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Fri 28 Feb 2014

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Bry Webb, Grey Kingdom, Brittany Brooks
Presented by NAC and IndoorShoes
Saturday 1 March at NAC


Tickets available at Rock Universe February 7th

BRY WEBB | Guelph, ON
“For many years, Bry has been making quieter songs, outside of the bombast of The Constantines. He has performed many of these songs live, opening for Oakley Hall, Al Tuck, Christine Fellows and Dan Mangan, among others, and appeared at Sappyfest and the Dawson City Music Festival. In November 2011, Bry Webb released a collection of nine songs on the independent label, Idee Fixe. The recordings were made in three days with engineer/producer Jeff McMurrich (Jennifer Castle, Sandro Perri, Owen Pallet). Bry, along with lap steel player Rich Burnett, pedal steel player Mike Brooks, and upright bassist Tyler Belluz, recorded the album almost entirely live off the floor, playing together in one large room at 6 Nassau in Toronto. The album is eerie, minimal, and organic. It’s called Provider.”


“Just as Burton absorbs the basic interactions of any daily routine, he continues to wade in his own ocean – sometimes shifting, swelling, but always tapped into those sentiments wedged underneath. And so pours the melody.”

Brittany is a multi-media artist from St. Catharines ON, currently attending Brock University for Studio Arts. Her visual practice includes, but is not limited to: illustration, animation, and performance art. She is the lead singer/songwriter/guitarist of folk group Creature Speak.
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22nd Annual Celebration of Women in Music
Sunday 2 March 4pm-7pm
Black Sea Hall – 455 Welland Ave, St.Catharines

Tickets are $20 in advance
Or $25 at the door
All proceeds to YWCA Niagara Region
Food by Keeping Kitchens
Cash Bar
Tickets available at Ryson’s Music and The Peanut Mill.
Call for Artists
New gallery in Welland seeking artists, craftspeople, and curators to propose projects. All forms of contemporary art considered. For more information please contact Malcolm Gear at or 905 714 9089.


Niagara Artists Centre is located on the ancestral lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples.

This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and is within the land protected by the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement