Comedians Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice don’t so much “do stand-up,” as re-hash decades of grievances in front of a bloodthirsty audience.
The two cult comics, who grew up together in the suburbs of Toronto and had their lifelong friendship tested (if not destroyed) in their depraved reality competition show Kenny vs. Spenny, played a packed house at Yuk Yuk’s Ottawa Wednesday night.
Bluesfest went out with a power chord, with punk headliners Rise Against following a diverse line-up of Canadian rock bands on the festival’s final night.
The penultimate day of Bluesfest featured some of the best performances of the entire festival.
Canadian country rockers Blue Rodeo headlined Bluesfest Thursday night.
Juno-winning band The Strumbellas played a delightful set at Bluesfest Sunday evening.
Pop sensation Shawn Mendes drew the biggest crowd yet at Bluesfest Saturday night.
This year’s Bluesfest was kicked off with an awesome show by Canadian icon Bryan Adams.
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Anyone walking past Parliament Hill Friday evening was treated to a preview of the Arkells’s headlining performance at the 2018 Canada Day ceremonies.
Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach rocked a sold-out crowd at Barrymore’s on Wednesday.
Acclaimed artist Iskwé captivated at Ottawa’s Glowfair street festival Friday night.
Juno-winning rockers The Beaches played The 27 Club Friday night, demonstrating why they’re one of the hottest bands on the Canadian music scene.