October 2020 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

John Aaron Cockburn

with No Fancy Parts

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Music Singer/Songwriter Pop Folk

Doors open at 6:30, come early and grab a drink!
$10 Student tickets available in advance for this show, with valid student card.

Ottawa native John Aaron Cockburn leads a revolving door musical collective sometimes referred to as Little Suns. He is nephew and collaborator to famed Canadian folk music icon Bruce Cockburn. His work is a process of constant evolution and exploration, intertwining the challenges of human existence with creative self-expression and interpersonal dynamics. John Aaron’s evocative lyricism as well as his rhythmic and melodic inventiveness is complemented wholly by a wide variety of collaborators whose origins span the entire world. Listeners should expect to experience a range and depth of emotions and sentiments, to be simultaneously uplifted and reminded of the work that’s left to be done.

Tickets are available at the NAC Box Office until 6:30 pm the day of the show. Doors open for the show at 6:30 and all are welcome to hang out in the Fourth Stage until 8:00 pm on Fridays. If you’ve been in the Fourth Stage without at ticket on a Friday and decide to stay for the show, a cover charge is applicable: $15 for adults, $10 for students.

''No Fancy Parts'' is an original neo-soul group (no fancy pants included), of local veteran musicians. The group started August 2017, led by guitarist and composer, Sean Duhaime. Originals are mostly composed and arranged by Doressa (vocals) and Sean.
The group was inspired by multiple artists/bands such as Robert Glasper Experiment, Erykah Badu, Anderson, Paak, Snarky Puppy, Haitus Kaiyote, etc.

video: Indrition
video: What Is This - No Fancy Parts
What Is This - No Fancy Parts
video: What Is This - No Fancy Parts
What Is This - No Fancy Parts