The Soiree & Belgrave @ Raw Sugar Cafe

It was a busy packing show at Raw Sugar Cafe on September 4, 2010.
The weather was changing and it was chilly outside but inside Raw Sugar Cafe was already rock hot.
Despite a distraction by firetrucks, ambulance and the po-po on Somerset. Apparently there was a fire on a building.
Friends and families came out in support to see:

*note the art on the wall is done by Becca Wallace.

Belgrave was the first band to play.
They are from Montreal and their music is indie rock alternative.
I was really impress with their set.
Trevor Boucher who is the lead singer, sounded like The Smiths/Morrissey.
The band didn’t have a EP but they are recording at the moment with the help of Sam Robert’s producer

The Soiree was up to play.
It has been awhile for them to play a show in Ottawa.
Last time it was at Bluesfest where they opened up for Hole.
The band played some of their old material and played new material.
It was a great set and some people were dancing to some of their songs.

Overall it was a great night.
Here are the rest of the photos.
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