Kicking off Day 5 of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017 was Ottawa’s Harea Band. First time seeing them as a 6-piece band and I was like “Damn!” when did they get so groovy with their music?!! I was really impressed!
Caught most of Garielle Shonk performing the City Stage at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. When I say most, it was raining during her set. Which they had to stop for abit until the rain had stop. Still was a wonderful set!
American saxophonist and singer Vanessa Collier graced the Bluesville tent/stage at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. One fiery talented musician!
Rebecca Noelle performed on Day 4 of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. I wasn’t aware that she went out on her own considering she was in the Peptides. Also she was placed #2 on La Voix (Quebec’s version of the Voice). It was a wonderful performance on the City Stage!
Bella Cat performed at Bluesville during RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. Wow can she deliver a tune or what!? Lots of stage presence and was all groovy, funky and dancey!
I wonder if they have taken a page from The Simpsons’ episode? Barbershop Therapy is a fresh new quartet comprised of Bachelor of Music students from the University of Ottawa. Performing music from the older tunes of the 1920s. All dressed up like barbermen from decades long gone. It is something like this we need …
Ottawa’s Sparklesaurus performed on the City Stage at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017.
Ottawa folk group Twin Flames started off Day 4 of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. Performed their wonderful set of folk pop indigenous music. Also the rain came down and people started coming into the Bluesville tent.
I’m going out of order with Day 4 coverage of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. This one took me by surprise, over at the Claridge Homes Stage was American husband-wife duo Johnnyswim. They performed a stripped down acoustic performance of their music which is mostly folk, soul, blues and pop. Promoting their 2016 album Georgica Pond. …
It was a crazy day 4 at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. So I’m jumping ahead and focus on the last band that performed at the Bluesville stage/tent. New York / Israel’s Yonatan Gat played an insane set of punk-psychedelic rock with some afrobeat music. What I loved about that set was they didn’t play on …