From South Eastern Ireland to the home of their namesake, Newfoundland (the band) heads to Newfoundland and Labrador this May. Ahead of their flight across the Atlantic we catch up with frontman Michael Grace in our latest Q&A.
By Dillon Collins
I understand this tour of the island for you
Singer-songwriter, producer and director, the ever-versatile fan favourite Ian Foster returns with his timely new record Sleeper Years
Take me through the writing process for Sleeper Years. What grabs you, thematically or otherwise, these days?
For me it always ends up being the culmination of a couple
Decorated Canadian singer-songwriter Basia Bulat returns to Newfoundland for a lengthy cross-island tour this April.
Q: Coming off of two very successful and well received studio albums, do you find mounted pressure to achieve a certain level of songwriting or success?
A: I don’t really think of it that
In conversation with Archbishop Martin Currie
BY Dillon Collins
Archbishop Martin William Currie of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in St. John’s isn’t fraught with the trappings and trimmings of an atypical man endowed with papal power. In fact, his modesty and personable nature are among his most easily recognizable attributes.
Koba Entertainment have helped bring to life, and to the stage, some of the most adored properties in children’s television, including The Backyardigans, Dora the Explorer, Toopy and Binoo, Mike the Knight, Max & Ruby, and Franklin the Turtle among others.
Returning to St. John’s for two performances on April
Ever the activist, Amelia Curran lets art imitate lift with her captivating new album Watershed.
When you’re discussing Amelia Curran – artist, advocate, activist –resorting to tags, labels and titles may come as convenient, but it doesn’t quite do justice to a woman who has made it the better