Pick of the Day: Live Music

Holy moly, there’s a whole shitload pile of live music in Regina tonight.

In addition to the Sumner Brothers at Creative City Centre, Drawn Ship (pictured) are playing at O’Hanlon’s Pub. They’re a two-piece out of Vancouver that Emmet previewed in our Sept. 8 issue. At the Exchange, CJTR is presenting another 10th  Anniversary Showcase. Performing will be Birds Are Dinosaurs and Sun Zoom Sparx. At Brandt Centre, American country star Keith Urban is playing with The Band Perry (7:30 p.m. $83.50-$98.50). At the Districkt, meanwhile, there’s the Nate Dogg Tribute Tour with Warren G and DJ Fresh (9 p.m., $20). Six Cylinder Symphony is at Gaslight Saloon, while Dangerous Cheese are at McNally’s Tavern, and Electric Angel are at Pump Roadhouse.

Finally, Jennifer Warnes is at Casino Regina (8 p.m. $30, $35). To close, here’s video from awhile ago of Warnes’ performing “First We Take Manahattan” from the Leonard Cohen tribute album Famous Blue Raincoat.

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2 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: Live Music”

  1. Speaking of O’Hanlon’s, I was there last night and noticed they have taken down the plywood barrier on the dance floor area (although construction is still not finished). You can still get a good look at what it will look like when it’s done, however: about 500 more square feet of space to dance and another bi-level that is either going to be a stage or another seating area, and another set of stairs that connects with the upstairs bar from the backside. Excellent!

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