59 results for tag: Guitar

Gillian Snider & the Whiskey Jerks

Feeling it was time to expand her one-woman accordiana show, vocalist Gillian Snider recruited Anna Bekolay (violin), James Diakuw (clarinet), Nevin Buehler (bass), Peter Abonyi (guitar), and Aidan Weiman (drums) to join in on her musical misadventures. The Whiskey Jerks have created their own niche, combining klezmer, countr... Read More

Outside the Wall

After a three year hiatus brought on by some medical misadventure, Outside The Wall is back doing what they love to do - faithfully recreating the wonderfully intoxicating music of Pink Floyd. Hear music from Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and The Dark Side of The Moon, as well as cuts from the first and last Pink Floyd albums ... Read More

Outside the Wall

After a three year hiatus brought on by some medical misadventure, Outside The Wall is back doing what they love to do - faithfully recreating the wonderfully intoxicating music of Pink Floyd. Hear music from Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and The Dark Side of The Moon, as well as cuts from the first and last Pink Floyd albums ... Read More

The Dime Notes

Digging way, way back into the blues-drenched sounds of clarinet-driven 1920’s New Orleans jazz, the Dime Notes have unearthed a repertoire of stomps, blues, and forgotten gems of the era of Johnny Dodds, Jelly Roll Morton, and Louis Armstrong. The Dime Notes present a fresh take on a timeless style, emphasizing the propuls... Read More

Sundar Viswanathan & Avataar

A musical fusion of classical Indian music, modern jazz, Brazilian lyricism, electronica,atmospheric textures and ambiance, Javanese gamelan, and contemporary improvisation, Avataar is the brain child of saxophonist, flutist, bansurist, composer, and vocalist Sundar Viswanathan. Cleverly layered and cinematic in scope, the ... Read More

Michael Jerome Browne

Whether he's gliding a slide across his acoustic guitar, pulling his bow over the fiddle strings to play a lively Cajun waltz, or frailing away on his gourd banjo, Michael Jerome Browne’s passion and virtuosity always shine through. In the true tradition of folk music, his performances inspire his audiences to see the ... Read More

Amos Hoffman & Noam Lemish Quartet

For years, guitarist Amos Hoffman and pianist Noam Lemish have been collecting Jewish melodies from around the world. With a varied set list of songs of Kurdish, Yemenite, Moroccan, Ladino, Russian, and Israeli origin, the quartet’s vibrant arrangements have created in an inspired blend of cultures. Amos and Noam’s have ... Read More

Fernanda Cunha

Making her third visit to Saskatoon, Brazilian singer Fernanda Cunha performs contemporary and traditional Latin compositions. Rising out of the rich, Brazilian jazz scene, she has toured North America and Europe many times, winning fans for her post-bossa nova groove. Fernanda’s back-up trio includes Brazilian drummer Edson ... Read More

Melissa Lauren

Singer Melissa Lauren and jazz guitarist Nathan Hiltz have been performing, writing, and recording together for the better part of 10 years. With similar and complimentary styles, this musical pairing is a natural one, focussing on their own brand of old school jazz, doo-wop, and blues, mixed with indie pop inflections and ... Read More

Harpdog Brown & the Uptown Blues Band

A major player in Canadian blues since 1982, harmonica player and singer Harpdog Brown has won two Maple Blues Awards for Harmonica Player of the Year. Dog’s latest project, the Uptown Blues Band, takes Chicago blues down to New Orleans for a vintage vibe party mixing the sounds of Louis Jordan with Muddy Waters! You’ll see ... Read More