TRANSCANADARADIO is proud to celebrate Canada’s Current Cultural artists and their locations! Traveling across Canada’s vast surface and finding the best of the under and above-ground artists, and where to check them out in your favorite Canadian city! Pack your bags! We’re going on a road trip!
Biz Markie is coming to Ottawa soon and will be playing Babylon on Saturday, December 20th. Twenty years after the man born Marcel Hall’s absurdly catchy hip-hop/R&B hybrid Just a Friend conquered the airwaves, it seems Biz Markie is only now set to make his first appearance in Capital City.
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This is going to be a great show so if you’re in Ottawa I suggest checking it out. Show starts at 10pm. See you at Babylon!
Title: Stars Location: Toronto Link out: Click here Date: 2008-12-08
In my other life, I cover the mobile technology scene, and happened to be in Toronto for Telus’ launch of the BlackBerry Storm. You wouldn’t expect to find one of Canada’s most preeminent bands at such an event, but Stars were there to rock the house and seriously up the cool factor. I was able to snag a few videos before my camera died. You can see the rest after the brand viagra jump, and I’ve posted Stars upcoming shows below.
Thursday December 11th, 2008 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
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Saturday December 13th, 2008 Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Join CBC host Alan Neal for an eclectic triple bill concert featuring four Ottawa musicians. The concert will be recorded for national broadcast on CBC Radio Two’s Canada Live! Linsey Wellman (saxophones), Mike Essoudry (drumset, percussion), Adam Duncan (guitar) and Megan Jerome (voice, piano) are graduates from the music programs at Carleton and Ottawa Universities, and are now enjoying the spaces and flavors between traditional music categories. cheap canadian viagra The concert takes place at the University of Ottawa, in Frieman Hall (Perez Building), on Sunday December 14, at 2:00pm (doors open at 1:30pm). Continue reading about the upcoming live concert on CBC Radio 2
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Title: Girl Talk Location: Toronto Link out: Click here Date: 2008-11-12
Girl Talk is the club kid superstar that brought us all those insane mashups featuring more artists than could fit on an iPod. His 4th album, Feed the Animals, is out right now and if you pay over $10, then you are pre-ordering a physical copy of the CD, which will be out later. I’m looking forward to when he touches down in Toronto on November 12th and then follows up in Montreal the next day.
Happy Canada Day, fellow Canadians! And to the rest of my readers, happy Tuesday!
If you’re Canadian, you already know that we celebrate nearly everything with music! So, here at TransCanada Radio, we want to know — are you celebrating Canada Day in style? Seeing some of the awesome music that this country has to offer? Tell us about your Canada Day musical adventures – we’re dying to hear all about it!
And now, for your viewing pleasure, here are some of Canada’s biggest and best put together into three cool music mix videos! Be sure to check it out!
That’s right, folks, we’ll be there! And we hope you will be too! The Ottawa International Jazz Festival is the National Capital Region’s premier music event. Entering its twenty-eighth year of consecutive programming and operation, the Ottawa International Jazz Festival is the second longest continuous- running jazz festival in Canada, and boasts the biggest loyal audience of any event in eastern Ontario! It is known to have presented some of the most dynamic jazz artists on the scene today from the traditional to the avant-garde.
So be there or be square, ya dig? All the hep cats will be there, man. Watch for us and be sure to say hi!
Bambi here — your fearless blogger — braving the wilds of a downtown hotel’s tv lounge to bring you this post.
I have arrived! Left on the train to Toronto at 8:30am, settled in to the nearly bare train with my laptop and headphones and schemed and scheduled all the great interviews, live show reviews, and networking I’m going to be doing for the next four days. The week’s going to be packed full of things to do and see and hear!
When I arrive, I hailed a cab and drove twenty minutes to my lodgings — a $10 cab ride! I’m amazed by that… in Ottawa that would have been at least $30. Dropped my stuff off in my room and ventured back out on the town to check out the venues and to time how long it took me to get from one to the next. It was a lot of walking but was totally doable. Not many other cities can boast scenes like Toronto can!
I ended Day One with a cold beer with friends and a tour via car of the venues I hadn’t yet located in my treasure hunt.
Day Two begins at… 2am! Yep, that’s right! I’ll be back out again at 2am to see White Cowbell Oklahoma at The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern! Though not Canadian (though many members are), they’re rocking the kickoff NXNE show and I absolutely love these guys, so I’ll be there front row centre – will you?
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This stylish singer/songwriter is about to release her debut EP Hold Onto Myself with songs produced by Jim Huff (Edwin, Headstones), Mike K, CJ Eiriksson (Matchbox 20, Rob Zombie), and Michael Raphael (NEVE). Continue reading ‘The Best of NXNE: Sabrina Korva’
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