09 January 2017

Ottawa Blues This Week - 9 January 2017

It’s always wise to check with
the venue to confirm the show!
Ria Reece Band
Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street
Sunday, January 15, 6-9 pm

The Ria Reece Band is Contemporary Blues. Powerful and soulful, Ria’s haunting vocals take center stage. Among many, the band’s most notable influences are the Classic R&B sounds of Etta James and Marvin Gaye; and the more modern sounds of Soul-Rock bands such as Alabama Shakes and Vintage Trouble.
Friday & Saturday, January 13-14
Al Tambay @ Whispers
Saturday, January 14
Drew Nelson @ the Atomic Rooster, 4-8 pm
Sunday, January 15
Clint Everson Band hosts the Open Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 3:30 pm

(almost) EVERY WEEK
The Jam @ Kaffé 1870, Wakefield QC
Every Wednesday @ 9 pm, no cover
6 rotating hosts, each specializing in a different genre
John Carroll
Chateau Lafayette (The Laff), 42 York Street
Wednesdays, 8 pm
Irene’s Blues AllStars 
Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street
Thursdays, 9 pm – 1 am; no cover
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, this weekly Thursday night jam features Corky Kealey on drums with Vince Halfhide on bass and 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 its continuing popularity. 
Hosted by Corky Kealey and Vince Halfhide.
Special guests: 
          January 12 – Peter Newsom
          January 19 – Luke Ambridge
          January 26 – Chuck Karn
          February 2 – Niel Barrington
          February 9 – Genevieve Freynet
          February 16 – Drew Nelson
          February 23 – Jim Cochrane
Weekly jazz jam
Options Jazz Lounge, Brookstreet Hotel, Kanata
Thursdays, 7-11 pm; no cover
“… February 11, was the third anniversary of weekly jazz jams at the Brookstreet Hotel's Options Jazz Lounge in Kanata – and the HML Trio will be keeping the music going, as they have from the beginning.
There are not many jams that last without a break for that long, and with the same host band. But the Ottawa jazz trio – Jamie Holmes on drums, Alex Moxon on guitar, and J.P. Lapensée on electric bass – has built a steady following for the Thursday jam, week in and week out.”
Check out the full article on this jam at
The Allaire Show
            with John Allaire & special guests
Quinn’s Ale House, 1070 Bank Street
Last Saturday of the month, 3-5 pm
Songs and stories from around the world.
Open Blues Jam
Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street
Every Sunday, 4-7 pm; cover $3 (jammers free)
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).
Sunday Blues, 6-9 pm, no cover
Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street (at MacLaren)
24th Edition of Virée Blues Boréale **CANCELLED**
Blues On Tues         
The Granary Beizli, 3270 County Rd 10, Vankleek Hill ON
Third Tuesday of every month@ 7 pm; $10
Blues On The Rideau
The Cove Inn, Westport ON
Dinner & Show Fundraisers
Once a month 7-11 pm; $65
Full Bios, links to artists’ websites and YOU TUBE videos at www.BluesOnTheRideau.ca
Visit www.coveinn.com for info about the Inn

Blues on the Rideau 2016-17 Lineup
Feb 17 - From Toronto - THE HOGTOWN ALLSTARS
April 21 - From Toronto - JEROME GODBOO BAND 
May 12 - From Vankleek Hill, ON - TERRY GILLESPIE BAND 

BLUES ON THE RIDEAU is produced by Choose The Blues Productions www.choosetheblues.ca 
in cooperation with The Cove Inn, Westport www.coveinn.com  
Sponsored by Jacob’s Creek Wines www.jacobscreek.ca
Perth Brewery www.perthbrewery.ca
DAWG FM Ottawa www.dawgfm.com
Ottawa Blues Society www.ottawabluessociety.com
LAKE 88.1 Perth/Rideau Lakes www.lake88.ca

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The Big Chill (hot tunes for a cold night!)
With The Jivewires
La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins, 333 King Edward Ave
Friday, January 20 @ 7:30 pm; $20 advance (plus HST), $25 at the door (plus HST)
Tickets available at www.folkrum.com 613 715 4931

The Jivewires bring their wild & crazy jump blues show into The Ottawa Community Music Venue (OCMV) to help you warm up on possibly the coldest night of the winter! The Big Chill, a fundraiser for OCMV, takes place in the intimate setting of La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins, and also features music by Kristine St-Pierre and Joan Harrison + Roddy Elias. Here's your best chance to boogie those winter blues off, keep warm and support a great new local arts venue!

The Jives put on a high-energy show of original songs inspired by the great "jump blues" artists of the late ‘40s and early ‘50s like Louis Jordan and wild swing masters like Cab Calloway. With an emphasis on groove, improvisation and social satire, The Jivewires will get you jumpin' like never before!
The Carson Downey Band
Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street
Saturday, January 21 @ 9 pm

Carson is a generous man who will give everything he has while on stage. He’s also done some fantastic things off stage. He’s been across the ocean to Afghanistan to play for the troops and across the bridge to donate his time and talents to local fundraisers. He will “wow” people at both events, not just because of the way he attacks his well-worn Strat, but because he will treat each event with a ton of respect and take time to talk to people in the crowd before and after the show and give “them” an audience! He will listen to their stories and relate to them and then he will say “Thank You” for letting him play! He thanks you for letting him kick the blues in the ass, throwing them to the floor, and stomping on them! Then later, he might drive over them in Brady’s ’66 Impala on the way to the next gig! There will be no time for crying about the Blues, instead Carson may ask you bear witness to the healing powers of the electric guitar, and your slack jaw will gladly nod and smile as cases of “toe tapping” break out all around you. It will be a fun ride that you hope never ends.

So, combine the generous man and with the exceptional guitar player and you’ll smile to yourself as you sit there catch one of Carson’s sets. You’ll smile because something will resonate with you. Something familiar and warm, for you see, when you do catch Carson playing, you temporarily become part of the Carson Downey Family. It’s a big family, that’s full of love and passion fueled by music and energy. And you want some of that, don’t you? Sure, there are only 3 guys on stage, but Carson comes from a very big family of 5 brothers and 4 sisters, so he’s used to sharing and giving, probably more so then others. Thankfully for those of us on the receiving end of his many talents, the pay-off for catching one of Carson’s sets is well worth the effort.
Dawn Tyler Watson
Cabaret La Basoche, Centre Culturel Du Vieux-Aylmer
120 rue Principale, Gatineau QC
Friday, January 27 @ 8 pm

La « reine du blues » vient présenter son nouvel album, Jawbreaker, sur lequel le Ben Racine Band a collaboré. Sur scène, ces talentueux artistes sont réunis au plus grand plaisir des spectateurs de Gatineau qui les suivent fidèlement depuis de nombreuses années. Au programme : de la virtuosité vocale, des prouesses musicales, une énergie brute, une complicité palpable et des rythmes blues, soul, R & B, swing et gospel des plus entraînants. Qui dit mieux?
Music by the Bay Live presents
            Braithwaite & Whiteley
Avalon Lounge at Port Whitby Marina,
Saturday, January 28 @ 8 pm; $30 advance
            Advance tickets www.musicbythebaylive.com
            General admission, cabaret seating

Their first CD collaboration in 2005, “Morning Sun”, garnered rave reviews, extensive air play, and led to multiple Canadian Maple Blues Award nominations, including Album of the year, and Acoustic Act of the year. Their second album, also recorded for the Electro-Fi label, “Night Bird Blues” was extremely well received, with great reviews and airplay internationally. It led to them being awarded 3 Maple Blues Awards in January 2010, including being recognized as Songwriters Of The Year. Their third Electro-Fi release, “DeltaPhonic”, led to more Maple Blues Awards, and reached number 1 on B.B. Kings Bluesville XM Sirius satellite radio network. Collectively they have been awarded 9 Maple Blues Awards and 6 JUNO nominations.

Supporting Diana & Chris will be members of Downchild Gary Kendall, Pat Carey, Michael Fonfara and Mike Fitzpatrick.
Morgan Davis
Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street
Sunday, January 29, 6-9 pm

For 45 years, Morgan Davis has been on the road travelling across Canada, the United States and Europe. His performances draw from a rich tradition of country blues, as well as his own contemporary songs infused with wit and a large dose of humour. Morgan’s passion for the Blues has never wavered … and he fully expects to be on the road for the rest of his life.
Leyla McCalla Band
Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street
Friday, February 10

The New Orleans blues & Cajun sensation. Leyla McCalla’s new album “A Day For The Hunter, A Day For The Prey” takes its title from a book of the same name that the singer and cellist read while pregnant with her first daughter. Taking its title in turn from a Haitian proverb, the book analyzes the intersection of politics, power and music in Haiti. McCalla, a former member of The Carolina Chocolate Drops, who now calls New Orleans home, was struck by how political crisis can create a scene for music to be born. Through deeply felt originals and interpretations of traditional songs from Creole, Cajun, Haitian, American folk and jazz canons, the album depicts a diverse American experience and Leyla’s struggles with and acceptance of her own identity. “A Day For The Hunter, A Day For The Prey” includes guests Rhiannon Giddens (a bandmate in the Carolina Chocolate Drops), guitarist Marc Ribot, fiddler Louis Michot of Lost Bayou Ramblers and more. The work of Ella Jenkins, Manno Charlemagne, Abner Jay, creole fiddlers Canray Fontenot and Bebe Carriere have all been interpreted here by Leyla and her band, whose members include her husband, Daniel Tremblay, and Free Feral. They are joined by Jason Jurzak on bass and sousaphone. The album was recorded at Dockside Studios in Maurice, LA. Leyla will tour this spring and summer and perform at The Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans and Festival International de Louisiane in Lafayette. She is also a part of the Swimming In Dark Waters tour featuring Rhiannon Giddens and Bhi Bhiman that is currently on the road. In a rave for Leyla's 2013 solo debut, the New York Times said: "Her voice is disarmingly natural, and her settings are elegantly succinct...her magnificently transparent music holds
tidings of family, memory, solitude and the inexorability of time: weighty thoughts handled with the lightest touch imaginable." Says Pitchfork, “Her playing suggests a perpetual spring…her voice is a velvety purr that’s both wise and bright.”

Tix here: 
Clint Everson Band
            CD release
Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street
Saturday, February 11

Clint has been playing music in the Ottawa area for over 20 years in various bands. From his humble beginnings in a local cover band to playing along side some of the greatest players this city has to offer, Clint has taken inspiration from so many sources. His style is eclectic with a bit of bite, dripping with blues.

Get Tix here: 
Jordan Officer
NAC Studio, 1 Elgin Street
Thursday, February 16 @ 8 pm; $33

Jordan Officer keeps seducing the audience on both sides of the Atlantic, accompanied by two musicians. His album “Blue Skies” presents the sum total of everything that defines this artist, both intellectually and instinctively. According to Jordan, “This album expresses all the shades of all the colours that inhabit my soul. Blues for sure, but also the jazz of my roots, country music, rock ’n’ roll. My instrument and my voice – nothing is taken for granted. Everything is there. This was not my original plan, but “Blue Skies” is everything that I am. For the first time ever.”
Paul DesLauriers Band
Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street
Friday, February 17

Following up on the success of their self-titled album from 2014, the Paul DesLauriers Band returns with the aptly titled “Relentless”, a genuine blues-rock escapade featuring 10 new songs encompassing their most original and powerful work to date. Relentless indeed if you consider the pace at which the band has been working for the last two years with touring, writing and recording. The awards they keep racking up only confirm that hard work pays off. Adding to their multiple Maple Blues and Lys Blues awards and nominations they had a number one album on the iTunes Canada Blues Chart and in January 2016 they took home 2nd Place among 119 competing bands from around the world at the 32nd annual International Blues Challenge, held by the Blues Foundation in Memphis. Hot on the heels of that win they returned to Montreal to complete writing and recording Relentless and the result captures the very essence of The Paul DesLauriers Band.

A true collaborative effort on every front, singer-guitarist Paul DesLauriers, bassist Greg Morency and drummer Sam Harrisson approached this recording the same way they have in the past, three men playing together in the same room, capturing performances live off the floor; and this time they applied that philosophy to the whole creative process, writing and arranging all the music together from the ground up. Lyrics were penned by DesLauriers and long-time collaborator Alec McElcheran. Each member a virtuoso in his own right, what sets this power trio apart is their chemistry and uncanny musical interaction. Through the driving riffs on “Stewtro Rock (Just Got Back)” and “Ten Feet Tall”, the swampy grooves of “I’m Your Man” and “Still Under My Skin” and the heavy blues of “If I Still Had You”, you sense the power, the intention and most of all the unique sound these three have created. Heaviness is interspersed with funk, fun and cheeky double-entendre in tracks like “Gonna Make You Move (Part 1)” and “We Just Might”, the complexities of relationships and a life of chasing the muse are discussed candidly in numbers such as “Wipes Away Your Sin” and “Up In The Air”. Through every track, the personalities shine through, but what is most striking is the unity and the maturity radiating from this trio at the top of their game.
If the last album, 2014’s award-winning self-titled release, solidified the band’s stance in the Canadian blues scene, this album as well as their remarkable achievements over the last two years cements their position as one of the top Canadian blues-rock acts and will maximize their influence on the international stage.

Tix here: 
Harry Manx
NAC Theatre, 1 Elgin Street
Saturday, February 18 @ 7:30 pm; $39

“Mysticssippi” blues man Harry Manx has been called an “essential link” between the music of East and West, creating musical short stories that wed the tradition of the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas. He has created a unique sound that is hard to forget and deliciously addictive to listen to. Harry forged his distinctive style by studying at the feet of the masters, first as a sound man in the blues clubs of Toronto during his formative years and then under a rigorous tutelage with Vishwa Mohan Bhatt in India. Bhatt is the inventor of the 20-stringed Mohan Veena, which has become Harry’s signature instrument.

Manx is a prolific artist, releasing 12 albums in a 12-year span with no signs of stopping. He has received seven Maple Blues Awards, six Juno nominations, the Canadian Folk Music Award in 2005 for Best Solo Artist and won CBC Radio’s “Great Canadian Blues Award” in 2007.
Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer & MonkeyJunk
Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orleans
Wednesday, February 22 @ 8 pm

First off on this double bill, a blues band for true blues fans who appreciate raw riffs, rough soul and deep roots. Matthew Rogers on drums and guitar (the “axe”) and Shawn Hall on vocals and harmonica (the mouth “harp”) are behind the gritty sound that’s steeped in the electric groove blues of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer has been nominated for multiple Maple Blues Awards and won Blues Act of the Year at the SiriusXM Indies. The duo has toured the major festival circuit including SXSW, and Folk Fests, Blues Fests, and Jazz Fests across the country, impressing crowds with their signature fervor.

Rounding out the night is Ottawa-based band MonkeyJunk with a bluesy blend of swampy roots-rock. Each an established musician in his own right, the MonkeyJunk trio has won a collective 20 Maple Blues Awards, two Canadian Independent Music Awards, a Blues Music Award (USA), a Juno, and a passionate following of fans designated “MonkeyJunkies”.

This show will have audiences stompin’ and howlin’ for more. 
Blues & Company
Portsmouth Tavern, 95 Yonge Street, Kingston ON
Saturday, January 14, 8 pm – midnight; $10 at the door

Winner of the 2017 Ottawa Blues Society 'Road To Memphis' Challenge, these guys put on a great show – come out and see some real blues.
Blues & Company is a three-piece blues band from the Ottawa area. With a set list that mixes driving, and hook oriented original songs, with old school blues covers, this trio will have you addicted to their groove from the first note. They are an electric, roots, and contemporary blues band. They pull from influences like Freddie, B.B., and Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters and so many other legendary artists. This high-energy trio Combines Hendrix-esqe psychedelic electric blues with Chicago style roots and will lay down a boogie that is second to none!
This is a fund raiser to help cover their expenses for their trip to Memphis at the end of January- all proceeds from the show go to the band.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bihs62sXhs  - classic – Shake Your Moneymaker
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02tZ0EtYXEs – another classic – Who Do You Love
Samantha Martin and Delta Sugar
RCHA Club 193 Ontario Street
Friday, January 20, 9 pm – midnight; $15

One of the hottest bands in the country, they were the opening act for 2016 Limestone Blues Festival. Samantha has been nominated for 2016 Maple Blues Award - Best Female Artist Award (my prediction is that by the time of our show, she will have won the award).
Her vocal influences come from Mavis Staples, Tina Turner and Etta James with inspiration from the Blues, Gospel, R&B, Funk and Roots. Backed by her Delta Sugar singers and their excellent band they will have you falling in love with them and their music in no time at all.
http://samanthamartinmusic.com/video/  - check out these must see videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhesNDdl8ds – Ike and Tina Turner’s River High Mountain Deep
Ginger St. James
RCHA Club 193 Ontario St
Friday, January 27, 9 pm – midnight; $15 (2 for $25 special offer)

With her sultry and powerful voice, her sassy and commanding stage presence, and a repertoire that blends blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll, Ginger St. James packs a lot of entertainment into her petite frame. She has opened for Robert Gordon, Johnny Reid, The Blasters, Reverend Horton Heat and Sleepy LaBeef. “She’s saucy. She’s slinky. And she’s sultry… She’s Ginger St. James. And when she sings you know you’re hearing something special.” 
Canada’s Queen of Honky Tonk and Rockabilly Blues
Female Vocalist of the Year - 2015 Hamilton Music Awards
Best Female Artist - View Magazine 2008-2014 – 6 years in a row!
9 pm – midnight; $15 (2 for $25 special offer)
KBS Monthly Jam
The Standeasy
RCHA Club, 193 Ontario Street, Kingston ON
Third Saturday each month @ 8:30 pm, $3 at the door

The KBS monthly jam is always full and both the musicians and the audience always have a great time. Always one of the best nights of entertainment Kingston has to offer – come early as seating is limited. Sponsored by the Kingston Arts Council and the City of Kingston.
For more info, please contact Kingston Blues Society
DAWGFM.com Blues 24/7 on the internet

Sundays, 8-9 pm: Ottawa Blues Society DAWG’ON BLUES
(Repeated Mondays, 2-3 pm and Thursdays, 9-10 am)
Each week OBS hosts keep you up to date on what’s happening on the Ottawa area blues scene, play some great blues from local bands and showcase regional, Canadian talent and international blues talent.
This week, January 15 – OBS DAWG’ON BLUES – Blues Music Award nominees with Liz Sykes
Next week, January 22 – OBS DAWG’ON BLUES with Steve Lund

Sundays, 7-8 pm: INSIDE THE BLUES
(Repeated Tuesdays, 8-9 am & Fridays 2-3 pm)
with James Doran
Inside The Blues features music and interesting backgrounder information on today’s top Blues artists with a strong focus on Canadian talent mixed in with some great Blues classics. All Shows are archived on www.insidetheblues.ca after broadcast and can be listened to there at any time. 
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.
Wednesdays: 9-11 pm
In A Mellow Tone
Hosted by Bernard Stepien, Ron Steeds, Allan Wigney, Jean-Michel Labatut and Aidian Thomas, ‘In A Mellow Tone’ introduces listeners to the entire history of jazz, from its beginnings to the latest innovations. Every program has a focus; on a musician, a city, a festival, an instrument, a record label or on recent releases. The hosts draw on their large personal CD and LP collections to supplement CKCU's extensive resources.
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 35 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.
And check out SNB videos here http://www.cbc.ca/snb/video/
The Bluesmobile with Elwood Blues, CHEZ FM 106.1
Sundays 6-7 pm; Wednesdays 11 pm – midnight
On CJHR 98.7 Valley Heritage Radio
Thursdays, 8-10 pm
Got The Blues
Pat Watters is your host for this blues only radio show, now in its 7th year.  It can be heard throughout the Ottawa Valley and streaming on the internet at valleyheritageradio.ca.
NPR from Canton NY
For those who live south of the city, OBS member Bob Cavan notes that the National Public Radio (NPR) radio signal at 89.5 FM in Canton NY comes in pretty strong in Manotick. Bob recommends two shows in particular. Bob says “The Blue Note” Tuesdays 3 pm-5 pm, and “The Radio Bob Show” Wednesdays 3 pm-5 pm are both excellent shows – blues, ‘50s & ‘60s, rock & roll, R&B.
Sunday Morning Soul
with Johnny Max
Check www.sundaymorningsoul.com for times … and you can hear the best in Brand New Blues, Roots, Soul and R&B, each and every Sunday morning.
Unsung and On The Side
With Carolyn Fe
Tuesdays, 7-9 pm
Re-broadcast Saturday 10 am – noon & Sunday 2-4 pm (all times EST)
It’s all about the Blues, Jazz and its derivatives from around the globe and just around the corner. Songs rarely heard, from the very first recordings all the way to indie artists who consciously push the envelope to the next generation sounds of the genre; some older releases will be spun - just because the album in old, doesn't mean it's forgotten, thus the "On The Side" part of the show's title. 
Streaming great Blues, Roots, Soul, R&B, Folk, East Coast and Celtic music across Canada and around the world 24/7/365.
Check out their Canadian Blues shows and hosts, including James Doran’s ‘Inside The Blues’, Brant Zwicker’s ‘At The Crossroads’, along with Mark Stenzler's ‘Blues Zeppelin’ from Switzerland … and lots more Canadian and international Blues shows. 
"Spektakel" with MissRepresentIT
Airs on Radio Tonkuhle
Every 2nd Saturday of the month @ 11 am EST
Live stream on www.tonkuhle.de
Infos and and playlists are on her blog at www.abroadcom.net
Friday, January 20
The Big Chill with the Jivewires @ La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins, 7:30 pm
JW-Jones @ the Rainbow, 9:30 pm
The Back Beat @ Hurley’s, Kanata, 9:30 pm
Saturday, January 21
Little Dog & Blast From The Sun @ Bar Robo, 8 pm
Ball & Chain & the Wreckers @ Kaffé 1870, Wakefield, 9 pm
The Jesse Greene Band @ Irene’s Pub, 9:30 pm
John Carroll @ the Atomic Rooster, 10 pm
Sunday, January 22
Jimmy Cochrane hosts the Open Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 3:30 pm
Bella Cat @ the Atomic Rooster, 6-9 pm
Sunday, January 29
River City Junction hosts the Open Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 3:30 pm
Friday, February 3
John Fuoco Band @ the Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield, 8:30 pm
Friday, February 10
Backtalk Organ Sextet @ Irene’s Pub
The Back Beat @ Buster’s Bar & Grill, 9 pm
Saturday, February 11
Clint Everson CD release @ the Rainbow
The Kingmakers @ Irene’s Pub
Sunday, February 12
Lyle Odjick & Northern Steam @ the Atomic Rooster, 6-9 pm
Saturday, February 25
Mardi Gras Party with Ball and Chain & the Wreckers and the Vanier Playboys @ Irene’s
Friday, March 3
Anders Drerup Band @ the Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield, 8:30 pm
Saturday, March 4
Grievous Angel Band @ the Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield, 8:30 pm


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