Three big Canadian musicians coming live to Niagara Falls in December


Published November 8, 2021 at 12:55 pm

The Niagara Falls Music Live series is continuing to announce some of the biggest names in Canadian music coming to the city during the last week of December.

After earlier announcing The Trews and Blue Rideo concerts as part of their 75-live-bands-in-six-days series, three more big Canadian names were just added – Chantal Kreviazuk, David Wilcox and Jim Cuddy.

All playing at the Grand Ballroom in Marriot on the Falls with tickets starting at $40, Kreviazuk is up first on December 27. Kreviazuk is a platinum-selling, three-time Juno Award-winning artist from Winnipeg.

A renowned songwriter, Kreviazik has written for Drake, Pitbull, Kendrick Lamar, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Josh Groban and countless others. In 2014, Chantal and her husband Raine Maida, lead singer of Our Lady Peace, became members of the Order of Canada, recognizing their efforts to raise awareness and support for numerous causes.

Next up is iconic Canadian legend, David Wilcox, a fixture in bars and intimate venues around Canada for over 30 years on December 29.

As anyone who has seen his live shows can attest,he made his name as a wild, live performer and then as a first-rate recording artist whose work, from “Out Of The Woods” (1980) to his last solo release, “Boy In The Boat” (2007), stands the test of time.  Wilcox has five gold and platinum albums, numerous awards, and winning fans everywhere.

Finally on December 30, Jim Cuddy will arrive with the Jim Cuddy Band, just one night before his group, Blue Rodeo, plays a New Years Eve gig at the ScotiaBank Convention Centre.

Cuddy has one of the most recognizable voices in Canadian music. As a group Blue Rodeo has sold over 5 million records world-wide, won countless JUNO Awards, been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame and Jim, along with songwriting partner Greg Keelor, were invested as Officers of the Order of Canada.

In 1998, in between Blue Rodeo projects, Cuddy released his first solo album “All In Time” and hit the road with the eponymous Jim Cuddy Band. Since that first release Jim has recorded three more solo albums and his latest release “Countrywide Soul” is a celebration of music and the musicians who join him on stage each night.

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