The Once talk change, genre and writing their own narrative in the wake of their sublime studio album, Time Enough
Time and change are two things we as people have little to no control of. Sure, we can plan to stay the same –eat the same food, walk the
As part of Mightypop’s 10 year anniversary, the promotions group are set to bring Edmonton’s poet laureate Cadence Weapon to St. John’s at The Ship on October 19th.
Special guests include special guests, Texas’ FAT Tony and Montreal’s HUA LI.
The acclaimed Canadian hip hop star is touring in support
Dr. Rick Cooper shares his insight and knowledge on the history of the Janeway, along with intimate stories from patients, pediatricians, nurses and more
The Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre — more commonly referred to as simply the Janeway — serves as a primary clinical resource for pediatric
Singer-songwriter Adam Baxter is hitting the road this summer in response to his latest studio album, Domestic.
The multi-award nominated artist follows up his acclaimed debut Hands Clean and his equally impressive sophomore release, Different But Polite.
“I’m really looking forward to getting out on the road this summer and
NL’s own rising stars Chris Ryan and Jason Benoit are among the nine finalists of the national SiriusXM Top of the Country competition
Two Newfoundlanders are among the nine semi-finalists for the inaugural SiriusXM Top of the Country Competition.
Nine country music artists were selected from across the country
The 34th annual Janeway Children’s Miracle Network telethon on NTV brings out the very best in Newfoundlanders and Labradorians
June 2-3 marks the 34th annual Janeway Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, a two day initiative that brings the entirety of Newfoundland and Labrador together.
The Janeway Children’s Hospital Foundation is
Newfoundland native Phill Hood puts The Exclamation on his bands’ debut album Detour, which features his signature blend of melodic rock with a maritime accent
Fifteen years after leaving Newfoundland and Labrador to pursue a career in music in Ontario, Phill Hood returned home with his new band The
Award-winning singer-songwriter Sherry Ryan examines life and loss on her long-awaited fourth studio album, Wreckhouse
Seven years removed from her third studio album Sister of Mine, Sherry Ryan has evolved personally and professionally. Maturing as both a singer and songwriter, Ryan’s fourth studio album Wreckhouse is a deeply personal,
Celebrating 30 years as a Newfoundland folk trio, The Sharecroppers return at the Trails, Tales and Tunes Festival in Gros Morne this May
Three decades into their careers as ambassadors for Newfoundland and Labrador’s culture and music, The Sharecroppers have much to celebrate.
The three-piece of Ed Humber, Guy