“We don’t have a mandate to be gender balanced.” – Seamus O’Keefe, event manager of the Iceberg Alley music festival.
As a classic audio format makes a strong comeback, music-loving consumers (and the music industry itself) are wondering about the future of the compact disc.
A victim of the horror that was Canada’s residential schools, Willie Thrasher turned to music to cope with the pain and suffering of being taken from his family and culture.
There’s a new music and art festival brewing in the capital city. Out of Earshot plans to hit the ground running near the end of August.
St. John’s band Soap Opera is about to launch a groovy tour of eastern Canada.
Nick Earle and Joseph Coffin are two teens with a unique passion for the blues that makes them stand out.
Government job by day, punk rock singer by night. Jennifer Collins tells us about bringing her son to a punk show.
Sharing the stage is never a problem in Newfoundland, as many local musicians spread their talents around to multiple bands at the same time.
Beauwater hopes to take its music to new levels with recent ECMA nomination.
Memorial University school of music and Festival 500 wants to grow voices in the province.