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JIM BRYSON - " The Depression Dance "

A video project in which we had people send us “dancing” videos. They arrived from all over the globe and what joy it was to watch them all. 141 more words

MUSIC

Amanda Rheaume cuts the fringe off her new songs

Ottawa singer-songwriter Amanda Rheaume describes Holding Patterns, her third full-length album, as the most honest and personal of her career, thanks in large part to the input of another Ottawa singer-songwriter, Jim Bryson, who produced the record. 742 more words

Ottawa

Celebrating Ottawa Music with Heart My City - S11E21

CBC Ottawa hosted a concert at the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park on Monday night. It was originally for Winterlude back in February but due to extreme cold temperatures, it was cancelled. 123 more words

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Photos: Jim Bryson @ Burdock Music Hall

Photos by: Justin Roth –

Ottawa-based indie folk-rock singer-songwriter Jim Bryson, who released his newest album, Somewhere We Will Find Our Place, earlier this year via Fontana North, which was produced by Charles Spearin (Do Make Say Think, Broken Social Scene), performed at the Burdock Music Hall in Toronto last night. 187 more words

Music

Jim Bryson - Somewhere We Will Find Our Place - Album Review

Fixed Hinge / Fontana North

http://www.jimbryson.org/

By Erin Donnelly

Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson released his fifth album, Somewhere We Will Find Our Place, on February 19th.   248 more words

Album Review

Free show: Zmud to record 14 covers Saturday in Hintonburg

Musicians can never rest on the road to making a name for themselves. Ottawa’s Jill Zmud just shared a tweet from a fan who confessed, “Always thought the name was ‘Jill’s Mud’ until I tried to Google it just now. 261 more words

Local Arts

Ballads for Ballets - S11E06

It’s one of the rare times I would write about Canadian politics. Wednesday night at Babylon Nightclub was a free event of live music and getting people informed to vote for the upcoming Canadian election in a non-partisan way. 280 more words

Ottawa