Roxodus Music Fest, expected to be the biggest summer rock concert in Canada, is a first time event that’s generating a lot of buzz boasting legendary acts and experiences.
The “Piana from Savannah” Victor Wainwright and the Train thrilled a near capacity crowd at Rockstar Music Hall during a concert hosted by the Canada South Blues Society.
Abridged Opera with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra brought an enchanting tale of Cinderella to life in their production of Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon at Willistead Manor.
Former Windsorite Vern Smith, winding down his seven week “The Green Ghetto” book tour made a stop in Windsor with special guests South River Slim and his band.
The Family Soul and My Son The Hurricane brought lots of brass and horns to their Mardis Gras concert hosted by Nola’s restaurant at the Olde Walkerville Theatre.
The annual International Women’s Day Concert, a fundraiser supporting House of Sophrosyne featured an incredible lineup of female musicians at RockStar Music Hall.
A JUNOs 2019 Host City Music Exchange industry workshop at Phog Lounge and an all ages concert at The Olde Walkerville Theatre took place in Windsor on Thursday night.
James Gibb brought his spot on Elvis tribute, “Loving You,” with his backup band of premier local musicians, The Silvertones, to the Olde Walkerville Theatre.
Slocan Ramblers played to a sold out crowd in Kingsville during a Road To Folk Fest concert this past Friday in support of their Juno nominated album Queen City Jubilee.
Singer and songwriter Crissi Cochrane sat down for an interview with Eyes On Windsor’s Dan Boshart to talk about motherhood, love songs, and finding success in Italy,