161 results for tag: Pop

The Barrelmen

One of The Bassment’s holiday traditions is the Barrelmen’s show, usually held sometime between Christmas and New Year’s. The Barrelmen are Berkeley Buchko, Jody Giesbrecht, Tyler MacKenzie, Craig Wilson, and special guest Blake Berglund. Just to make sure everyone is on the same page, sometimes the Barrelmen’s ultra-... Read More

Sultans of String

Chris McKhool and the Sultans of String celebrate musical fusion and human creativity with warmth and virtuosity. The band’s thrilling genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, Flamenco, Gypsy-jazz, Arabic, Cuban, and South Asian rhythms, has earned them two JUNO Award nominations, two Canadian Folk Music Awards, and a SiriusXM ... Read More

Jan Janovsky

Think a touch of class and a touch of crass - and you'll get the idea behind the music and comedy of Jan Janovsky and the Willfully Blind. Piano man Jan presents an entertaining smorgasbord of melody and mirth featuring Sarah Anderson (trombone), Dave Anderson (trumpet), Nathan Degenhart (sax), Kim Lesaca (bass), and Dean ... Read More

Sweet Alibi

Western Canadian Music Award Winners, Sweet Alibi, have been captivating audiences across Canada. The Winnipeg-based folk/pop band infuse their signature harmonies with influences of everything from folk to country to soul, without a hint of shame. Sweet Alibi's Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Quesnel, and Michelle Anderson share personal ... Read More

Laila Biali Trio

Award-winning singer-songwriter and pianist Laila Biali has toured with Chris Botti, Suzanne Vega, and Sting. Her accolades include "SOCAN Composer of the Year" and "Keyboardist of the Year" at Canada's National Jazz Awards. Using her expertise in jazz, Laila transforms pop, rock, classical, world, and soul to create her own ... Read More

The Abrams

If you were lucky enough to catch the Abrams at their first Bassment performance in February of 2010, you know that they are very talented. After six years of playing gigs all across North America, brothers James and John are back with their five-piece band to play bluegrass, country, and folk-rock originals. Sponsored by ... Read More

John Stetch

Putting his own personal stamp on each of his distinctive renditions, award-winning pianist John Stetch pushes the boundaries of his jazz and classical training to incorporate melodies from all around the world and across American culture: from Mozart to Ukrainian folk music to the theme from The Love Boat. Sponsored by Yamaha ... Read More

The PianoMen

Back for a third straight season, The PianoMen features David Fong, Don Griffith, Kim Salkeld, and Ray Stephanson playing everything from sensitive ballads to blistering boogie-woogies. It’s all about numbers: two grand pianos, four pianists, eight hands, forty fingers, hundreds of licks, and thousands of notes! Sponsored by ... Read More

Neil Currie

Drawing on his experience as a duelling pianist, Neil Currie has put together an entertaining evening that features him singing and playing 24 of Billy Joel's biggest hits. Neil is supported by Terry Hoknes on guitar/bass and Ben Christa on drums. Sponsored by Yamaha Piano Centre Read More


Toronto indie-pop duo Snowblink (Daniela Gesundheit & Dan Goldman) explore the complexities of human relationships to create “non-denominational devotional pop”. The members of Minor Matter play bassoon, clarinet, glockenspiel, and ukulele as they fuse classical, folk, country, jazz, and psychedelic rock. Read More