I was unexpected to attend Jim Bryson‘s show at the Blacksheep Inn.
Thanks to a nice person who gave me a ride to venue in Wakefield, Quebec.
It was a sold out show and quite packed with alot of excited Jim Bryson fans.
What a show it was and probably a tradition for Jim.
It is the ninth year that he has been doing this show at the Blacksheep Inn in Wakefield, Quebec.
It is very popular in the Ottawa music scene.
The opener was Tusks was Toronto.
Seen them performed back in August at Mavericks.
They are always great live and rocked the set.
Get their six-song EP.
On to Jim Bryson, I would have thought he would sing Christmas holiday tunes. Which would be interesting but its very early.
He sang mostly from his album Where The Bungalows Roam and other older songs which I wasn’t aware of. Apparently, the old albums are not available and sang two new songs.
It was such a lovely intimate show.
Great to have a singer from Ottawa who can bring alot of fun and emotion to his music. And have people in droves to come and be entertained.
Enjoyed the stories he tells after the song is done and before a new song starts.
Its funny, crazy and entertaining.
Which is a good thing since he interacts with the audience.
Jim is truly a great performer.
Favorite when he sang a long version of The Wishes Pile Up.
Liked it when he called it a party anthem song.
Sang Clear The Crowds, which is a “crowd” pleaser at his shows.
I finally bought Where The Bungalows Roam and had it signed by Jim, himself.
Can’t wait for the new album or see him play with Kathleen Edwards on tour.
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