Stream Team: Week of May 14

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Here’s who you can catch live on Side Door this week.


We’ve created a Stream Team weekly playlist on Spotify!


Thursday, May 14

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Steven Adams is staying in

May 14 @ 1pm PDT / 4pm EDT
The British bandleader—The French Drops will not be on this call—will play tunes from across his extensive, personal-meets-political song catalogue. Maybe he’ll even drop a few treats from the new French Drops album due out this summer.

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PAULeeCee Live on ZOOM!i!

May 14 @ 3pm PDT / 6pm EDT
The Nashville-based PAULeeCee has had a busy April, dropping a trio of singles—“Money on My Mind,” “Cake,” and the latest, “Famous Friends”—all of which he’ll perform tonight along with a slew of other jams.

Friday, May 15

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Evening Concert w/Lydia Hol

May 15 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
The Vancouver-based Hol invites you to go cocktail casual—there’s a prize for best outfit—and celebrate her new single “Let the Light In,” fresh out that very day.

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Matt Long #Quarantunes

May 15 @ 7pm PDT / 10pm EDT
Coming at you live from San Diego, Long will be playing jams from his EP Talk of the Town, plus select covers. He was once referred to as “what Peter Gabriel and Muse would sound like if they teamed up and re-recorded the Magical Mystery Tour,” in case you were hovering over the Get Tickets button.

Saturday, May 16


SOLD OUT: Steven Page Live from Home IV

This show is sold out, but Steven Page has announced a FIFTH SHOW on May 23

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“You Bring It, I Sing It” with Coco Love Alcorn (part 1)

May 16 @ 11am PDT / 2pm EDT
Alcorn opens the virtual door wide open with an interactive experience, in which she invites you to bring her anything written and she will sing it, including: love letters, poetry, recipes, knitting patterns, government reports, instruction manuals, homework…

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Matthew Barber performs Ghost Notes

May 16 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
The singer-songwriter strolls down memory lane with a performance and dissection of his 2008 full-length Ghost Notes, a roots-rocking, folk-singing classic. Hear the stories, the influences, and of course the songs, with proceeds going to the Daily Bread Food Bank.

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May 16 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
Sagen Pearse—the artist known as Hollowsage—offers folk compositions from his debut album Nuclear Home. A funeral director by day, as Hollowsage Pearse offers songs of “the shadow side of human nature.”

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Rory Taillon Album Release Show #quarantunes

May 16 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
The Ottawa folk singer—“a voice to match the majesty of the Rockies”—has a new album, Drifting, out this week. And though he can’t be in his favourite place—your town—to celebrate it, you can come to him.

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Duncan Ivany & The North Coast Band LIVE ONLINE with the Circle Theatre

May 16 @ 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT
Ivany and The North Coasters (plus special guests) will play their hearts out for the Circle Theatre—an independent movie theatre in Alliston, Ontario, built in 1938.


Spirit Songs: Words and Music of Hope & Healing

May 16 @ 5:30pm PDT / 7:30pm EDT
A quartet of singer-songwriters offers a virtual in-the-round show with proceeds going Toronto’s Stop Community Food Centre. Join dedicated to the theme of hope & healing and featuring contributions from Ken Whiteley, Coco Love Alcorn, Jon Brooks, and Mark Kleiner as they present songs on the theme of hope and healing.

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Caleb Neff Plays for Harry Chapin Food Bank

May 16 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
The guitarist and songwriter Neff is the lead singer of Rosaline, a
southern rock band out of southwestern Florida. Tonight he goes solo in support of feeding people in his community.

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Wavelength presents: May Long Distance Party with Rapport

May 16 @ 5pm PDT / 8pm EDT
The indie-pop trio is hosting a virtual housewarming party. Playing songs from its debut EP, In the Dark, among others, Rapport will give you “harmonic stylings of the ’50s…dreamy keyboard soundscapes of the ’80s…tied together with a fun/sad baroque pop twist.”

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John Prine Tribute Concert by Rob Roper

May 16 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
John Prine had hundreds of thousands of dedicated fans; chief among them is the Denver singer-songwriter and Scupanon frontperson Rob Roper. He’ll be playing his favourite Prine compositions and encourages you to bring your favourite memories, albums, and anecdotes. Half of the proceeds will be donated to Room at the Inn, which supports those living on the streets of Nashville.

Sunday, May 17

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The Rabbit Hole with Iain Lee & Katherine Boyle

May 17 @ 10am PDT / 1pm EDT
The UK comedy podcast comes live into your living room for “nonsense and silliness,” and wants you to call or Skype into the show.



May 17 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
Singer-songwriter Michel continues his witty weekly wonder show from his home studio in rural Ontario. He’s digging through his catalogue to come up with a new theme every week, but requests remain encouraged.

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Said The Whale presents: Howe Sounds/Taking Abalonia

May 17 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
The Vancouver indie-rock outfit will play through its 2008 release/breakthough in full, possibly in the same room, possibly not. There’s only one way to know for sure.

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Sarah Slean live from her Living Room, Vol.2

May 17 @ 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT
The Toronto-based piano-tamer returns for another intimate and interactive, taking requests from deep within her 20-year songbook.

Monday, May 18

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The Zolas

May 18 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
The Vancouver indie-pop trio has a trove of LPs, EPs, and seven-inches—it’s all in the realm of possibility during this Monday night special.

Wednesday, May 20

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Steve Patterson's Greatest Bits, Vol. 1

May 20 @ 5:30pm PDT / 8:30pm EDT
Comedian and Debaters host Patterson will tell jokes from the past 20 years, “a combination of razor-sharp wit, meticulously crafted material and songs that surprise most people who ‘didn't know he had it in him,’” as he says.

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Jess Knights: From Her Home to Your Home

May 20 @ 6pm PDT / 9pm EDT
The Calgary soul singer’s debut, due out in June Best Kind of Light has been delayed, so you can hear the songs now and be ready when the time comes.