Livestream from Hermann’s Jazz Club in Victoria BC.
Happy New Year!
Tune in and stop by Station 𝟚𝟛𝟜. I’ll be your host, David Ward, joined by musical wizard Jonny Tobin of Golden Future.
Broadcast live from Monarch Studios in Vancouver, BC straight into your living room.
Episode 4 sponsored by the letter F – for ‘FRESH.’
“David Ward is a singular talent. Hailing from Vancouver, his unique voice—high, keening, packed with emotion—is allied to a songwriting sensibility which is, at times, devastating.” Clash
*poster photography by Alex Townsend
A Facebook Live stream from “Temple of Lozen” performing her Goal Digger album in it’s entirety. Listeners will be offered a hybrid musical experience blending both acoustic, unplugged, and electronic versions of the songs. Lozen will also be sharing in depth backstories behind the making of the record, followed by a Q&A period and a handcrafted Lozen Mandala Pendant Necklace giveaway.
A quarantine basement performance by Dave of some original songs and covers, sponsored by Creative BC
1) You Don’t Know How It Feels (Tom Petty)
2) Party Lights (Original) @ 5:45
3) Slide (Goo Goo Dolls) @ 9:05
4) If It Makes You Happy (Sheryl Crow) @ 12:05
5) Always Chasing Something (Original) @ 16:45
6) Hand In My Pocket (Alanis Morissette) @ 20:35
7) The Middle (Jimmy Eat World) @25:35
8) Everything Girl (Original) 28:35
No live gigs – might as well scream – Ooops, I mean stream. I’m hosting my first live stream musical performance and I hope you’ll pop in for a visit. You’ll hear some new songs, some old songs, You’ll get to see my new gear, and I’ll even have a special guest. 5pm PST Thanks to Creative BC and the Province of BC for their support. #creativebc #showcasebc
In the depths of the great potluck ban of 2020, Jason Camp and The Posers recorded a live basement session on Haida Gwaii. Showcasing some new songs on a boring afternoon, some of the lost chronicles of Jonny Begel and his quest to return to his motherland, and some reminders that its good to focus on trying to smile as the world crumbles around you. So lean back and settle in, and join the Haida trio as they help you waste another afternoon.
Colour Tongues returns for their first show of 2021, courtesy of Blue Light Studios in Vancouver. Featuring new music off of their upcoming debut full length album, the boys are back.
This show will live-stream from our Blue Light Sessions facebook page as well as the Colour Tongues facebook page.
**This is a “free” show, however our artist and crew still need to eat and our industry is currently on hold. For those that can, please consider dropping a tip in our tip jar via the link below. The earnings will be split 60% to the band and 40% to Blue Light Sessions. You’ll have one week from show day to tip out your artist**
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Colour Tongues is a four-piece Indie Rock band based out of Vancouver, Canada. Formed by Brisbane-born frontman James Challis and Winnipeg-native bass player Dan Lavergne in 2017, the group was later joined by Graeme Meekison on guitar, and drummer Dave Taylor in 2018. Since that time the band has emerged with a distinct sound that blends the complexities of math rock with the accessibility of indie, with comps including Phoenix, Foals, and Minus The Bear.
Colour Tongues has been listed in Vancouver’s Daily Hive as one of the Top 10 concerts to see in Vancouver alongside the likes of Lorde and Santana, with their live shows being described by Beatroute BC as “playful with dynamics, fast in their execution and with a fresh progressive sound”.
Join me as I share an easy way to collect your fleeting songwriting ideas: through “song seeds.” I’ll discuss the concept, share some of my own song seeds and how I collect them, and attempt to develop a song with your help! I’ll also be answering any questions about songwriting, lyric writing and more!
Hermann’s Jazz Club from Victoria, BC, is hosting a Christmas Eve/Christmas Day multi-artist show by live cast! Featuring over 50 musicians pre-recorded from the club through-out December, the segment will be live streamed on YouTube. Musicians, families and audiences across the globe will be able to share the spirit of the holidays together in this virtual gathering and message their love to family/friends in distant (or down the block) living rooms through YouTube chat.
You’ll hear world-renowned musicians such as pianist Pablo Cardenas, whose varied styles are influenced by his Latin and Cuban heritage; David Vest, five-time winner of Canada’s national Maple Blues Award for Piano Player of the Year; Black Canadian Award’s Best Jazz and Soul Artist winner, Maureen Washington, and many more! In the spirit of giving and sharing music, viewer donations will go directly to Music Heals – a worthy charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for music therapy in Canada.
Connect with our community this holiday on YouTube live stream and share in a musical experience from wherever you are.
On Tuesday, December 22 at 7PM PST, enter the soulful world of two-time JUNO nominated, award-winning recording artist Warren Dean Flandez for a holiday charged, gospel infused virtual concert proudly presented by the City of Delta and supported by Creative BC. This unique holiday special will showcase reimagined Christmas classics along with original material from Warren’s JUNO nominated album ‘Speak’. This broadcast will air on the City of Delta’s Facebook and Youtube platforms as the finale of the ‘Home for the Holidays’ campaign dedicated to supporting local businesses and connecting the community during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Performances will take place in various locations across Delta showcasing Tsawwassen, Ladner and North Delta, the three communities that make up the unique tapestry of the city of Delta.