Brian Wilson, Feist for Ottawa Bluesfest

TV On The Radio, Metric will also perform

Brian Wilson, Feist for Ottawa Bluesfest
Brian Wilson, Feist and TV On The Radio are scheduled to play this year’s Ottawa Bluesfest in Canada.

Metric, Tokyo Police Club, Secret Machines and Ray Davies are also in the bill for the event, which will take place over 11 days in July at LeBreton Flats Park.

Stars, Jose Gonzalez, Lucinda Williams, Donna Summer, Steely Dan, Martha Wainwright, Sean Paul, Fergie and Wyclef Jean will also play during the forthcoming festivities, which will be the 14th year of the event.

Previous acts to have played the Bluesfest include Bob Dylan, ZZ Top, Kanye West, Van Morrison and The White Stripes, and the event has in the past attracted upwards of 200,000 people.

As previously reported, Feist and Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard are set to team up to record a song together for the forthcoming 'Red Hot' charity album, to benefits AIDS research.

Ottawa Bluesfest takes place July 3-13.

--By our New York staff.
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