Jan 14 & 15/17 – West of Mabou CD Release Party! Choice of Two Nights!

Due to popular demand, there is a second show added January 15, 2017! 

west-of-mabouJanuary 14 and 15, 2017 (Your choice of one)
Doors 7:30/Show 8:00pm
Door $20+GST
All Ages Welcome
Cash Bar w/ Valid ID

 

Advance Ticket Sales now Closed!

We begin our New Year right with the sounds and styling’s of fiddles and pipes, and a cozy space to enjoy the excitement in. [Read more…]

Jan 28/17 – Del Suelo + Ellen Froese: Live at the CCC

del-suelo-ellen-froeseSaturday, January 28/17
Doors at 7:30pm
Show at 8pm
$10 + gst at the door
All Age Show
Cash Bar available
This is the last stop on the Highway Hotline Bling Tour 2017 for Del Suelo and Ellen Froese! Come out to hear solo performances as they each deliver awe-inspiring songs with their Saskachewan bred talent and harvested wit that will leave your feet tapping and your mouths grinning.

Season 2 – Week #24: An Empty Room with Nick Faye – “Kansas”

With Nick Faye’s performance of his song “Kansas”, season 2 of the Empty Room series comes to a close.  Nick Faye & The Deputies are a band from the deepest depths of the Canadian Prairies (Regina, SK). They make music that sticks to your ribs, like a big plate of perogies and sour cream. They will be heading into the studio in November to record their third full length album.  For more information go to: www.nickfayedeputies.com.

With all 24 videos from this season now on YouTube, you can watch these 12 talented Saskatchewan artists perform anytime you want!  There is so much talent in our home province and we’re grateful to SaskMusic and CBC Radio for helping us share some of that talent with all of you through this series.

You’ve seen the videos of these 12 talented artists, but let’s not forget about the talented man behind the scenes – artistic director for the series Brent Nielsen!  We’d like to give a big thanks to Brent for all the hard work he has put into the series over the last two years.  As camera man, sound tech, editor, and creator of the series, Brent really does it all!

Thank you to everyone who has been following the series and supporting Saskatchewan music!

Season 2 – Week #23: An Empty Room with Ryan Boldt – “Fallen Leaves”

This Thanksgiving we are thankful to have Ryan Boldt’s performance of “Fallen Leaves” as the newest edition to our Empty Room series!  Born and raised on the prairies, Ryan Boldt released 5 albums over 10 years with his band The Deep Dark Woods.  Inspired by the traditional music of America and England, he is currently working on his second solo album “Yarrow”, which will be released soon with a tour to follow.  For more information, go to www.ryanboldt.com.  If you missed Ryan’s first video “San Juan Hill”, head on over to YouTube to check it out.

That’s 23 down with only 1 more video left in this season!  Tune into CBC Radio next Monday morning at 8:15am to hear the last Empty Room track on air!

Season 2 – Week #22: An Empty Room with Kara Golemba – “Puzzle”

This week brings singer-songwriter Kara Golemba to the centre of an Empty Room for a performance of her song “Puzzle”!  Found at the crossroads of Folk, Country & Americana, all Golemba needs is her crooked grin, a spark of mischief in her eyes, and a heartfelt story combined with her powerful voice to take her audience on a journey worth remembering.  As the recent winner of the 620 CKRM Proudly Saskatchewan showcase and the Spirit of Saskatchewan songwriting award for “Mason Jar of Memories” (week# 10 of Empty Room) Kara has established herself as a strong up and coming Saskatchewan singer-songwriter.  She recently released her debut 6 song EP “Every Little Light”, recorded at Studio ONE by Jason Plumb, which is available for purchase or stream on all digital platforms.  For more on Kara go to www.karagolemba.com.

Head over to our YouTube channel to watch other videos in the series!  Tune in to CBC Radio the next 3 Monday mornings (including tomorrow) at 8:15am to hear the audio of the newest Empty Room track on the Morning Edition with Sheila Coles.

Season 2 – Week #21: An Empty Room with Poor Nameless Boy – “River & Trees”

Poor Nameless Boy is back in an Empty Room this week to perform his song “River & Trees”.  This Regina-based indie folk artist’s mellow sound is personal, speaking honestly about love, life, and our changing hearts in a busy world. He has been described as a lighter version of Noah Gunderson with the wispy sounds of Gregory Alan Isakov.  For more information on this artist go to www.poornamelessboy.com.

There are 20 other Empty Room tracks waiting for you on our YouTube channel right now!  With three new tracks still to come be sure to tune in to CBC Radio next Monday morning at 8:15am when Sheila Coles will air the next song in the series!

September 30 – Live Band Karaoke with Dustin Ritter Band

  • cultdays_2016_date_wtag_e_4c_for-webFriday, September 30, 2016, doors open 8:30, music starts at 9 pm
  • Free to attend, cash bar, must be 19+ to drink, all ages can attend!
  • This is a Culture Days event, supported by SaskCulture/Saskatchewan Lotteries and the City of Regina!

 

drb-imageCulture Days at the Creative City Centre gets underway on Friday, September 30 with our annual LIVE BAND KARAOKE!  This year, we are bringing in the very talented Dustin Ritter Band to back you up!  Their set list is impressive, as is their musicianship.  You will be able to choose from 100 titles, and impress all of your friends with your vocal talents! [Read more…]

October 2, 2016 – A REALLY BIG ART PROJECT! SO BIG!

  • cultdays_2016_date_wtag_e_4c_for-webSunday, October 2, 1 pm to 5 pm, family friendly, free of charge
  • Victoria Park and City Square Plaza
  • Co-presented by Creative City Centre, Articulate Ink, Sunday Art Market & Regina Downtown
  • Part of Culture Days, supported by SaskCulture, Saskatchewan Lotteries and the City of Regina

Come join us for our biggest Culture Days activity ever!  And we do mean BIG!  We have three major activities lined up for Sunday, October 2nd, at the City Square Plaza and Victoria Park.  We’ve got steamroller printing, graffiti wrap battles and the city’s largest music jam, plus facepainting, balloon animals, henna tattoos, button making, a colouring station, poetry boards and guitar pick making.  Bring the whole family and spend the afternoon with us as we make some really big art!  How big?  Read on!   [Read more…]

Oct 6 – Noah Derksen ‘In Search of the Way’ Album Release Tour with Ava Wild

Noah Derksen

Noah Derksen

Thursday, October 6, 2016.
Doors at 7:30pm.  Starts at 8pm.
$10 + GST at the Door.
All ages.  Cash bar (19+ with valid ID).

Noah Derksen is a singer-songwriter originating from Winnipeg, MB, who has spent the majority of his adult life living in Vancouver, BC.  With a self-described genre of “contemplative folk”, Noah uses the acoustic guitar to convey his thoughts, experiences, and emotions in a mellifluous manner.  Upon recently completing a bachelor’s degree in Science at the University of British Columbia, Noah is beginning his post-graduate life with the release of his sophomore record entitled ‘In Search of the Way’.  www.noahderksen.com [Read more…]

October 8 – Suns & Poets

Suns & Poets Website PhotoThe infectious Latin vibe of Andino Suns together with the foot stompin’ grit of The Stillhouse Poets.

Saturday October 8, 2016
Doors at 7:30pm. Starts at 8pm.
$15 + GST in Advance; $17 + GST at the Door
All ages.  Cash bar (19+ with valid ID).

Five musicians, two acts, one night – Suns & Poets join forces to light up the stage of our intimate Hague Gallery for the first time!  Advance tickets are now closed.  There are only a few seats left that will be available at the door.

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