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NICK FERRIO + The Lonely Parade + John Hynes

Presented by:House of TARG, Ottawa Showbox, Arboretum Festival
Doors: 9pm / Show at 10pm
Cover: $7

10:00 - Jon Hynes
10:45 - The Lonely Parade
11:40 - Nick Ferrio

*UPDATE* - We regret to inform you that Jose Contreras has had to cancel his appearance at this show due to personal reasons. But with three great artists still on the bill, we're ready to go!!!

NICK FERRIO (Peterborough Folk) w/sg THE LONELY PARADE, JOSE CONTRERAS and JON HYNES - a stacked bill of folk/alt/indie rock presented by some of Ottawa's most trusted promoters - settle in and enjoy the ride!!!

NICK FERRIO (Peterborough folk)
Nick Ferrio is a Peterborough-based songwriter working in country and folk music. His sophomore album, entitled Amongst the Coyotes and Birdsongs examines the ferociousness of love. This is it's Toronto release party. Amongst the Coyotes and Birdsongs is a subtle, understated and confident collection of songs. Recorded partially in Sackville, NB and partially in Toronto, ON with producer Gavin Gardiner (The Wooden Sky), the album features collaborations with Julie Doiron, Tamara Lindeman (The Weather Station), Steve Lambke (Constantines), Ian Kehoe (Marine Dreams) and Evening Hymns. With Amongst the Coyotes and Birdsongs, offering catchy and sophisticated songs, and claiming his place as one of Canada's best kept secrets. For this release show, Nick Ferrio will be joined by The Lonely Parade.

THE LONELY PARADE (Peterborough alt rock)
"Three headed beast made up of young women that sounds like Bikini Kill, Gang of Four and Mudhoney were put in a blender for 51 years then sprinkled with spices you have never tried before but, once you’ve tasted, will not be able to live without." - Kazoo

JON HYNES (Ottawa folk/rock)
"Working with producer James Bunton (Obijou, KASHKA, Evening Hymns), the layered instrumentals weave throughout Watchful Creatures, giving it a complexity that allows one to have a new experience through each listen. The songs leave the listener wanting, each one is a carefully crafted work on its own, and adds something special to the album as a whole. For me, not knowing what to expect from song to song is a secret joy that makes listening to an album front to back exciting." - Ottawa Showbox