The Jerry Cans played a packed house at Ottawa’s 27 Club on Monday.
The Nunavut roots rockers started out with a jig led by violinist Gina Burgess, kicking off a night of fun folk-rock that combined East Coast fiddling with Inuktitut-language lyrics and Inuit throat singing.
Kevin Smith brought his Jay and Silent Bob Reboot to Ottawa on Monday.
Iskwē played an electrifying, intimate show at the National Arts Centre last night.
Broadway Across Canada kicked off a new decade by bringing Waitress to Ottawa. Based on Adrienne Shelly’s 2007 film, the musical is a heartwarming tale of friendship, regrets and new beginnings.
Ottawa’s 27 Club hosted a hat trick of Australian rock bands Thursday night.
Combing through their records while writing their coming-of-age memoir High School, indie pop duo Tegan and Sara stumbled upon old tapes of some of their earliest musical compositions.
This past weekend, I hopped on a red-eye Greyhound to attend the Frightmare in the Falls horror convention in lovely Niagara Falls, Ontario, which featured the stars of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th, Cujo, Reanimator, and Return of the Living Dead (as well as punk rocker Marky Ramone)
Ottawa’s 27 Club hosted a rock-n-roll Halloween party Friday night, headlined by stoner punks Goodbye Honolulu.
Ex-Misfits frontman Michale Graves gave a ghoulishly good show at Mavericks Tuesday night, playing songs from his American Psycho and Famous Monsters albums.
Prism rocked Ottawa’s Brass Monkey Thursday night.
Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie brought their Twins of Evil tour to Ottawa this Friday.
Comedian Tom Green celebrated his pending birthday with a pair of sold-out shows in his hometown.