CBC Bandwidth Session competition – Final round


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We  all know it’s voting season for our neighbours down south, but you can also exercise your right (if you so choose) by supporting some of Ottawa’s best acts for a session with CBC Bandwidth. This is great because it’s Ontario-wide and could provide one our city’s many talented artists/band with a chance to get a bit more exposure. Loon Choir, Three Little Birds and The Musettes are a few acts from Ottawa who have made it to the final round, with stiff competition. Here’s a rundown of that list from the Bandwidth blog:


Cast your vote here


September’s past, but this song by The Musettes is still perfect fall listening:



The Musettes



You may have heard Lyndon’s Frozen Lake on Bandwidth — the project of singer-songwriter Isaac Rendell. Click below to hear a great track off his debut album, Be A Light:




Lyndon’s Frozen Lake

Be A Light



Ukulele and a sweet voice to boot — what isn’t to love about JoJo Worthington?


JoJo WorthingtonNorth Bay-er turned Ottawan Fellow (also known as Tyler Joseph Roy) shared a soft and catchy tune off his latest EP, The Woods:



“Sold Your Soul to a Landfill”


The Woods EP



Wakefield rockers Farewell Davidson probably can’t perform open heart surgery, but they sure can sing about it:


“Open Heart Surgery”

Farewell Davidson

Hometown Lights




Ottawa’s Three Little Birds are known for their sweet harmonies and songs that touch on tough subjects:


“Dirty Old Man”

Three Little Birds

Three Little Birds




Ottawa rockers No Fly List perform a live song at CKCU community radio — click below to hear it:


“No Abuse”

No Fly List

Live performance at CKCU




Some classic rock out of Ottawa — take a listen to a new song from River City Junction off their upcoming album:


“Love You So”

River City Junction




Kingston’s Luke Cyrus Hunter’s deep voice and catchy country will have you tapping your toes:


“That’s All”

Luke Cyrus Hunter




Click below to hear a catchy tune from sweet-voiced Toronto singer-songwriter Alyson McNamara:

“Stuck to You”

Alyson McNamara



If you love soul and R&B, you’ll love Toronto’s NALA:


“Tender Kisses”




“This Way” from Ottawa electro-pop band PUBLIK:


“This Way”