Previous events

Suzanne celebrates the release of her song & video for Whatcha Gonna Do, from the forthcoming EP titled Water. The evening will begin with a solo piano set over dinner hour, followed by Video screening and full band set featuring Ron Lukiv (guitar), Peter Hohn (drums), Michelle Baker ( vocals), and Suzanne (piano, vocal). We'll be opening up the stage for jammers/fellow artists to share their music to end the night.
$10 Youth (under 19), $20 Adult

Adult $20 Youth $10


Wafflehaus Saloon-Brunch Show

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The Asylum for Art, Calgary, 2505 14 St. SW, Calgary

A potpourri of piano music to accompany your Sunday brunch shenanigans featuring a cheeky blend of styles ranging from Cabaret to Gospel, Garage Jazz to Art Rock. A goodly dose of eclectic covers plus a whole bunch of groovy originals. Enjoy fantastic Gluten free fare and lovely bevvies (including $5 Mimosas!! Yum!)

Suzanne de Bussac & Fingers SHOUT LOUD for Mental Health

Mikey's on 12th, Calgary

Join Suzanne and her band as they guest host Mikey's Wednesday Open Mic night in honor of Mental Health Week 2019, and in advocacy for music as a healing tool, coping mechanism and means for community connection. Evening will feature music by Suzanne and her band, a talk by Calgary Psychiatrist Dr. Lauren Zanussi on the impact of music on mental health, and performances by various members of Calgary's rich musical community. Donations will be accepted in support of the Calgary chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association.


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The Junction , 628 8 Avenue SW, Calgary, Ab

Featuring: Suzanne de Bussac (vocal, piano, guitar, accordion), Jeff Kushner (electric guitar), Conan Daly (bass), Anders Czarnecki (drums), Staz Arapov (keys), Aleksandra Danicic (bkgd vox, violin), Tod Petersen (trumpet). All ages show 6:30 pm Full concert band at 8pm $10 admission / $20 includes CD *Food bank donations welcomed.


Ode To Music

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Pumphouse Theatre, Pumphouse Road, Calgary

Two selections from Shiver Stories album artwork by Dick Averns included in the "Ode To Music" Exhibition at the Quenten Doolittle Memorial Gallery at the Pumphouse Theatre.