Its around 3am and I just got back to my friend’s place in the pouring rain. I didn’t get a chance to go to the Opening night for NXNE. I went to the Drake Hotel and check out J.J. Ipsen The D’Urbervilles Lioness Woodhands All I have to say that I had a fun time …
I had a interesting night. I wasn’t expecting to see Martha Wainwright again. Last time I saw her play was at Bluesfest. Thanks to my brother who won the tickets from CBC Radio 3(Who says CBC doesn’t give away good things? Support Radio 3 and good things might come).
December 12, 2008 was a memorable night at Barrymore’s. Besides the buses being on strike, that couldn’t ruin a great show. It was a home welcoming show for Ottawa’s favorite band The Acorn. Also playing was Sleeping Pilot and Ohbijou.
I decided on a spur of the moment and watch Stars play the 2nd night show in Ottawa. I didn’t go for the first sold out show because I went to see Two Hours Traffic instead. [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157610271542359″]
Last night I went to see The Stills. They were amazing. I wasn’t familiar with them but it was an amazing show. Sang old ones and of course new songs from their new album coming very soon Besdies being hot inside Zaphods it was a great show. Here are the images: Here is the setlist from …
Zaki Ibrahim play at Ottawa’s Zaphod Beeblebrox
Yesterday went to the Carleton Tavern It was Kelp Records 14th Anniversary Jim Bryson came and did a afternoon show
Last night I went to see Cadence Weapon and Buck 65 at the Bronson Centre It was an amazing show Cadence rocked the show. So did Buck 65. Kind of surprised it wasn’t a packed sold out show. Maybe it wasn’t promoted well in Ottawa. Here are photos NOTE: they were taken from my digicam …
Photos from the show at Barrymores on April 18, 2008. RUBY COAST: THE WINTER GLOVES: Tokyo Police Club
Just got back from Barrymore’s Music Hall in Ottawa. Saw three bands Ruby Coast, The Winter Gloves and of course Tokyo Police Club. Of course Tokyo Police Club is the “buzz” band at the moment. Overall it was an amazing show.