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Local Concerts to Help De-stress This Exam Season - HamOnt Concert Listings: Nov 2019

Blog/MusicNovember 6th 2019
Erica Commisso & Natalie Clark

Are you an avid show-goer? Are you constantly looking for concerts in the Hamilton area? Do you like supporting local artists and venues? Do you find yourself too lazy to do the research? We’ve been there. That’s why we started ‘Steel Jams’.

After receiving awesome feedback from our test run back in February, Steel Jams is here to stay. With help from our music department, we’ll be keeping you up to date on some great shows happening right here in The Hammer. This month, music volunteer Natalie Clark has picked a handful of shows she’d love for you to check out. Here are your hand-picked listings for the month of November.

Sunday, November 17th, 2019

Sam Weber & Dan Edmonds & Evangeline Gentle @ Mills Hardware, Hamilton, ON

$12, Doors at 7:00PM, show at 8:00PM, 19+

Sam Weber has been on the road since 2013 and is still going strong. Join him at Mills Hardware to avoid the Sunday scaries and enjoy some chill, meditative music. Accompanied by folk singer Dan Edmonds and Evangeline Gentle, who just so happened to chart at #5 on our last Top 5 for October!

Label: Sonic Unyon

Newest Album: New Agile Freedom

Album Hits: Aint it Always, Burn Out

Personal Fav: Burn Out- Breathy, earthy, songs like this one somehow always catch my attention. The cozy and inviting atmosphere that this song possesses makes for a great study vibe.

Listen here on Spotify!

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Bulow @ The Studio (Formerly The Studio at Hamilton Place), Hamilton, ON

$20, Doors at 7:00PM, show at 8:00PM, ALL AGES

Bulow, named after the artist herself, Megan Bulow, was born in Berlin, Germany and has had tremendous success in North America. The 19-year-old has collabed with artists such as Fall Out Boy and the Chainsmokers.

Label: Universal Music Canada

Newest Album: The Contender

Album Hits: Own Me, Puppy Love

Personal Fav: Puppy Love- This is a very interesting song. The soundscape is beautiful and is extremely catchy. It is truly an album hit!

Listen here on Spotify! 

Thursday, November 28th, 2019 - POSTPONED

Madison Violet @ Mills Hardware, Hamilton, ON

$20, Doors at 7PM, show at 8PM, 19+

Madison Violet is comprised of Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac, who are both Canadian singer/songwriters. The female duo has dozens of albums and countless awards won for their talent. Check them out at the beautiful Mills Hardware on November 28th!

Label: True North, Ultra Records

Newest Album: Everything’s Shifting

Album Hits: All Over Again, Tell Me

Personal Fave: All Over Again- I believe I’ve actually heard this song before and very much enjoyed it. Its soothing melody and catchy lyrics are extremely interesting in a song!

Listen here on Spotify!

UPDATE (Edit 07/11/19): This concert has been POSTPONED until further notice.

Saturday, November 30th, 2019

Said the Whale @ The Casbah, Hamilton, ON

$31 - $81, Doors at 7PM, ALL AGES

Said the Whale is a trio that originated in Vancouver, BC. Their music style is a mix of indie/alternative rock, with the slightest bit of folk. The JUNO Award-winning band will be performing an intimate show at The Casbah on November 30th! Definitely a show to see in my opinion.

Label: Arts & Crafts Productions

Newest Album: Cascadia

Album Hits: UnAmerican, Record Shop

Personal Fave: Wake Up- Being a fan of Said the Whale, this was a hard one for me to pick! If you’re looking for a song to jam to, Wake Up is what I recommend.

Listen here on Spotify!

You can also tune in to The Throwdown on Thursday’s from 2:00pm - 3:00pm where we feature concert listings every second Thursday of the month! Are you as excited as we are? Which concert has you counting down the days? Let us know!

Natalie Clark is a 2nd year Political Science and Communications major. A fan of all types of music, she writes music-related articles for CFMU as well as weekly articles for the News and Arts & Culture sections of The Silhouette.

Erica Commisso is a 4th year Sociology and Anthropology student and the current Music Director at 93.3 CFMU. Contact her via email at cfmumusic@msu.mcmaster.ca.

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