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It was the first night of the Arboretum Festival 2017. This year the festival took place at Rideau Pines Farm. I had a great time at the new location and see familiar faces! Un Blonde (Pretty nice intimate set!) Video clips of @unblonde at @arboretum...

Here is who I saw at day 2 of Capitol Hill Block Party. It was an alright lineup for a Saturday. There were a few acts that were great but I left after Whitney’s set since they were the ones I wanted to see. Didn’t see the headliner, Lord...

This was my first time attending Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party. Three-day event that takes place in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill filled with great live acts from big names to local acts in various stages. Here were the acts th...

So you may have heard, I am going to be heading up to Seattle for the Capitol Hill Block Party. The festival which takes over six city blocks and runs for 3 days (July 21 -23) celebrating Seattle’s iconic arts and music center. It is an excuse for...

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.

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!