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No quitter: Kathleen Edwards finds a new path in Stittsville coffee shop

Kathleen Edwards crouching intently over a dishwasher as the crowd chatters excitedly behind her is a very different sight from the same woman hunching over a guitar as fans hoot and holler in the background. 857 more words

Local Arts

What to do in Ottawa: Dec. 7 to 13

Monday, Dec. 8

Dallas Green, otherwise known as City & Colour, performs in a solo show at the National Arts Centre Southam Hall, 8 p.m. 831 more words

Local News

Book events from Dec. 6

SATURDAY, DEC. 6

Guy Thatcher, author of A Journey of Days: Relearning Life’s Lessons on the Camino Santiago, and A Journey of Days Continued, will be signing his books from 11 a.m. 259 more words

Ottawa

Quitters

(Accompanying soundtrack.)Earlier this year, Ottawa-based chanteuse Kathleen Edwards announced that she was going to be taking a break from the music scene and that she was planning on opening a coffee shop in Stittsville. 65 more words

Ottawa

bright lights

Last night, a rock concert! Bright lights, fabulous music — the Jim Cuddy Band, Kathleen Edwards…We (almost) danced in the aisles. Seriously, it was wonderful, a free concert at the TD Ottawa Civic Arena sponsored by CUPE 503, I loved hearing Kathleen Edwards sing “Help Me Make It Through the Night” (that old chestnut) so sweetly, with her ex-husband Colin Cripps. 109 more words

Music Video: Ryan Adams - Run to You (Bryan Adams Cover)

I don’t know if this is the moment anyone has been waiting for, but the other night, Ryan Adams covered Bryan Adams – more specifically, Bryan’s song Run to You.  61 more words

Music Videos

(Sept 25, 2014): Kathleen Edwards - In State

From the 2004 album, Back To Me.  As Mark Deming at allmusic.com writes: “charging out of the gate with “In State,” in which a woman spits with no small amount of venom that she’s glad her outlaw boyfriend has been sent up the river for 20 years, and the album doesn’t get a whole lot more optimistic about affairs of the heart as it goes along.” 144 more words

Rock