KentOnline is getting you ready to see Ben Caplan at Folkestone’s Home Ground on July 3rd. Tickets (£5), are available in advance from Home Ground, in the old High Street, Folkestone, or on the door, if they’re still available!
Just a couple of weeks ago, Ben found himself at The Electric Owl in Vancouver, BC rip-roaring through a solo set that captured everyone in earshot. Vancouver Weekly’s Thomas Creery reviews the show and also interview Ben. Check ‘em out!
As Ben kicks off another jaunt through the UK and Europe, he’s bringing you along for the ride! Keep checking in as more updates come straight from Ben! Read Volume One now. -Team BC
I am excited to announce that I will be opening for the Zac Brown Band on July 1 in London, UK! The show is at the intimate O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and is already sold out. However, if you’re in London, you can catch men earlier in the day at the Canada Day Celebrations, for […]
I writing now from the car. Ryan and I are making our escape from Edmonton. In times like these, I am reminded of a great Geoff Berner lyric: I sneak into town and I’m gone in a flash / spreading my wisdom around like a rash. Since I last wrote we drove from Calgary […]
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 – 10:10 PM AST How strange. How strange to be alive in 2013. The world is mysterious and bizarre, and I speak now only of the strange inconsequentialities of the surface. I woke today on a second-hand-sofa in Ottawa. In my nation’s capital. With the beautiful buildings and the shamefully inadequate […]
The bed was more comfortable than it looks. It’s being deflated in that picture above. Last night I stayed in Toronto with my friends Rob and Olivia. Yesterday was a really wonderful day. I didn’t get the chance to play any music at all, but I still had a nice time. I started my morning […]
Yesterday was beautiful. I re-started by blog, had a pleasant flight with Porter, and then had a magnificent rehearsal with the Toronto version of my band. With the sublime Jaron Freeman-Fox on violin, Bret Higgins on upright bass, and Rich Knox on drums. The rehearsal went better than I could have hoped, and it made […]
Hello dear friends and listeners, I am writing this note from a Porter Airlines flight from Halifax to Toronto. Yesterday I turned 27. That’s the year that the great rock stars die at. I hope no one calls me a great rock star this year. Eccentric beardo is good enough for me. It seems like […]
Right now, I am enjoying some well deserved time off at home in Halifax doing some writing, playing, and listening to a lot of music. And lots of CBC Radio too…. I don’t want this episode to end, but I am excited to get back into the road for my summer shows. I’ll be starting […]