Although the self-described “ska-rockers” have relocated to Toronto, three of the members are originally from Aylmer, Que. and consider Ottawa their hometown. The band has toured across Canada, but play primarily in eastern Ontario, and are thrilled to be returning to one of Ottawa’s most popular live music venues, as they have played the Ottawa scene extensively.
The Zolas are touring in the wake of the release of their latest EP, Wino Oracle, which came out Oct. 2. The four songs on the EP are a bit of a departure from the rhythmic experimental rock style of their first two studio albums. With its fast tempos and dance-friendly beats, Wino Oracle is much more lively and upbeat than their older music.
Smith Romero says she is looking forward to providing students with only high quality shows. Upcoming events at the restaurant feature artists from Ottawa, the Yukon, Los Angeles, Toronto, and San Francisco.
The queen of R&B Jully Black stops by Ottawa for a night of fun while raising money for an important cause.