2017 has been a fun year for live music. It was very hard choosing what were my favorites in 2017. So I have narrowed it down to the best 17. Let the pictures speak for itself! 1. Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle. Highlights: Run The Jewels, Wolf Parade, Austra, Thundercat, Mura Masa, Perfume Genius, …
Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd performed at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017 on July 15th. Performed at the Bluesville stage to an overwhelming exciting crowd.
Montreal’s dance-funk party band Busty and the Bass performed at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017 on the BlackSheep Inn stage. Promoting their upcoming album Uncommon Good which drops on September 8th. Favorite set from the festival on July 15th.
American musician Delicate Steve performed on the City Stage at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017 on July 15th. Decked out in a stunning blue blazer and pants. Got things going with his blend of folk, psych-rock and surf rock guitar music.
This was my first time seeing Dead Obies at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. They are an experimental hip hop band originating from South Shore, Quebec. Seeing all 6 members on the Blacksheep Inn stage is quite something to see.
Ottawa’s Blakdenim played at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. Performing on the Claridge Homes Stage with their blend of hip-hop, funk, rock and soul. Got the audience moving and shaking in the nice hot weather!
Canadian rock band Wide Mouth Mason performing on Day 9 of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017.
Great way to spend to hear with Ottawa’s Mushy Gushy at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017. It was their first time performing at the festival. Performing tracks from their new EP called More Butter.
Ottawa rock band The Bushpilots performed on the Blacksheep Inn stage at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017.
Ottawa band How Far To Mexico performed at the Bluesville stage on Day 9 of RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017.