The Wilderness + The Rambles + Tiny Horse

Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street/ Byward Market, Ottawa, Ontario

The Wilderness is the lifelong dream of six rock n' roll devotees based in Kingston, ON. Together, they bring the piss and vinegar of young DIY road-dogs, the lyrical eloquence of Canada's folk heroes, and the musical grandeur of your dad’s favourite arena-rock band to any stage they can find. Think the belting poetry of Sam Fender, the lush vocal harmonies of Hozier, the driving guitars and soaring saxophones of Bruce Springsteen, and the effervescent choruses of Noah Kahan, held together by an unmistakable bond of brotherhood and a shared love of rock n' roll. A musical tapestry of truest Canadian fashion, the Wilderness sounds like nostalgia, feels like camaraderie, and looks a lot like a band you should watch out for.

Since 2015, The Wilderness have been earning their following by cutting their teeth over countless long nights and hundreds of thousands of kilometers. Their debut album, “Until Tomorrow” was produced by Rob Baker (the Tragically Hip) and charted on the NACC’s top 200 list for seven consecutive weeks. Their forth coming 2024 LP, “Strangers I Used to Love” was written in collaboration with JUNO panelist Steve Foley, Brett Emmons (the Glorious Sons), and Chris Koster (ex-the Glorious Sons) and sits poised to take the band to new heights and highways. With almost 600 independently booked shows across North America under their belt, and an independently released discography to their credit, the Wilderness are a formidable musical force and an unmistakably human band working hard to keep their dreams alive.



The Rambles For The Rambles, this project has been a long time coming. Braden Foulkes, Bron Diedrich, and Brendan Hoffe have been playing and creating music together for over a decade. Their journey began as a typical high school garage band from Stittsville, ON, where they first embraced the name "The Rambles." After years of evolving and honing their craft, the band is set to release their debut EP in 2024, marking a significant milestone in their musical careers.

The Rambles' sound is a blend of influences from legendary artists such as Jack White, The Strokes, Green Day, Neil Young, and Led Zeppelin. Their music spans various rock subgenres, including Blues Rock, Country Rock, Garage Rock, Folk Rock, and Classic Rock. The band has performed together for over a decade and even opened for The Tea Party at Bluesfest 2022 under Braden’s name, showcasing the same band and songs.

Their long-awaited debut EP, featuring tracks like "Drivn," "Across the River," "Undone," and "Hold On (Hold On)," will be released on June 14th. This EP is a culmination of years of hard work and dedication, bringing their journey full circle from their high school beginnings.

The Rambles are set to perform on July 27, 2024, ready to captivate audiences with their electrifying performances. This event marks an exciting new chapter for Braden, Bron, Brendan, and Adam, as they continue to push the boundaries of rock music and share their passion with the world. It is time to meet The Rambles and experience their unapologetically rock and roll spirit. With their decade-long camaraderie and musical synergy, The Rambles are poised to make a lasting impact on the rock scene.


Tiny Horse To see and hear Kingston, Ontario indie rock outfit Tiny Horse—led by guitarists and vocalists Ciara Roberts and Rae Corcoran—is to step into a place of possibility and freedom. Their performances are equal parts small-town queer cabaret, ‘70s folk-rock rapture, and Bowie-ish extravaganza. Their music crackles with John Prine’s rich storytelling and winking humor, Patti Smith’s punkish abandon and revelry, Haim and Taylor Swift’s melodic brilliance. Tiny Horse may be the only—and the last—of their kind. Their first full length album ‘First Rodeo’ is out everywhere June 14th.

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