Saturday, August 24, 2019

Event Date Body Facebook event url Venue
North Of Nowhere & Spirit Of The Wildfire @ Teazers , Amherst
Saturday, August 17, 2019 - 09:00 to Sunday, August 25, 2019 - 01:00

Hey friends/fans/otherwise!

August 17t with Spirit of the Wildfire & North of Nowhere! We will be burning down (figuratively) Teazers Pub in Amherst N.S

Spirit of the Wildfire bring with them an energy that is unmatched. The live show is equal parts debauchery and pure ska punk awesomeness. Check them out on all major streaming services!

North of Nowhere will be fresh out of the studio and ready to sing you tales of fishing vessels, broken hearts and noisey streets.

So come on out and show the fellas some love would ya! I mean..... we would for you.

This event is 19 plus Teazers
Spirit of the Wildifre / June Body / Nothing Serious / Mattel's @ Oasis Pub, August 24th
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 09:00 to Sunday, August 25, 2019 - 01:00

Saturday August 24th @ Oasis Pub catch Spirit of the Wildfire, June Body, Mattel's and Nothing Serious as they make their way down from Ontario.

Spirit of the Wildfire
Spirit of the Wildfire assaults their listeners with a high energy, dynamic experience from an arsenal of unique styles and sounds. Combining a diverse array of influences from Ska to Hip Hop, with a hard hitting punk aggression, the group dubs their sound 'Funk Punk’.

June Body
Halifax alternative pop-rock trio interested in hearts and brains. 'Life from Underneath' available everywhere.

Nothing Serious
Three folks cracking jokes.
Making music, having fun.

Mattel's are a high energy, often goofy, but rock-n-rollin' cover band from the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Oasis Pub
David Myles at (KIRA) Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts Amphitheatre
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 19:00

Show: 7:00 PM - Free Show - Admission by donation only 
More info @ (KIRA) Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts Amphitheatre, 130 Prince of Wales St, St. Andrews, NB E5B 1Y8
Paul St-Amand Quartet at Saint Ignatius
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 19:30

Trumpeter and singer Paul St-Amand teams with some of Halifax's finest musicians to present a concert of jazz, soul, blues, and pop at Saint Ignatius Church, overlooking the picturesque Bedford Basin. The powerhouse quartet for this show includes guitarist Georges Hébert, bassist Ronald Hynes, and drummer Andrew Miller. The concert also features guest vocalist Carolyn Curry.

$20 door. $15 advance tickets available on

About the Musicians:

Trumpeter and singer Paul St-Amand has earned raves for his lyrical sound and expressive singing voice. His band Blue Spirits received a 2017 Music Nova Scotia Award nomination for Jazz Recording of the Year, and he performs regularly with his Trio/Quartet and a variety of duo partners. He is also a member of the popular Latin ensemble Son Latino. Paul has recorded with a variety of rock, pop, jazz, and soul artists, including The Stanfields, Corey Isenor, Arsoniste, and Roxy & The Underground Soul Sound. Also an accomplished classical player, Paul is a founding member of the Bedford Brass Quintet.

Guitarist Georges Hébert is a veteran performer and producer. He was Anne Murray's guitar accompanist for 30 years, and performed on television and radio shows like 'Sing-a-Long Jubilee' and 'Denny's Show'. Georges has released five albums as a bandleader, and produced albums for many other singers and instrumentalists. He is a longtime resident of Bedford, where he maintains a music studio.

Bassist Ronald Hynes is another in-demand Halifax musician, touring and recording with The Rankin Family, Ben Caplan, Donald MacLennan, and many more. When not touring, he performs weekly with Silvio Pupo and Damien Moynihan at The Local's popular jazz night. In 2017 he was voted Musician of the Year by Music Nova Scotia.

Andrew Miller is an award-winning drummer, composer, and teacher. A graduate of the University of Toronto, he is a recipient of the TD Stingray Rising Star Award and the Buddy DeFranco Outstanding Jazz Soloist Award. He leads his own trio in Halifax featuring his original compositions, and has also performed with Port Cities, Michael Formanek, David Liebman, Brad Roberts (Crash Test Dummies), Jimmy Rankin, Phil Nimmons, and many more. Andrew has a busy private studio in Bedford.

Carolyn Curry holds a Master of Music in Jazz Performance from the University of North Texas, and often features as a performer and Musical Director at Grafton Street Dinner Theatre. She performs regularly with the alt-rock Cyrus R.O. Quartet, and the popular ABBA tribute Dancing Queen. Saint Ignatius Church, 1288 Bedford Highway, Bedford