This is a wrap up show for the first ever Digital Songs 4 Nature songwriting camp, featuring performances by a wide array of Saskatchewan singer-songwriters including Megan Nash, Kara Golemba, Glenn Sutter, Ryan Hicks and Roxie Lenton. Over a dozen performers total, each one performing one song that in some way relates to nature and you can experience the whole thing from the comfort of your couch.
The show is a fundraiser with all proceeds going to ‘Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan’, to support local nature-based research and education programs.
Songs 4 Nature is a Royal Saskatchewan Museum research and outdoor education program currently funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada and Parks Canada.
$5 (tax included)
7:30pm Doors 8:00pm Start $10 + gst (in advance or at the door) All ages show. 19+ Bar (with valid ID)
Please be advised the event is located on the 3rd floor, up 2 flights of stairs. Unfortunately, there is no elevator
Annie Sumi is an ethereal-folk artist with a unique ability to capture the subtleties of nature and spin them into melodies. Her latest release, “In the Unknown”, is a collection of stories that speak to the journey of the human-Spirit. Since the release of her debut album, she has received nominations for “New/Emerging Artist of the Year” (Canadian Folk Music Awards, 2018), “Best Singer-Songwriter” (TIMAs, 2015), “New/Emerging Artist of the Year” (Hidden Roots Collective, CFMAs, 2017), and more. This year, with the support of the Ontario Arts Council, Annie Sumi carried these landscapes of sound across Canada, coast-to-coast, and Central Europe. Her live performance is a journey into the permeable nature of the heart; she is a vulnerable vessel that consistently leaves it all on the stage, and inspires the audience to feel something.
From festival stages to intimate house concerts, Piper Hayes reminds us of why we go to see live music. Her songwriting is free and fiercely personal; as if it’s been running in the woods, washing in cold water, and howling with wolves. Piper’s immersive storytelling provides context and familiarity, drawing the audience into the conversation. She is a two time nominee of the Ontario Arts Council’s Colleen Peterson Songwriting Aware in 2016/2017 and an advocate for mental health and social change.
Doors at 7:30. Show at 8:00. $10 + gst in advance or $15 + gst at the door. All ages. Cash bar (19+). Bilingual show (French & English).
Doors at 7:30pm, starts at 8:00pm. $10 + gst advance; $12 + gst door All ages. Cash bar (19+ with valid ID).
Girls Night Out is an exciting new concert series with a mission to support and encourage women in the music industry. Each show features performances by female artists at all levels of their musical careers.
On May 12th, you (all of you, not just the ladies) are invited to the Creative City Centre to discover the talents of local female artists Roxie Lenton, Kara Golemba and Kenzie! This show is part of the Creative City Centre's week-long 5 year anniversary celebration.
*Please be advised the performance space is on the 3rd floor, up 2 flights of stairs.
Join us for an evening of music featuring four lovely local ladies - Adriana Faye, Lysh, Roxie Lenton and Kaeli Dane!
Everyone is welcome!
Doors open at 7:30pm , starts at 8:00pm. Admission: $10
Do you like to since, dance and tap your toes? So do we! We typically consist of three local musicians having fun and doing what we love. Join us for our first show ever at The Club on Nov. 19.
Kaeli Dane has been playing music ever since she can remember. Earliest records of her performances can be found on family home videos dating back to ’92, where she gave an inspiring rendition of Jingle Bells. She started singing at a young age and hasn’t stopped since. Kaeli's music is infused with passion, life experiences and folksy melodies with a country/pop twist. She is so excited to share it with you!
FREE TO ATTEND
Bushwakker's annual Regina Women in Song event proved to be so popular this past spring that they have a fall edition, one which expands beyond our Regina borders. On November 4 singer-songwriters Megan Nash (Palmer, SK), Kara Golemba (Indian Head, SK) and Roxie Lenton (Regina, SK) will share some original music in this special edition of Wednesday Night Folk.
MEGAN NASH: “There’s injury and an-open, perversely inviting sadness that reminds one of Elliot Smith. She has a Canadian charm, not unlike Serena Ryder. She has an audacious femininity, like Martha Wainwright. Her songs have some groove and northern darkness, kind of like Sondre Lerche.” - Assiniboia Times
KARA GOLEMBA: A Canadian singer/songwriter from BC who has followed her roots back to the Canadian Prairies, Kara Golemba has been described as having a 'gift of storytelling through song', and uses a unique blend of soulful folk and country music as her platform to share her stories.
ROXIE LENTON: Roxie Lenton’s lyric-driven country infused pop/folk music reflects an eclectic taste that crosses over the increasingly blurred boundaries of musical genres and styles. Her sultry voice, piano-based musical arrangements and the raw emotion in her performance are guaranteed to take you on a musical journey.
Divas' Night Out is an annual fundraiser for the Regina Transition House and YWCA Isabel Johnson Shelter. Both organizations provide safe shelter for women (and their children) escaping domestic abuse.
This year's event is presented by Totally Tess and takes place on Thursday October 8 at the Casino Regina Show Lounge. 6:00pm start with the reception and the silent auction items. Entertainment begins at 7:30pm. Tickets are $65 plus GST and are still available.
The evening features live ENTERTAINMENT by comedienne LORI FERGUSON-FORD and singer-songwriter ROXIE LENTON, a SILENT AUCTION (funds from which go to the Regina Transition House and the YWCA Isabel Johnson Shelter), a RAFFLE and an all-around fun night that gives you a chance to let your inner diva shine, all while supporting a great cause!
Special Diva Items for Purchase!
There will be a DIVA prize package for the BEST DRESSED DIVA !!!!!!
This event is put on by women for women, but anyone who wants to support the cause is more than welcome to come regardless of gender!
For more information: http://www.divasnightout.ca
Online at www.cjtr.ca/listen-live, Worldwide
Live radio performance and interview. Listen online from anywhere. FREE. 6-7pm CST.
91.3FM CJTR's Pickin' It Country: Reg Wilke and Allison Tymiak host an hour-long interview/feature program spotlighting local, national and international country artists.
To listen online:
COMPUTER: Go to http://www.cjtr.ca/listen-live and click Play SMARTPHONE/TABLET: Download the free CJTR App, open the app and click Play.
Other ways to listen in Regina: 1) Radio 91.3FM 2) Sasktel Max Channel 806 3) Access Channel 700
FREE Age limit: All ages
2-3pm: Scheduled Concert Music by Roxie Lenton and Lucian Thomas. Live Painting with Becky Nielsen 3-4pm: Open Stage (To perform on the open stage, just show up and sign up that day.)
This series uses the Fair Trade Approach: Pay what you can, if you can, at the end of the concert.
Sunday Afternoon Concert Series: This new weekly series at the Artful Dodger features a scheduled music performance from 2-3pm, followed by an open stage from 3-4pm.
There will also be a visual artist doing live painting on stage during the performance. Audience members are welcome to bring visual art supplies and share in the creative energy and atmosphere. (Not limited to visual art, great atmosphere for creative juices in general). (You are also welcome to sit back and enjoy this unique combination of art, please don't feel that you need to participate.)
Artful Dodger website: http://www.artfuldodgerarts.com
Doors open at 2:00pm. Starts at 2:30pm.
All ages. Admission at the door.
$10 - Adults
$5 - 15 and under
Saskatchewan's rising stars take the stage for the longest running radio talent show in Canada. May 31 is the 2nd of two run-offs for the competition and the performers are (in alphabetical order): Dan Bigstone Kara Golemba Justin LaBrash Roxie Lenton Mabaleka (duo) Mandy Ringdal Ray Whitton
Age limit: All ages
Live Music featuring: - Roxie Lenton - Judith Morrissey - Poor Nameless Boy
The 13th Annual Soul Sisters Benefit and Concert is coming your way on May 28th, 2015 at Bushwakker Brewing Company! Join us for a burger and a beer, live music, tons of silent auction items, 50/50 tickets and raffles! Tickets can be purchased at The Room Hair Design (2115 Retallack St) or The YWCA (1940 McIntyre St) for $30. All proceeds will go to the YWCA programs for women and children.
$30 Age limit: 19+
Doors at 7:30. Show at 8:00. $10 Admission at the door.
Creative City Centre Event Link: http://www.creativecitycentre.ca/2014/08/29/ingrid-gatin-sept-5-doors-at-730-10/
“Ingrid Gatin’s got a piano, an accordion, and a tear-jerkingly beautiful voice.” – Stylus magazine.
Ingrid Gatin creates soundscapes and dreamscapes, pulling the listener along into her reveries with her soulful and sultry voice. You can hear strains of ’70s soul in the air, and hints of Balkan bravado, but through it all Ingrid evokes emotion, longing, and romance in every song. Ingrid’s new chart-topping album 1000 Lives was created with Grammy-nominated engineer/producer Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire, Basia Bulat, The Dears) between Winnipeg and Howard’s studio hotel2tango in Montréal.
“I’ve listened to many a sexy voice in my time, but with 1000 Lives Winnipeg’s Ingrid Gatin elevates sultriness to a veritable art form.” -Vancouver Weekly
Doors at 7:30, starts at 8pm. It shall be fun :) Creative City Website Event Page: http://www.creativecitycentre.ca/2014/01/01/paul-federici-june-3-doors-at-730-10/#more-3090