Presented by: House of TARG, Whitewater Brewing
Doors: 8pm / Show 8:30pm
Alanna Sterling 8:30
T. Thomason 10:10 pm
T. THOMASON (Nova Scotia/Toronto Indie Singer-Songwriter)
Coax Recs. Crafty singer-songwriter and East Coast Music Award nominee. The Nova Scotia native’s list of past achievements includes several East Coast Music Award nominations, as well as sharing stages with Joel Plaskett, Hey Ocean!, Collective Soul and The Trews. Now, T. Thomason has begun a new chapter, one that’s challenging the image of Canadian rock.
GlOBE AND MAIL ARTICLE - "How T. Thomason is claiming a stake in the music world – and helping other transgender artists do the same."
CAMERON (Nova Scotia Pop Rock Duo)
CAMERON, consisting of sisters Barbara and Victoria Cameron, is a pop rock – heavy on the rock – duo ready to take the Canadian music industry by storm. Formerly two-thirds of the all-girl band Pink Thunder, these sisters are no strangers to the stage. Barbara, a recognized songwriter in her own right, having attended the Gordie Sampson Songcamp since its inception, and Victoria, a hair-flipping bassist for the likes of The Town Heroes, are now ready to take a second stab at the music scene, with a more mature image and edgy sound. Their 12 track self-titled debut album is set to drop in May and is comprised of songs the girls have written and recorded, over the last 6 years, with producer Brian Talbot (Slowcoaster).
With dirty guitars, synergetic harmonies and pop hooks so infectious even an earworm will have them stuck in its head, CAMERON will have listeners begging for more
ALANNA STERLING (Ottawa Alt Jazz/Grunge)
is a rainbow haired mermaid siren whose voice will take you on a multi-dimensional journey. A mixed bag of genres, she writes everything from jazz, rock, blues, grunge, folk, rap, opera, ska, and everything in between. Her soul-shaking, one-of-a-kind voice combines with uniquely crafted lyrics in a chemical reaction that is nothing like you’ve experienced before.
MOSELY (Ottawa Alt Rock)
Mosely is an Indie/Alt-Rock band from Ottawa. With influences from Foo Fighters to Of Monsters and Men, Mosely has developed a layered and dynamic sound. From sweet, soft whispers to roaring harmonic choruses, their live shows are full of ranging emotions.