Local singer-songwriter David Picco lays it on the line with his fifth studio album Out of the Past
In 2015, David Picco released the poignantly titled Start Again. Made following a 12 year stint living and working in Toronto, the album marked a brave new chapter for Picco, for
Rod Jackson & The Perfect Strangers keep the heart and soul of country alive with their new album Unfinished Business
Where have all the country heroes gone? Replaced by backing tracks, rap interludes and diddies about pickup truck parties with Bud Light under the western stars, we’d expect.
By: Nick Travis
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions sits down with The Herald to discuss their new show based off ’70s pop giants, The Carpenters
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions is back with another new show. Their newest production, It’s Yesterday Once More, goes over the career of The Carpenters. Comprised
Burin Peninsula’s resident rock trio Skidderpup look to put their region on the map, making waves both internationally and at home in Newfoundland and Labrador
When you think of rock and roll in Newfoundland, Grand Bank may not be the hotspot that comes to mind. Burin Peninsula rock trio Skidderpup
A pioneer of the Irish sound, Finbar Furey talks life, legacy and the continued love of songwriting ahead of his long-awaited Newfoundland return
A living legend of Irish traditional music, Finbar Furey returns to Newfoundland and Labrador for the first time in nearly three decades.
A former member of influential
Newfoundland’s own all-nations, all-women folk band, Eastern Owl honour tradition, community and stand up for themselves and others on sophomore album
Local all-nations all-women folk band Eastern Owl released their sophomore album Qama’si on March 29, at the Cochrane Street Centre in St. John’s. Joined by guest musicians like throat