If you happened to miss our article earlier this week about The Abramson Singers, you may have missed that they had a show at The Artful Dodger on Tuesday night. Playing some of the most beautiful and well put together music I have heard since the first City & Colour album, The Abramson Singers had me completely drawn in the entire set.
REGINA—Summer Concert Series on F.W. Hill Mall
RAGEregina.ca and Regina Downtown BID are pleased to announce the 2013 Summer Concert Series!
“We are pleased to issue the Call for Artists for the Concert Series on the Casino Regina Summer Stage for another exciting summer Downtown,” said Leasa Gibbons, Manager of Marketing and Communications for RDBID.
The series will run from June 27th to August 29th on Thursdays from 12-1 PM.
"We are excited to showcase all the fantastic talent Regina has to offer,” said Leah Mazur, co-founder of Rage Regina. “We encourage all bands to apply."
The Cathedral Village Arts Festival is a week of jam-packed arts activities and events that ends with a fantastic street fair. Here's a brief run down of what you can check out the final four days.
Show off your talent at the open mic night at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Centre. You can also check out an art reception at Mysteria Gallery, or a play at the Artesian put on by Globe Theatre School. If you're up for something a little spookier you can check out Jeff Richards, the mentalist, for An Evening of Paranormal Activity.
Haunting and beautiful, Late Riser form The Abramson Singers is an experience best had as a whole. So before you keep reading, get cozy, download the album, and listen along.
"Rock meets blues meets jazz," is how local band Havé would sum up their sound. The three members -- Jared Schlechte on guitar (also one of the Rage team), Mike Churko on guitar/vocals, and Mitch Pockett on drums -- draw on influences from Jack White and The Black Keys.