reservations required. Call The Cove (613) 273-3636

Proceeds to the Westport Area Food Bank

If you’re looking for a place to hold your Christmas party and you like Chicago blues, R&B & soul and a lot of fun, book your tickets for the Johnny Max Band December 18 at The Cove. Johnny is a solid singer with a passionate, soulful voice. He’s also a consummate performer/entertainer/comedian who always gets the crowd up dancing, sweating, laughing and enjoying themselves. Born in Glasgow of Irish parents he was surrounded by music from day one – Irish traditional but also Jazz (his dad was a big fan). When the family moved to Toronto in 1966 he was exposed to soul, R&B, blues and rock that was blossoming in the city and coming in on the airwaves from the States, especially Wolfman Jack’s show. A career as a wedding DJ and almost professional karaoke singer got him noticed by one of Toronto’s bluesmen, Kevin Higgins, and he was invited to help form a band. Johnny’s eclectic background has led to a sound that is unique and fun – think New Orleans, Memphis, Motown/Chicago crossed with Sean Connery!

The Johnny Max Band has been entertaining fans throughout southern Ontario and beyond now for over 16 years. During that time he has released 4 CDs including “A Lesson I’ve Learned” in 2007 (all original compositions) which garnered him a Juno nomination and 4 Maple Blues Award nominations. His band has changed personnel over time but it has always included some of the crème de la crème of Toronto’s blues musicians and it will be no different for this Show. Get your dancing shoes on and come on down for a great night.


Well-priced accommodation available at The Cove & nearby B&Bs – stay overnight and enjoy a mini-vacation. Visit http://www.choosetheblues.ca for more info & updates


Tell Mama hosts

The Annual Night Before The Night Before Christmas Fundraiser

Celebrate the season and support your local food bank!

Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 26 Beckwith Street, Perth ON

Saturday, December 19 @ 7:30 pm, $25 ($20 + a food bank donation)

The 18th version of this popular annual tradition features great local entertainment and is a must-attend holiday event for music lovers and supporters of the Perth and District Food Bank. Hosted this year by well-known local band Tell Mama and managed by local businesses Strategic Media Solutions and Linden Financial Planning, the theme of this year's dance is "Local Flavour-Local Sustainability", underscoring the importance of buying local products and supporting local producers.

Last year's event was the Perth and District Food Bank's largest independent fundraising initiative in 2008, raising $6,500. Shelley Montreuil, Strategic Media Solutions principal and Tell Mama's front woman, hopes the event will be an even bigger success this year.

To make it easier to support the Food Bank, Montreuil donated the design and development of an e-commerce website (www.perthfoodbank.com) to the organization in 2007, permitting online donations.

This year, event-goers are being encouraged to commit to a regular monthly gift to the Food Bank. A pledge of $10 or more a month will give the donor free access to this year's dance (a $20 value). Regular monthly giving allows the food bank to budget to meet the community's needs in a more reliable and consistent fashion.

Event host Tell Mama was named Festivals and Events Ontario Best Original Act for 2009, received an Honourable Mention in the Billboard Song Contest and was a runner-up in the International Songwriter's Competition's jazz category. Jeremiah Sutherland wrote in the March 7, 2009 Bullfrog Music Reviews that Tell Mama's debut album is, "Definitely Juno material with not a weak song on the CD. Buy this one while you can."

Joining Tell Mama onstage this year is local rock band The Commuters and possibly a few surprise guests. For updates on who is appearing, visit www.thenightbeforethenightbeforexmas.com.

Tickets are available at Shadowfax in Perth. If you can't attend the event but would like to help, tickets and other sponsorship opportunities can be arranged by contacting Linden Financial Services at dorothy@lindenfinancialplanning.ca or at (613) 264-2761.




Irene’s Blues Jam

Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street

Thursdays, 9 pm – 1 am

The Stellar Cast Blues Jam is a bonafide grass roots event that has grown out of the very floorboards of Irene’s Pub and has become a real crowd pleaser for musicians and music lovers alike. The Stellar Cast features Mike Ktenas (bass) and Corky Kealey (drums) as the foundation, and is filled out by a host of great local players who rotate according to availability. Each week the cast is topped up with a guest host who steers the song selections in whatever way they're inspired and the jamming begins. It's a great concept and the proof is in the popularity the night has garnered over the years.

Special guests this month:

               December 17 – Chuck Karn


Sunday Blues, 6-9 pm, no cover

Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street (at MacLaren)



Open Blues/Rock jam

Le Petit Chicago in Hull Centre-Town, 50 Portage Street

Sundays, 8-11 pm, starting March 29

We provide drums and amps, just bring your instrument. One musician at a time can play, with the band for improvisation, or as a standalone, for 15/20 minutes. You can register your name on a list at the door, choosing at what time you'd like to play. We suggest that you know how to communicate in terms of chords and rhythms, to make the improvisation easier and more convenient for the other musicians. You're more than welcome to come and play with us, and bring your friends! Le Petit Chicago is a very nice bar and we hope to see a lot of people. Spread the word!


Jesse Greene Band

Irene’s, 885 Bank Street

Every Sunday night, 9 pm

Jesse Greene and band perform live at Irene's every Sunday night. Blues/jazz originals rock, funk, folk, R&B, don't miss out! This is a kick-ass band. Jesse is an amazing guitarist and songwriter. Bluesfest performances, and shows with her other two bands Jokko and Frank and Jesse James have really started to turn heads and win hearts. But this is by far the best yet!
Drums - Jason Cote; Guitar - Luke Donovan & Jesse Greene; Harp - Marc Seguin; Bass - Dan Grewal.





Open Blues Jam

Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street

2nd Sunday of each month, 4-7 pm; cover $5 (jammers free)

Hosted by Smokestack Lightning, the jam is open to all ages.



Open Blues Jam

Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street

Last Sunday of each month, 4-7 pm; cover $5 (jammers free)

Hosted by River City Junction, the jam is open to all ages. Jammers sign up on the jam sheet at the door & each jam session lasts for 3 songs. Drums & amps are provided, you only need to bring your instruments (but you can bring your amps if you want to).



Blues Jam

Avant- Garde Bar & Restaurant, 135 1/2 Besserer Street

First Tuesday of each month @ 8 pm

Hosted by River City Junction, this jam is open to guest performers, but is not an open jam’.

If you want to play, please contact River City Junction in advance to work out what instrument you play & what songs you would like to do.

Contact Jason jason@rivercityjunction.com




Roots and Blues at Beaus

Beaus All Natural Brewing Company, 10 Terry Fox Drive, Vankleek Hill ON
1st Tuesday of every month, 7-10 pm; $10

Terry Gillespie is on hiatus from Blues on Tues, but has decided to share the gig with his friends. He has always wanted to style a juke and this is pretty close. Every time we play at Beau’s it gets a little better. Steve Beauchesne our host has added xmas tree lighting - much more intimate!


Drum Church

Beaus All Natural Brewing Company, 10 Terry Fox Drive, Vankleek Hill ON

Every Sunday, 10 am to noon; $5

DRUM CHURCH: Because Terry Gillespie loves music and thinks everyone should be in a band.
Drum Church has rules: No Songs and No solos!

Bring any instrument you want; electric or acoustic guitar, drums, broom stick, spoons, whatever.




Maria Hawkins Annual Pre-New Year’s Eve Bash

Rainbow, 76 Murray Street

Wednesday, December 30

Maria’s annual celebration of the upcoming year. Beat the traffic and the New Year’s Eve chaos and celebrate one day early!







Irene’s, 885 Bank Street

Playing their original style of swamp boogie R&B, bedroom funk and love songs that will break your heart, MonkeyJunk is Tony D on guitar, slide guitar and vocals; Steve Marriner on vocals, guitar, baritone guitar and harmonica and Matt Sobb on drums, cymbals, percussion and background vocals. Canada’s hottest blues band, MonjeyJunk is nominated for 6 MapleBlues Awards and recently was nominated for a Blues Music Award in the Best New Artist Debut category. These three musicians apply a combined 56 years of experience in the music business to entertain in a raw and captivating manner you will not soon forget!




Sweet & the Back Beat

D'Arcy McGee’s, 360 Moodie Drive, Bells Corners

Music starts at 9:30 pm; tickets $25

D’Arcy McGee’s has planned a full party program, including champagne at Midnight, a sandwich buffet and party favours. To book a table, please call: 613-596-4226





Tucson’s, 2440 Bank Street

Music starts at 9:15 pm

A High Energy Show consisting of a fiery blend of rock, blues, and original tunes. Playing the sounds of Santana, Van Morrison, The Doors, Steppenwolf, Lynyrd Skynyrd and more for a high energy 70s style rock show!




with special guest: DJ BeatScience
and The Watters Brothers

Black Sheep, Wakefield QC

Tickets: $12 early bird, $15 advance, $20 door

Funktagon: Deeply rooted in funk and R 'n’ B, Funktagon also bring the excitement and personality of group improvisation. An unforgettable show that will be sure to get you off the grass and groovin'!
BeatScience: is Trevor Wayne Greenway, from Calgary, AB, whose love for Electronic music began nearly ten years ago.

Watters Bros: Mud & Dan rock!



Zaphod’s Legendary No-Stress New Year’s Eve Party

With Lindsay Ferguson, Blazer, The Polymorphines & the Sin Kickers

Zaphod’s, 27 York Street

Doors 7 pm, Showtime 8 pm

Tickets $20 ($15 before December 15); $25 at the door

Zaphod’s always throws the most reasonably-priced, fun and exciting New Year's Eve Party every year. We consistently present Ottawa’s best line-up of bands to close out the year and ring in a new one. It’s part of our philosophy to celebrate New Year's Eve like we celebrate every day of the year; with good people, good music and good cheer. Also featuring Zaphod’s Pan Galactic Bar Staff and festive decorations by Heath & crew.





Learn to Sing Party Songs

Music Studios, 903 Carling Ave. at Sherwood

10 weeks, January 7 to March 11

Thursdays 7:30 to 9:00 pm

Instructor: Ben Russell

Maximum class: size eight students

Ages: Adult

Registration Fee: $210 (non-refundable)

To Register call 613-729-0693 or email info@alcornmusicstudios.com

This has been our most requested course and it is designed for the adult beginner with little or no singing experience. Instructor Ben Russell brings a wealth of real life experience to help you learn to relax, become a confident singer, and have fun! Ben is the lead singer/songwriter, guitarist of the wildly fun & popular Ottawa-based Bluestone Band.

During this 10-week course you will learn the basis of good vocal technique and vocal warm up exercises, work within a group and individually on the most popular party songs. Learn how to "lead" the song, add vocal harmonies, how to blend with a group. Ben has over 600 songs to choose from!

Throughout the class Ben will be giving tips on singing with confidence so at the next party you will have the skills to join in the music, drop in a harmony or lead the singing! The final class will be an "open house."





Blues on the Rideau, a Dinner & Show Fundraiser Series at The Cove Inn, Westport featuring some of Canada’s best blues artists, takes place once month from October to June in the friendly, intimate setting of a cozy country Inn.  Includes a delicious full course buffet dinner plus the Show with proceeds going to support different local charities – all for only $55 tax in.  Advance reservations required.  Shows frequently sell out in advance so book early.
December 18 – JOHNNY MAX BAND  http://www.johnnymaxband.com 
From Toronto - 2008 Juno Award nominee & 3X Maple Blues Award nominee – sweaty blues, R&B, funk & soul
Proceeds to the Westport Area Food Bank
Recorded by TVCOGECO for a future broadcast.
January 15/16 – DAVID ROTUNDO BAND  http://www.davidrotundo.com
From Toronto - Multiple Maple Blues Award nominee & winner of Harmonica Player of the Year – high energy, dancin’ blues!
Proceeds to Westport’s Rideau Vista & St. Edward’s Elementary Schools
February 19/20 – JEROME GODBOO BAND  http://www.jeromegodboo.com
From Toronto - A potent mix of voice, harmonica & electricity – 2009 Maple Blues Harmonica Player of the Year nominee
Proceeds to the Rideau Waterway Land Trust & Friends of Foley Mountain
March 19/20 – JOHN CAMPBELLJOHN BAND  http://www.campbelljohn.ca
From Cape Breton, NS - Sizzling slide guitar rockin’ blues all the way from Cape Breton – a multiple Maple Blues Award nominee
Proceeds to the Westport Lions Club Mobility Van & Compassion Canada Sponsor-A-Child
http://www.electrofi.com and http://www.jackdekeyzer.com
From Detroit & Toronto - The Shah of Detroit blues harp & voice with a hot Toronto band featuring the great Jack de Keyzer on guitar
Proceeds to Westport In Bloom & Habitat For Humanity
May 14/15 – TREASA LEVASSEUR BAND http://www.treasalevasseur.com
From Toronto - Think Etta James, Joni Mitchell, & Dusty Springfield soul, blues, R&B – 3X 2008 Maple Blues Award nominee
Proceeds to Rideau District Museum & Gilda’s Club for Cancer Families
June 19 – DANNY MARKS & THE BLUES ALL STARS http://www.dannym.com
From Toronto - A child prodigy now one of Canada’s best blues guitarist/singer/entertainers backed by an All Star band
Proceeds to the David McCarthy Scholarship Fund
Artists & dates may change. Check the web site or call The Cove as the Show date draws closer.
$55 for dinner & show (taxes & donation to charity included) 
7 pm buffet dinner, Show 8:30 pm to 11 pm
Well-priced accommodation available at The Cove & nearby B&Bs
The historic Cove Inn is located in the beautiful town of Westport on Upper Rideau Lake - a 1.5 hour drive from Ottawa, 45 minutes from Kingston. http://www.coveinn.com

Advance reservations required. Call The Cove (613) 273-3636 & book your tickets now!
Visit http://www.choosetheblues.ca for more info & updates




Kingston Blues Society Monthly Jam

RCHA Club, 193 Ontario St. (big blue door), Kingston ON

3rd Saturday of each month, 9 pm – midnight; $3 at the door

Always one of the best nights of entertainment Kingston has to offer – come early as seating is limited.
Come out and see Mojo Shooter (one of Kingston's best bands) and a special guest each month. Then watch and dance as Mojo Shooter and some of Kingston's best musicians get together and jam the night away.


Regular events

Georgette Fry

Brandees, 178 Ontario Street, Kingston ON

Every Thursday night at 8:30 pm (new start time)

The Ones

Monte’s in the Prince George Hotel, 200 Ontario Street, Kingston ON

Every Thursday night @ 9 pm

Agent Blue

RCHA Club, 193 Ontario St. (big blue door), Kingston ON

First Saturday of each month; early start 8 pm


For more, please contact Kingston Blues Society





On CKCU-FM 93.1

The Mighty 93.1


Community Radio serving the Ottawa Carleton Region

Sundays: 9-11 pm

Black and Blues

with John Tackaberry

The show features a heavy dose of electric blues and rhythm and blues, with the occasional selection of sixties soul. The first hour is dedicated to artist profiles and reviews of recordings on particular labels. In the second hour there is a blues calendar, a rundown of events in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, and interviews with “new and reissued blues and rhythm and blues tracks on wax, alternating with “live blues and R&B for a Sunday night” in the last half hour of the show. On the last Sunday of every month, the show goes “down in the delta” for a selection of acoustic blues tracks in the final half hour of the program.


Wednesdays: 9-11 pm

In A Mellow Tone

with Ron Sweetman

Jazz from every era & every style – from 1917 to 2008. Each program features an artist, group, instrument, event, city or record label. Check out Ron’s website www.inamellowtone.com for info on upcoming shows and playlists (current show is posted several days in advance and past shows are archived). Ron is always happy to hear from listeners at ronsweetman@kalixo.com

This week, December 16 – Contemporary Big Bands: Make the acquaintance of The Aggregation, Fred Hess Big Band, Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, Palermo Big Band, Barry Romberg Ensemble and Southland Big Band.

Next week, December 23 – Jimmy Yancey: The recordings of Jimmy Yancey, “The Father of Blues Piano”, whose piano playing was beautifully simple and simply beautiful. We’ll play his recordings from May 1939, October 1939, September 1940, December 1943, June 1951 and July 1951.


Mondays, 2-7 am

Rockin’ the Blues

with Diane Wells

Every early Monday morning Diane plays … what else? rockin’ blues!


On CBC Radio Two 103.3 FM

Saturdays: 6-8 pm

On CBC Radio One 91.5 FM

Saturdays: 9-11 pm

Saturday Night Blues


Host Holger Petersen has been a broadcaster, record producer, album collector, and serious blues fan for over 30 years. His collection of blues records numbers in the thousands. On Saturday Night Blues each week you’ll hear a mix of classic blues from the ‘Petersen Vaults’, concerts, interviews, artist features, new releases, plus anything that boogies, jumps, or swings, plus your requests from the Bluesline.


On CJHR 98.7 Valley Heritage Radio

Thursdays, 8-10 pm

Got The Blues

Pat Watters has been hosting this blues only radio show for the last 2+ years. It can be heard throughout the Ottawa Valley (except downtown Ottawa).




ALWAYS check local listings to confirm.

On BRAVO – http://www.bravo.ca

Tuesday, December 15 @ 7:30 am – Rhythm, Roots and Soul

Long Walk to Nowhere, Broken Joe (2008): This series profiles R&B, soul, gospel and roots musicians through their words and music. Mako Funasaka documents a moment in time of these wonderful musicians from many different musical genres. This episode features the members of Broken Joe -- Joe Toole, Jerome Godboo and Alec Fraser.

Tuesday, December 15 @ 8 am – Talkin' Blues

Sonny Landreth (2005): Series exploring the world of contemporary blues music. This episode features a profile of soulful Louisiana vocalist and slide-guitar virtuoso Sonny Landreth.

Tuesday, December 22 @ 7:30 am – Rhythm, Roots and Soul

In Good We trust, Harry Manx & Kevin Breit (2008): This series profiles R&B, soul, gospel and roots musicians through their words and music. Mako Funasaka documents a moment in time of these wonderful musicians from many different musical genres. This episode features Harry Manx and Kevin Breit.

Tuesday, December 22 @ 8 am – Talkin’ Blues

Heritage Blues Festival (2005): Series exploring the world of contemporary blues music. This episode features an interview with Bruce Wheeler of West Virginia's Heritage Blues Festival, a conversation with Journey's Neal Schon and a performance by Montreal's Dawn Tyler Watson.

Tuesday, December 22 @ 7:30 am – Rhythm, Roots and Soul

Keep on Believing/Lou Pride (2007): This series profiles R&B, soul, gospel and roots musicians through their words and their music. Mako Funasaka documents a moment in time of these wonderful musicians from many different musical genres. This episode features Chicago R&B soul musician, Lou Pride.

Tuesday, December 29 @ 8 am – Talkin’ Blues

Blues Cruise (2005): Series exploring the world of contemporary blues music. This episode features an interview with Roger Naber, promoter of the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise, as well as artists and fans who took part in the 2005 event; also, the music of David Maxwell and Zac Harmon.

Tuesday, January 5 @ 7:30 am – Rhythm, Roots and Soul

Blind Boys of Alabama (2007): This series profiles R&B, soul, gospel and roots musicians through their words and their music. Mako Funasaka documents a moment in time of these wonderful musicians from many different musical genres. This episode features The Blind Boys of Alabama.

Tuesday, January 5 @ 8 am – Talkin’ Blues

Julian Fauth (2005): Series exploring the world of contemporary blues music. This episode features multi-talented artist Julian Fauth, who shares his thoughts on the blues.

Thursday, January 7 @ 9 am - Long John Baldry: In the Shadow of the Blues (2006)
The life and legacy of guitarist and singer Long John Baldry is examined in this one-hour documentary. Baldry played a key role in the growth of the British rhythm and blues movement, and led bands in the mid-1960s that featured Rod Stewart and Elton John, both of whom are interviewed in the documentary. In the `80s, Baldry emigrated to Canada, living first in Toronto and then in Vancouver, where he died in 2005.




Thursday, December 24

Trevor Finlay’s Annual Christmas Eve Acoustic Afternoon @ Tucson’s, 1-5 pm

Saturday, December 26

Loudlove @ the Rainbow, 9:30 pm

Sunday, December 27

Jam with River City Junction @ the Rainbow, 4-7 pm

Wednesday, December 30

Maria Hawkins Annual Pre-New Year’s Eve Bash @ the Rainbow, 9:30 pm

Thursday, December 31

New Year’s Eve Party with Quicksand @ Tucson’s, 9:15 pm



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