February 12, 2009

Jill Barber, The Grad Club, Kingston, 29 February 2008

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 1:10 pm by rgsc

photo from 30 March 2007 at the Grad Club by Weekend Vagabond (and check out the stunning photos from NYC in November by gabi porter|ballulah). Hello fellow dreamers and lovers, There is no better place you could be this Valentine’s Day than in the Grand Theatre with Jill Barber. The whole world is starting to […]

February 9, 2008

Jill Barber, The Grad Club, Kingston, 30 March 2007

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 12:59 pm by rgsc

photo from the show by Weekend Vagabond. If you looked to see which artist or band that I’ve featured most often here in the 2+ years of b(oot)log, I think it is a pretty safe bet to say that Jill Barber takes the number one spot. There are a few reasons for this. First and […]

March 24, 2007

Jill Barber, Grad Club, Kingston, 23 November 2006

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 7:38 pm by rgsc

photos from Miles From Nowhere, who also has some videos from the evening. Next weekend Jill Barber will return to the Grad Club. If you’ve read b(oot)log with any regularity you will know that I am a fan and have featured her on more than one occassion in these pages. I don’t know what Barber […]

February 2, 2007

Jill Barber loves CFRC & You Should Too

Posted in mp3, mumbling, radio session at 12:21 pm by rgsc

Today marks the start of the annual funding drive of the Queen’s University/Kingston Community radio station CFRC, . You should open your hearts (and your wallets) and give, give, give. Not only will you be supporting what is, in my humble opinion, the best radio station around, but you will also be able to pick […]

October 7, 2006

Jill Barber, The Grad Club, Kingston, 3 February 2005

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 1:20 pm by rgsc

Photo by Paige_Eliz of Jill at her CD Release at St. Matthew’s United Church, Halifax, 30 September 2006. I’ve featured the lovely Jill Barber in these pages before, so I trust you are all familiar with her and her wonderfulness and I shall cut right to the chase. Every time Jill graces the Grad Club […]

April 9, 2006

Jill Barber, Grad Club, Kingston, 8 November 2005

Posted in b-side/rarity/etc, bootleg, mp3 at 9:11 pm by rgsc

For such a small place, Kingston has produced and/or nurtured a wide range of extremely talented musicians and bands. Some bands exist only while the members are at the University and then are left behind when the people leave for the real world, others continue to perform and grow as artists. Jill Barber is a […]

February 12, 2011

Jim Bryson & The Weakerthans, Wolfe Island Music Fest, 7 August 2010

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 4:20 pm by rgsc

Jim Bryson and his friends The Weakerthans are coming to town tonight. However, if you don’t have your ticket already you are out of luck ’cause the show is sold out. If you are like me and don’t have a ticket you are probably going to miss a great show. Maybe you were lucky enough […]

September 8, 2009

Matthew Barber, The Grad Club, Kingston, 29 February 2008

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 5:19 pm by rgsc

Photo of Matt & Jill Barber, with Stu Crooks, taken at Hillside, 2006, by Easternblot. This Sunday, two performers I love –  Matthew Barber and Jill Barber – are playing at a place I love By Chadsey’s Cairn Winery, located in beautiful Prince Edward County. This afternoon show (2pm start), which they are calling “Barbers […]

January 30, 2009

CFRC Funding Drive!

Posted in mp3, mumbling, radio session at 1:28 pm by rgsc

It is time to open your wallet and give to support Campus and Community Radio. Today is the start of CFRC 101.9 FM‘s (CFRC’s site is down at the moment after the AMS’ servers, which host it, imploded. A temporary site has been set up here) 4th Annual Funding Drive. Giving is easy easy easy. […]

April 8, 2007

Bairds and Barbers, Fuse, CBC Radio, 3 March 2007 rebroadcast

Posted in mp3, radio session at 8:39 pm by rgsc

photo of Jill Barber with Matthew Barber and Stu Crooks at the Hillside Festival, Guelph, 31 July 2006 by Easternblot. There were no shows this weekend (well, none that I was interested in – did anyone see Ben Folds? How was it?) and I place the blame squarely on the shoulders of the Easter Bunny. […]

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