From roots to hip-hop, from the dance floor to the soft seat theatre, here’s this weekend’s live music picks from RPM.
Krunk 4 the Kidz
December 8 – The Lytics, Young Kidd, and White Rhino will be performing at the Republic Nightclub in Winnipeg, MB, raising funds and collecting unwrapped toys and canned goods for the Christmas Cheer board. More info: YOUNG KIDD & THE LYTICS LIVE @ REPUBLIC NITECLUB “KRUNK 4 THE KIDS”.
December 10 – Enjoy the roots rock of Indigenous at Trouser Mouse in Blue Springs, MO. More info: indigenousmusic.net.
“UNINTERUPTED” Jazz and Blues Review
December 9 – The Dusty Roads Band joins the lineup of ten bands taking the sate at the Manitoba Hydro Gallery, Winnipeg, MB. More info: 1st Annual “Uninterupted Blues and Jazz Review”.
December 10 – Not exactly a live music event, but Lakota Jonez is looking for extras to be in her newest music video. The shoot will take place at Launchpad in Albuquerque, NM. More info: Lakota Jonez Music Video Shoot Part 3.
December 10 – It’s that time of the month when A Tribe Called Red puts on their one of a kind show at Babylon Nightclub, Ottawa, ON. More info: Electric Powwow.
December 11 – Enjoy some new tunes and stories from Art in the wonderful Duncan Garage Showroom, Duncan, BC. More info: Art Napoleon Showroom Concert with Rockin’ Cowboy Marty Jones.
December 11 – Spoken word artist January Rogers will perform in “Mohawk Poetics” at the National Museum of the American Indian, in Washington, D.C. More info: nmai.si.edu.