>> Friday, September 30, 2011
First up, on November 16th, Sudbury artists Ox drop by the Lo Pub alongside erstwhile 11 questions participants Forest City Lovers.
Wednesday, November 9th sees Tom Wilson (of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings/Junkhouse/ LeE HARVeY OsMOND) play the WECC.
Montreal-rooted indie rocker Mark Sultan is scheduled to play the Royal Albert on October 29th. Highly doubtful, though, considering this recent bit of Albert-related news in yesterday's FreeP.
Mark Berube & The Patriotic Few return to town for a gig at the WECC on October 19th.
PEI pop-rockers Paper Lions also return to Peg City for a show at The Lo on October 20th.
Celebrate Halloween at the Pyramid on October 28th with DJs Hunnicut & Co-op and Ric Hard.
Add Acres of Lions to the Ten Second Epic bill going down at the WECC on November 19th.
Finally, the NHL has answered the prayers of many a Winnipeger: Nickelback aren't playing the NHL Face-Off Festival happening at the Forks this Thursday. Instead, the city'll be treated to the musical sounds of, ummm, Three Days Grace, Inward Eye, and Bachman and Turner. On the plus side, the event'll be hosting by George Stroumboulopoulos, and with any luck we'll finally learn whether his surname actually fits on the back of a hockey jersey.