From 10pm – 2am
BROWN PAPER BAG PERFORMING LIVE
EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
Friday & Saturday, February 1 & 2 – Trailer for Rent:
This local Ottawa four piece Celtic Rock unit will be tearing it up and putting the party into high gear! Tyree Lush (Celtae) is a powerful singer and great showman – and he always brings it every time he plays! Fiddler extraordinaire Dana Arrowsmith is always in fine form – and this band is going to tear it up – don’t miss out!
Thursday, February 7 – LeMeow:
Infused with soul and smothered in sass, leMeow is quickly carving out their place in Ottawa’s growing indie scene and capturing the attention of some of Canada’s most respected music critics. Radio broadcaster Alan Cross described their first single Evening Blues as “sultry coolness.”
Friday & Saturday, February 8 & 9 – Foundry Jacks:
One of Ottawa’s newest most exciting and energetic live bands, The FoundryJacks have 30 years of combined live performing experience in the nation’s capital. Consisting of Liam O’Connor (Lead Guitar/Vocals) Glen McInnis (Bass/Vocals) and Trevor Bowering (Rhythm Guitar/Vocals), the band brings a strong rock and folk presence along with a touch of east coast flavour.
Thursday, February 14 – Ben Cooper Duo:
Ben Cooper has been a part of the Ottawa music scene for years leading the way at bringing the local scene to the Canadian public. He has written and published music for BMG and has opened for household Canadian names such as 5440, The Trews, Wide Mouth Mason and Jeff Martin of Tea Party. Ben’s acclaimed song writing has led him to winning the 2005 Canadian Music Week Songwriting Competition and the 2003 Emergenza Music Festival. From iconic venues including Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern, Wakefield’s Blacksheep Inn and Ottawa’a Barrymore Musical Hall, to widely-attended festivals such as the Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest, Ben Cooper’s roots as a professional musician have spread both across the region and the airwaves.
Friday & Saturday, February 15 & 16 – TBD
Thursday, February 21 – Kim Sunstrum Duo:
Kimberly Sunstrum is a Queer, Afro-Canadian singer-songwriter from the Ottawa-Gatineau region. Growing up in both Botswana and Canada throughout her formative years, she listened to a mix of South African pop hits, classic R&B, old-time country and American Motown: genre styles that are present and evident in her music.
Friday & Saturday, February 22 & 23 – Sam Timmins Band:
a singer/songwriter born and raised in small town Canada just outside of Ottawa. Sam has been writing and performing since the age of twelve. Her power house vocals and seasoned stage presence are in high demand in the Ottawa and surrounding area. Sam performs regularly with local bands (The Wild Vines, Sticks ‘n Stones, Ilvekyo) and is a sought after session vocalist.
Thursday, February 28 – Kyle Ivan Duo:
Kyle Ivan is a refreshing new face to the singer-songwriter scene in Ottawa, Canada. Often compared to such talents as Shawn Mendes, Passenger, and Bruno Mars, Kyle’s lyrics range from elation to heartbreak, entwined in pop-infused melodies. He is no stranger to the stage playing over 100 shows every year. Whether it’s a dead silent room listening to his story while sitting on the floor, or someone from the crowd pouring a beer down his throat after an improvised verse, he delivers. Keep an eye out for Kyle this summer as he tours Ontario, PEI, and Europe, followed by the release of his debut EP in 2019.