All Photo Credit: Linda Heldman
Last Friday, July 29th brought some talented artists to North Bay for the first day of their festival, Summer in the Park. With four Canadian acts on the agenda, there was no way Canadian Beats could miss this, Linda Heldman headed to North Bay for the weekend and now we are pleased to present you with her Day 1 coverage.
First up, North Bay local, David Dino White took the stage with their indie rock flare! A great opening for the spectacular night of music.
Next up was East Coast pop artist, Ria Mae. Canadian Beats was lucky enough to score some time with Ria for a segment of “On The Spot” so be sure to check that out HERE. Ria has taken off since her single, “Clothes Off” created quite a buzz in the music world, and she has been hitting various festivals throughout the summer, we were lucky enough to catch a few of those.
Coleman Hell was next to grace the stage, and what a show this guy puts on. This was not Canadian Beats first Coleman experience, and it surely won’t be our last. With such an immense stage presence and sheer talent, the show is always bound to be incredible. Check out our “On The Spot” with Coleman HERE, lots of fun was had by all!
Anyone who follows the Canadian music scene knows who the next band is, Hedley has made a name for themselves throughout the years and it’s apparent why. Talent, energy and pure fun come to mind as a few of the key aspects. Lead singer, Jacob Hoggard doesn’t stop moving during the show, constantly interacting with fans, as well as with band mates, Tommy Mac & Dave Rosin the whole time they are on stage. They were certainly the perfect choice as headliners for Summer in the Park!
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Hello everyone! My name is Linda and I have been a fan of Canadian Music for as long as I can remember. That counts for way too many decades than I want to admit to! I have three primary passions in my life, music, photography and writing. When I can combine them all, I feel I am right where I should be. Though I can appreciate all genres of music, my particular favourite is Country. Canadian Country is moving in leaps and bounds. I love how it is progressing and I’m thankful that I can be a small part of it.