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Ottawa Folk Festival 2014

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Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 5) – Hey Rosetta!, Joss Stone, The War on Drugs, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  The fifth and final day of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 featured peformances by Newfoundland-based indie rock band Hey Rosetta!, who will release their new LP, Second Sight, on October 21 via Sonic Records/Warner Music Canada, and who replaced original headliners The Gaslight Anthem, UK soul-R&B singer Joss Stone, who released her sixth album, The Soul Sessions … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 4) – Blue Rodeo, Ed Kowalczyk, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  The fourth day of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 featured performances by iconic Canadian country rock band Blue Rodeo, who released their thirteenth album, In Our Nature, on October 29th, 2013 via Warner Music Canada, which is certified gold in Canada, alternative rock artist Ed Kowalczyk, who is a founding member of hard … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 3) – The National, Wake Owl, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  Day three of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 featured performances Brooklyn-based indie rock quintet The National, who released their sixth album, Trouble Will Find Me, on May 17th, 2013 via 4AD, which spawned the singles “Demons”, “Don’t Swallow The Cap”, and “I Need My Girl”, Vancouver and Portland-based indie pop band Wake Owl, … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 2) – Serena Ryder, Lorde, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  The second day of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 featured performances by JUNO Award-winning Toronto-based folk-rocker Serena Ryder, who released her sixth album, Harmony, on November 27th, 2012 via EMI, GRAMMY-nominated pop singer Lorde, who released her debut album, Pure Heroine, on September 27th, 2013 via Universal, Vancouver-based synth rock band Dear Rouge, … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 1) – Foster The People, Blues Traveler, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  The first day of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 in Ottawa’s beautiful Hog’s Back Park featured performances by LA-based indie pop trio Foster The People, who are best known for their breakthrough single “Pumped Up Kicks”, and who released their second album, Supermodel, which spawned the singles “Coming of Age”, “Pseudologia Fantastica” … Continue reading

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