Welcome to Episode 91 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 91" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
Welcome to our special "International Women's Day" podcast!
Thursday night - Lesley Pelletier is the Accent Arist of the Week!
Show starts at 9:30pm @ Accent European Lounge. She is playing with alternative folk band Mondrian Shift. Alley Kat $4 specials & $5.50 Martinis!
Monday night Music - Sidney York with Violent Kin & Sister Gray @ the Pawn Shop $10 in advance, 8pm E-TICKETS *We featured Sidney's song "Doctor Doctor".
2012 Women of Distinction AwardsDeadline for nominations March 30th
Nominate a woman YOU know that is doing great work in the arts, or one of the 7 other categories! http://www.ywcaofedmonton.org/
JCL Productions presents Amelia Curran @ the Royal Alberta Museum Theatre 7pm $18 in advance, $22 @ the door E-TICKETS
The Prairie Belles Birthday Bash! Featuring Jeff Morris & Jason Zerbin. Website launch, catered treats, great wine bar selection. Doors 7pm Music 8pm E-TICKETS
Jessica Jalbertwrites introverted songs about introspective things, using electric guitar and what has been described as her deadpan yet emotive vocal style She uses her music to call bull on certain celebrated scientists, pay homage to the northern boreal forest, speculate about human and animal life cycles, and so on. She has been performing as a solo act in Edmonton for just under three years and is currently working on her first album 'Brother Loyola', was released in September 2010. *We featured Jessica's song Wild One.
March 9th – with Mark Davis @ the Blue Chair Café
April 1st – The Swig of Alberta Traveling Music @ Wunderbar 5:30pm $10 in advance, $15 @ the door E-TICKETS
April 4th – with Colleen Brown @ the Royal Alberta Museum Theatre $17 in advance, $20 @ the door E-TICKETS 7:00PM
Welcome to Episode 90 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 90" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
Caleb Hawley - Lisa's Folk Alliance Favorite!
*We featured his song "We Could Use You 'Round Here"
Full day workshop presented by multi-award winning Performer & Artist Development Coach, Rhea March.
Sunday, March 25th– 10 am to 5:30 pm
Expressionz Cafe • 9938 70 Ave
Early Bird Fee: $75.00 (by March 10th)
After March 10th: $99.00
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Carmen Lucia at Carrot Community Arts Coffee House. $5 starts at 7:30.
Rae Spoon with Matthew Lindholm at the Artery. $10 in advance $15 at the door show starts at 8:00 PM E-TICKETS *We featured Rae's song Monsters.
When Thea Neumann forges artistic forces with partner Clint Pelletier musical bliss is born.
Their musical education and experience has had them performing with a diverse line up of globablly accomplished musicians, including: Herbie Hancock, Dianne Reeves and Jim Cuddy. Both Thea and Clint received scholarships to two of the United States most prestigious music programs, Berkeley University in Boston and Michigan State University. Together, Thea's smoky, rainy-day vocals compliment Clint's Gypsy-Jazz, Flamenco and Jazz guitar like the ultimate in fine wine parings. Their repertoire includes original material reminiscent of the late great Chet Atkins, favorite Jazz Standards from the Big Band Era, and their original works.Both Thea and Clint are members of the WCMA award-winning group "Hot Club Edmonton."
UPCOMING SHOW Thea Neumann and Clint Pelletier and Jesse Peters Trio at the Shell Theatre in Fort Saskatchewan Presented by Marsulex, Friday, March 2, 2012 - 7:30 pm Tickets available in person at the Dow Centennial Centre, by calling 780.992.6400 or at the door the evening of the performance.
Welcome to Episode 89 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 89" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
Welcome to Episode 88 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 88" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
Sunday Night Special – Haven Social Club’s Winter Fundraiser! Featuring Souljah Fyah, Boogie Patrol, The Canyon Rose Outfit, Scantily Clad & The Well Dressed Men & Dead Cat Bounce 7pmE-TICKETS
Hadestown: A Folk OperaThursday, March 22, 2012 @ the Arden Theatre 7:30pm until 10:30pm Featuring John Rutherford, Steven Tchir, Charlotte Cornfield, Kris Demeanor, Andrea House, Kaley Bird and Rebecca Anderson.
Fool For Love By Sam Shepard Directed by John Hudson
February 15 – March 4th @ Varscona Theatre E-TICKETS
The Theatre Network Presents Moving Along by Chris Craddock February 9 - 26, 2012 Tuesday - Saturday 8pm Sunday 2pm Matinee
Starring: Chris Craddock • Director: Bradley Moss • Sound Designer: Dave Clarke • Stage Manager: Paul Bezaire
RENDis a Soul/Rock, Indie Pop band inspired to inspire. Founded just over a year ago by lead singer/songwriter Carol-Lynne Quinn, Rend has seen great success in the local music scene. They have a musical vision to bring musical and lyrical substance to their music. Whether it’s the anthem like chorus in “Battlecry” or the unique blend of soulful vocals and electric guitar in “Monster”, Rend is fresh, energy filled, and inspiring.With the help of the 10k20 grant from Rawlco Radio, Rend is releasing their debut album in February 2012. Rawlco Radio has chosen Rend as one of the bands they are supporting and has enabled the band to record their debut record. Their debut single “Hide” was released via Itunes on November 18th, 2011.
When you listen to Rend you can expect driving rhythm, synth pop hook lines, lyrical integrity, Zeppelin worthy guitar solos, and dynamic, soulful vocals. They will be embarking on their CD release tour in Spring 2012. Since hitting the local scene just a few months back some big doors have already been opened for Rend. This past summer they opened for the 80’s rock band Harlequin at Taste of Edmonton. They also played at the well-known Shake the Lake fest in Sylvan Lake, AB alongside Juno Winners "Said the Whale". Carol-Lynne Quinn was featured in MERGE Magazines May 2011 issue on professional musicians working and surviving in the music industry.
Rend is: Carol-Lynne Quinn: Vocals/Keys Charis Logan: Drums Jeff Quinn: Bass Steve Roe: Guitar Nate Glubish: Piano/Synth
REND CD RELEASE FOR “NO LINES” Release Date February 25th, 2012 at Avenue Theatre - 9030 118th avenue!*We apologize for the wrong info in the podcast! AVENUE THEATRE, not the Artery. Doors 7:30pm Music 8pm ALL AGES show - $10 ticket/or at the door Amazing a capella group Epsilon and RockPopRoll band Junkyard Poets are opening. Website: www.rend-music.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/rendmusic Twitter: www.twitter.com/rendmusic
Welcome to Episode 87 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 87" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
WINTERFEST 2012 Friday, February 17, 2012 at 7:00pm until Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 4:00pm at Norwood Legion. Music Friday night and all afternoon and evening Saturday. Great workshops for singers and musicians Sunday. It's going to be a fabulous weekend of music! This year features performances by Cindy Church, Wendall Ferguson, Shane Chisholm, Roger James, the Command Sisters and more!
Full Moon Folk Club presents the Steel Wheels@ St. Basil’s Cultural Centre $18 in advance, $22 @ the door 7pm
February 10-18, 2012
Shows at 7:30 pm
Matinee: Feb. 12, 2 pm
No performance Feb. 13
Tickets are available through Tix on the Square. Call 780-420-1757 or visit www.tixonthesquare.ca
Advance tickets are $17 for adults or $12 for students/seniors (plus service fees)
Bobby Cameronis a riveting live performer in tandem with his powerful, original music. From acoustic to electric, from a whisper to a scream, the guitar in the hands of Bobby Cameron can evoke the full range of human emotions in a listener. He combines breath-taking technical virtuosity with emotional directness and honesty. Bobby stands alone playing and singing his songs with the consuming passion of someone burning to be heard.
UPCOMING SHOW:February 25th at Fresh Start Cafe with Darrell Bar. 8pm $20
*We featured Bobby's song Coffee Cup off his 2006 release Emotional Drift.
Welcome to Episode 86 of the Prairie Belles Podcast! To listen to the podcast, either click on the mp3 player below OR click on "LISTEN TO EPISODE 86" to open a media player on your desktop. You can also check us out on iTunes!
February 12 @ 2pm
Thursday, February 9 is 2-for-1 Thursday (at the door only)
Monday, February 6 is Student Night
Please Note: There is NO intermission in this performance.
Tickets: $12-$16 at TIX on the Square and at the door, one hour before showtime (cash only).
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Lindsey Walker has had a passion for performing ever since she was singing her guts out on her deck as a child. It wasn’t until moving to Edmonton Alberta to study voice at Grant MacEwan University that Lindsey decided to follow her heart – and her guts. Upon graduating with honours, Lindsey was also awarded RAWLCO Radio’s 10K20 grant for $10000 toward her debut album.
Behind the power, soul, passion, and raw intensity you hear when Lindsey sings, you will also hear lyrics that show a vulnerability that really compliments the power behind the song. Between songs, Lindsey treats her listeners as if they are old friends joking and sharing secrets. With each song Lindsey writes, we are invited to see another side of this ever-so talented musician, and with each new lyric she writes we somehow are able to understand ourselves a little more as well.