Stream Team: Week of July 9
Thursday, July 9
Steven Adams does some songs and answers some questions
July 9 @ 1pm PDT / 4pm EDT
The English song man will perform some of his solo tunes—perhaps preview new jams from his August release with The French Drops?—and answer questions from former Guardian music editor Michael Hann.
Friday, July 10
July 10 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
The UK troubadour—mashing up influences as disparate as Delta blues, country, and metal—will play his new single “Rock Ferry” and preview other jams from his new album.
Splash'N Boots LIVE - The Big Summer Kick-Off Concert!
July 10 @ 2pm PDT / 5pm EDT
This legendary “uniquely heart-centred act” offers up music to move your kids (and their parents) at this seasonal all-ages party.
ZINNIA @ New West House Concerts
July 10 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
ZINNIA—AKA Rachael Cardiello—brings her sad and artful pop from Toronto into your living room (or where have you), playing songs from her synth-driven debut LP Sensations in Two Dot.
Fawn & David at The Village Bakery
July 10 @ 7:00pm PDT / 10pm EDT
Vancouver jazz songwriter Fawn Fritzen will play two sets from The Village Bakery in Haines Junction, joined by David Restivo on piano, including a preview of her upcoming album.
Saturday, July 11
July 11 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
The Canadian-based Americana duo—AKA Sheila Carabine and Brian MacMillan—will play songs by their favourite Canadians and maybe a few from their debut A Little Fight Left Yet.
The Luchkow Stadlen Jarvis Trio
July 11 @ 7pm PDT / 10pm EDT
The Bach-Abel concerts were England’s first subscription concerts, organized between 1765 and 1782 by J.C. Bach and C.F. Abel. Victoria’s Luchkow Stadlen Jarvis Trio presents charming chamber music for violin, viola da gamba, and fortepiano, by Bach and Abel, as well as their contemporaries.
Sunday, July 12
The Barrel Boys
July 12 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
The bluegrass outfit Barrel Boys will celebrate the A-side of their new album Mainline, live from the floor of The Cotton Factory in Hamilton, Ontario.
Tuesday, July 14
July 14 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
The Calgary-based duo—Alex Hughes on vocals and guitar and Darcy Stamp on violin—will dig deep into its country repertoire and showcase their own originals.
Wednesday, July 15
The Campfire Series Presents: Survivor’s Ethan Zohn
July 15 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
Survivor’s season 3 winner Zohn will deliver a keynote about his time on the show, his experience with cancer, and anything you’d like to ask him. Send your Qs in advance to email@example.com.