For the first time ever in Cairo join me for an evening of original music and your favourite covers at Yellow Umbrella. This show is going to be raw, up close and personal. I'm excited to share my music with you!
Tickets: 50 LE, available at the door. Limited space!
We're back - bigger than ever and ready to raise more Life Saving Donations for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. We kick things off at 10:15 am with 5 Back2Back 33 minute DJ sets available to be reserved for a $33 donation. Bring your own records, or pull from the store bins and enjoy The Record Centre's amazing DJ station while you spin your unique selections for the shoppers.
Then, at 1pm, the amazing Malak will perform a mini-concert in the store.
Her sound has been described as "one of the most powerful and beautiful voices in town".
We'll follow that up with a few more 33 minute DJ sets starting at 2pm.
At 4pm, you'll want to catch Arms of the Girl perform songs from their awesome Paper-Copper-Steel EP. This 4 piece band has been getting alot of airplay on both CKCU, CHUO and college radio. Super fun and sure to fill the store with fans! Get there early!
Finally, The Record Centre will be sharing a portion of all record and vintage audio sales that day to donate to the cause so drop in and do some shopping!
To reserve a DJ spot, email host Jeff Larocque at firstname.lastname@example.org
First come first served.
Special thanks to John Thompson of The Record Centre for supporting this event once again. Also, a huge thank-you to Malak and Arms of the Girl for lending their talent!
Tell your friends! See you Saturday, May 6th!!
Mon, March 13 - Intimate & Acoustic Series @ The Observatory
(Algonquin College) - Ottawa, ON
LINDY VOPNFJORD (Album Release)
7pm | Free show
Girls to the Front Songwriters Circle
Featuring Pat Moore & Malak
Monday January 16, 2017
no cover, PWYC event
Showcasing women in music from Ottawa and beyond each month performing in the round at Irene's Pub, 885 Bank St. Hosted by Julie Corrigan Sponsored by CKCU 93.1 FM, Red Leaf Music, and Ottawa Gig Posters
Pat Moore: http://www.patmoore.net/
Pat Moore’s voice has a warm and expressive quality, as perfectly suited to a rich ballad, as it is to an up-tempo power song. She moves easily from the storytelling of the singer/songwriter genre, to the lonesome sound of traditional country and bluegrass. Born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, she grew up in a house filled with music, from show tunes to Peter, Paul, & Mary, and Gordon Lightfoot; and later jazz masters like Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles to bluegrass legends like Bill Monroe, and Flatt and Scruggs. As a young girl she would sing harmonies with her sisters while doing the supper dishes – songs from the Momas and Papas, and Simon and Garfunkel.
Ottawa Showbox calls Malak 'one of the most powerful and beautiful voices in town'. US born, Egypt raised, and now calling Ottawa home, Malak was immersed in diverse musical influences from a young age. Since winning multiple vocal competitions throughout Egypt and Europe, including Greece, Germany and Italy, Malak has turned her youthful passion for music into a flourishing music career. At 21, Malak is completing a degree in music performance and songwriting at Carleton University and has garnered many accolades for her songwriting and musicianship.
Julie Corrigan: www.juliecorrigan.com
Irenes Pub: http://irenespub.ca/
CKCU FM 93.1: www.ckcufm.com
RedLeaf Music: www.redleafmusic.ca
Ottawa Gig Posters: https://www.facebook.com/otowngigposters/?fref=ts
Sat, Jan 14 - Algonquin College - Ottawa, ON
LINDY VOPNFJORD (Album Release)
$10 / $15 with NEW ALBUM download card
Fans, agents, promoters and recording industry reps will experience an intimate snapshot of eight young rising stars on the Canadian singer-songwriter scene.
This year's finalists will be (listed alphabetically):
220 Elgin st. 2nd Floor
Doors at 2:00pm | Showtime at 3:00pm
$15 Students | $25 General Admission After Tax
Inner Wheel Club Of Ottawa welcomes you all to attend its Gala Night on June 3rd,2016 . Enjoy a four course meal with lots of entertainment and surprises.
Ticket price :-$75
For tickets please call :- 613-866-0518
Proceeds will be going to the Canadia National Institute For the Blind.
CNIB is an essential resource for children and families who are blind or partially sighted to help them grow into successful, confident adults and build a brighter future for these children. Our goal this year is to help these kids participate at Lake Joe summer camp. Such an opportunity will allow the kids to enjoy the summer and develop new friendships.
Your attendance and contribution is highy appreciated.
'Because I am a Girl' aims to end gender inequality and promote girls' rights around the world. The movement focuses on helping girls in poverty, with the hopes to improve their quality of life and impact communities. To read more about the great things they are doing - visit: http://becauseiamagirl.ca/about-us
Held at Live on Elgin, Malak is pleased to be welcoming and perfoming with Toronto based musicians Jessica Speziale and Brooklyn Doran. Details coming soon!
Let the party begin! Valentine's Dance Party with Superstar Wafeek Habib and local sensation and rising star Malak. The party will feature Simo Naboulsi and his band from Montreal. Sounds and lights will be provided by Interlace Sounds & DJ Toneeee. Dinner will be Mezza style from the famous St. Elias Centre kitchen. Get your tickets early, as the show WILL sell out.
Call today and book: 613.295.4045
It’s a circus tonight! Live on Elgin will be hosting Malak’s Circus EP release party. Opening will be the amazing Lucas Haneman.
All CD and merchandise sales will be donated to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind in collaboration with Inner Wheel Club Ottawa. Who wouldn’t want to give back to the community and get cool music in return? More updates to come.
Tickets only $10 in advance! See link below
Ottawa Showbox + Beau's All Natural Brewing & Gallery Recording Studios present:
BALLADS FOR BALLOTS: A Concert for Political Engagement
A non-partisan night of free live music encouraging political engagement in the upcoming Federal election on October 19.
We are hosting a free concert to help inform people, specifically 19 to 35 year olds, about the upcoming election and encourage them to have a say on October 19. Voting doesn’t have to be a burden – in fact, it’s really easy!
This event will feature a diverse lineup of of Ottawa’s best musicians, booths to help inform attendees with questions, guest speakers that will deliver short addresses between acts, as well as a bunch of awesome raffle prizes and deals on drink!