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After sold-out shows in St. John’s and Halifax in 2019, well known Afro-German-Caribbean disco and funk vocal group Boney M. featuring Liz Mitchell return to Atlantic Canada for seven ‘Holiday Favourites and Classic Hits’ shows this November and December.
Tickets for Halifax, Moncton, Charlottetown, Truro, and Sydney go on sale this Friday, September

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Weary release their long awaited sophomore album Hush. Creative force Kate Lahey dives into the record’s heart in our latest album deep dive series
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Weary explores the sonic pangs of heartache through the atmospheric stylings of sophomore album, Hush. Complete with emotive, lingering guitars and swooning melodies

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Canadian music legend Jim Cuddy reflects on the miles and music that leads Blue Rodeo back to St. John’s this September
Jim Cuddy has seen it all in a hall of fame worthy career atop the pantheon of Canadian songwriting royalty. What’s now foreign to the frontman of the legendary

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Twenty-five years removed from her tragic passing, and the masses are still enamoured with the heartbreaking loss, and glowing legacy of Diana, The People’s Princess
On the evening of August 30th, 1997, Princess Diana  – known far and wide as The People’s Princess for her kindness, generosity and unshakable connection

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How family and reunion 45 years in the making with a long-lost magic guitar continue to inspire legendary Canadian rocker Randy Bachman
Legendary guitarist and instrumental musician in Canada’s rock culture, Randy Bachman is animated in recounting the story of how he was reunited with his long-lost Gretsch guitar after

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Frontman of rock charttoopers Gin Blossoms, Robin Wilson sat down with The Herald for his thoughts on NL, touring and the 30th anniversary of New Miserable Experience
Gin Blossoms frontman Robin Wilson has just returned from the road, touring North America alongside Canadian gems Barenaked Ladies. He’s deep in a remodel for

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Ryan Snow serves up a taste of home with his new studio effort Tales from the Lighthouse in our latest album deep dive series
Local musician Ryan Snow, a Harbour Grace native now living in South River, is no stranger around a tune. A longtime member of Sheila’s Brush, Snow

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He is one of the most influential songwriters and guitarists, not just in The Great White North, but in the history of rock music.
Randy Bachman, architect of over 120 platinum, gold and silver album/singles globally, with #1 singles in over 20 countries and total record sales exceeding 40 million albums

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Did you ever think you’d see a heat warning cancel a major event in the city of St. John’s? I can’t say I’d have it on my what-to-expect-when-expecting-2022 bingo card, but here we are, living in both the pandemic and global warming era.
Don’t believe in global warming? The 2022

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For the first time since 2015, platinum selling rockers Gin Blossoms are set to return to St. John’s, joining Matchbox Twenty, Our Lady Peace and Timber at the inaugural Churchill Park Music Festival.
“I’m looking forward to it very much,” shared frontman Robin Wilson in advance of the showcase. “It’s

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Our Lady Peace frontman Raine Maida reflects on 30 years of changes ahead of his return to Newfoundland and Labrador at the Churchill Park Music Festival
Raine Maida has done it all. Vocalist to multi-platinum selling, Juno winning rockers Our Lady Peace, the polished, poised and perennially put-together Canuck paused

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The Stephenville Theatre Festival returns during Come Home Year on The Rock with an eclectic lineup sure to wow audiences of all ages
The longest-running professional theatre company in Newfoundland and Labrador, the Stephenville Theatre Festival (STF for short), returns for the 44th year in 2022, with a jam-packed slate

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