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,
Blues is his business, and Larry McCray proved it to a less than capacity but boisterous crowd at Canada South Blues Society’s first major show of 2019 at Rockstar Music Hall.
Powerhouse vocalist Sarah Smith, fresh off a week of performing in Jamaica, headed right into the cold in Windsor to perform with local bands, The Oh Chays, and Fresh Breath.
Personifying “Southern Rock,” Mississippi’s Saving Abel thrilled a capacity crowd and sat down with Eyes On Windsor for an exclusive interview in “Canada’s Deep South.”
It was a family affair as Cheap Trick rocked Caesars Windsor with guitarist Rick Nielson’s son Daxx on drums and Robin Taylor Zander on guitar, son of lead singer Robin Zander.
Windsor Folk Music Society presented the first edition of their biannual showcase concert at historic Mackenzie Hall featuring some of the area’s best musical talent.