2155 Northridge Dr.
Saskatoon, SK S7L 6X6
Phone: (306) 934-1122
Fax: (306) 934-6539
2155 Northridge Dr., Saskatoon, SK, CA, S7L 6X6
- Phone: (306) 934-1122
- Fax: (306) 934-6539
July 26, 2014
Modest Mouse is an American alternative rock band formed in Seattle suburb of Issaquah, Washington. The band's sound has managed to change with each consecutive album release and although the group first started as a timid indie rock group, it has morphed into a swarthy alternative rock troupe with confidence to boot.
August 03, 2014
Bruno Mars has become something of a sensation as of late and has achieved a popularity that may blindside those less familiar with the goings on of the world's most recent MTV generation. However, the combination of Bruno's suave looks, keen ear for pop tunes and tremendous on-stage talent has proven to be a recipe for success - major success, apparently.
August 16, 2014 7:30 PM
Brian Regan is a family-friendly comedian who has made a name for himself through multiple specials on Comedy Central and over 20 appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman. Instead of cracking one-liners and dropping dozens of curse words, he likes to build up everyday stories of confusion and lessons he learned from his childhood. Regan is also known for his use of subtle physical humor while acting out various characters.
August 28, 2014 7:00 PM
Before the widely popular starlet Katy Perry became a well-known figure of the pop music scene, she had a modest career as a gospel singer.Born in Santa Barbara, California to devout Pentecostal pastors, Perry grew up listening to Christian and gospel music, and she soon realized a deep-seated connection to song craft.After taking her GED and leaving high school to pursue a career in music, Perry relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, for a period of time and attracted some attention, eventually signing with the Christian music label Red Hill.Though she released her debut album in 2001, the LP failed to perform well--forcing Perry to reconsider to approach to song writing and singing.Relocating to Los Angeles and working with a number of high profile producers, Perry started to discover a side of herself that she never really knew existed. Writing provocative lyrics and singing them with unbridled enthusiasm, Perry would create a characteristic sound for herself that shone through on her breakout 2008 LP, One of the Boys. Having since gone on to release her massively popular 2010 album, Teenage Dream, in addition to touring the world with her impressive stage show, Perry has gone on to be regarded as one of the more versatile and revered female voices of her generation.
August 28, 2014 8:00 PM
Representative of the sunny beaches of Southern California that it calls home, Los Angeles-based outfit The Mowgli's creates light and breezy tunes in the country folk mold. Formed loosely from a pack of friends who decided to start penning songs together, the band blends retro-minded California soul with stripped-down, acoustic arrangements via guitar, percussion, tambourine and group vocal singalongs. Many of The Mowgli's songs call to mind the classic country rock of groups like the Band and CSNY, yet the group manages to present them in enough of a quaint, modern folk-influenced package to appeal to both older and newer generations.
September 11, 2014 7:30 PM
September 13, 2014 8:00 PM
Russell Peters is a comedian and actor from Toronto who got his start in 1997 on the Canadian TV series Comedy Now!. He eventually captured a national audience with segments such as the 2005 Comedy Central special Outsourced, which touches on the concept of foreign relations with subjects ranging from Asians and Latin Americans to English accents and terrorists. As a Canadian born to Indian parents, he offers a brand of observational humor that plays on ethnic and cultural stereotypes, often touching on the global issues of immigration and racism.
September 23, 2014 7:00 PM
Formed in Portland in the late 1990s by Rob Wong and Nate "Nanotear" Carson, Witch Mountain is a rock-minded metal band that fuses the heavy blues of early Black Sabbath with the retro-minded grunge of fellow Pacific Northwesterners Nirvana. Eventually adding throat-shredding vocalist Uta Plotkin, the band likes to temper its sludgy bombast with moments of unexpected beauty and grace.