Full catalogue of photos can be found here. THE LAZYS CANADIAN HALF MAST BLUES TOUR A lot of Ottawans were heartbroken when The Bear left the airwaves, but what they didn’t know was that it was going to make way for a brand new ‘real rock’ radio station – Rebel 101.7. The independent station has … Continue reading The Lazys, Inire & Taming Sari @ The Brass Monkey
Full review can be found here. The Lazys Inire
Full review of the festival can be found here. Against Me! Bikini Kill Patti Smith Village People Neck Deep Pennywise Senses Fail The Get Up Kids Blink 182 Violent Femmes Anthrax Rise Against Slayer The Struts The Raconteurs Off-Stage Sights
A full catalog of photos from the festival can be found here. The first night of Riot Fest 2019 set a high bar for the rest of the festival, just for it to be repeatedly jumped right over throughout the weekend, with no hesitation. The festival was celebrating its 15th birthday and it made sure … Continue reading Riot Fest Celebrates 15 Years!
Ottawa’s festival season has been growing rapidly over the last decade and Mill Street’s Hopped & Confused festival is just one example of how with this growth, the city and festival organizers have not lost sight of keeping Ottawa’s festival standards top-notch. DINE ALONE RECORDS & MILL STREET BREWERY Dine Alone Records, in partnership with Mill Street Brewery really … Continue reading Hopped & Confused 2019
Sloan Cleopatrick Born Ruffians
George Thorogood & The Destroyers Steve Earle & The Dukes Steve Strongman w/Justin Saladino
Putting on a music festival in a small town in Ontario is quite the challenge. To do so as gracefully as Kemptville Live Music Festival has is also quite the feat. George Thorogood The fifth year of this ever-growing festival brought in top-tier acts George Thorogood and the Destroyers and Steve Earle and the Dukes. Past … Continue reading Kemptville Live turns five!
Full catalog of photos from the festival can be found here. Alexisonfire The last days of a festival always leave the attendees with a bittersweet feeling, especially when the lineup is jam-packed with an eclectic mix of acts throughout its 14-day run. The final weekend of RBC Bluesfest 2019 was truly varied, genre-wise. There was … Continue reading Bluesfest 2019 – Closing Weekend
Reviews of the festival can be found here. Alexisonfire The Dirty Nil Buddy Guy Sue Foley The Trews Kygo The Glorious Sons The Psychedelic Furs Ashley MacIsaac Kane Brown Shakey Graves Snoop Dogg Wu-Tang Clan Pussy Riot America Sugar Rayford Francesco Yates