69 results for tag: Vocals

Martin Janovsky Orchestra

With a first rate set list, an orchestra made up of the finest players in the province, and a bag full of priceless jokes, Martin Janovsky’s Orchestra has become a Bassment favourite. Featuring vocalists Jana Janovsky and Kathryn Schulz and instrumentalists Sheldon Corbett (sax) and Rich McFarlane (guitar), the orchestra ... Read More

BC Read Big Band

The high priest of Saskatoon blues musicians, B.C. Read has been preaching the gospel of the blues to audiences in Western Canada for over 30 years. Returning to play his traditional January gig at The Bassment, B.C. has lined up his favourite musicians to perform a night of blues classics and originals. Read More

Oliver the Crow

Kaitlyn Raitz (cello, vocals) and Ben Plotnick (fiddle, vocals) have played folk, bluegrass, Appalachian, and string band music with countless artists across North America. Individually, Kaitlyn and Ben have made their respective marks playing everything from jazz to country to classical and everywhere in between. While their ... Read More

Ellestad Wiik Duo

Saskatchewan-born fiddler Laura Ellestad was so fascinated by Norwegian folk music that she packed her bags in 2008 and moved to Norway to study Hardanger fiddle. It was there she meet Norwegian guitar, banjo, and dobro virtuoso Magnus Wiik. Their acoustic duo has since toured Canada, Norway and Denmark and has performed in ... Read More

Vesti & the Vexations

For more than a quarter of a century, Vesti Hanson and Cam McConnell have been the local champions of soul and R’n’B. With a set list that includes the music of Aretha Franklin, the Rolling Stones, Chicago, and Marvin Gaye, Vesti and Cam surround themselves with some of the best players in town. Read More

Kenny Marco

Formerly of Canadian super-groups Motherlode, Dr. Music, and Blood Sweat & Tears, Kenny Marco brings his many years of experience to the Bassment stage to play an eclectic mix of American funk/jazz and Brazilian cha cha. In addition to performing Motherlode hits, Kenny is planning to sing his favourite Ray Charles tunes. ... Read More

Lindsay Beaver & the 24th Street Wailers

Wild and crazy front woman and singing drummer Lindsay Beaver and the 24th Street Wailers are road tested and tougher than two-by-fours. Lindsay and her bandmates have played over 650 performances in the past four years, winning over audiences in Canada, the United States, and France. Don’t miss this real deal rock and roll ... Read More

Champian Fulton

A world class jazz pianist and vocalist with international acclaim, Champian Fulton grew up in a musical family. She began her professional career at the tender age of 10 performing at Clark Terry’s 75th Birthday Party. In 2015 Champian won Down Beat’s Rising Star award for female vocalist. Today her piano and voice skills ... Read More

Karl Roth

When you hear Karl Roth’s deep, sultry voice or the sweet sound of his violin, you might be fooled for a moment into thinking that singing and playing jazz is easy. But make no mistake, he is one of Calgary’s strongest voices in jazz, with over 30 years of performing throughout Western Canada. Karl’s repertoire includes ... Read More

Megan Nash & Bears in Hazenmore

With her one-of-a-kind voice, deeply personal songs, and unapologetically open personality, Megan Nash leaves an impression upon everyone who hears her. On her latest album Seeker, Megan collaborates with ambient alt-rock unit Bears In Hazenmore with brilliant results. This new album takes Nash’s roots-based song writing into ... Read More