Newfoundland’s celebrated country artist Chris Ryan talks new music and a love for those who’ve gone before him
Chris Ryan had an incredible 2018 and as he inches into 2019, this year is about to be more of the same.
Ryan was one of the East semi-finalists in last
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Dan Mangan talks change, fatherhood, and the immediate connection of music in this revealing and candid one-on-one
Dan Mangan can attest to the give and take between the songwriter and listener. It’s a delicate balance he explains, with the ultimate payoff being that link, that emotional connection that
Thane Dunn (Elvis) and his wife Melly (the Rhinestone Cowgirl) prepare to take their Rock and Country tour to The Rock
Thane Dunn, the man who brings Elvis back into many buildings through his incredible performances, says he just loves coming to this province.
‘Allure of Returning’
Nearing its 20th installment, Feast of Cohen continues to immortalize the music and memory of the iconic Leonard Cohen with an intimate and profound production
For the 19th time, Newfoundland artists of all disciplines and experiences will toast Canada’s greatest songwriter.
It is a holiday tradition around these parts,
Four of the island’s premiere guitarists unite in Fretboard Journey, crafting a timely holiday album sure to cause merry feelings with Christmas Picks
What do you get when you combine four of the very best guitarists to ever call Newfoundland and Labrador home with tried and true holiday tunes?
Sibling musical duo Emily and Thomas Conway are making real noise in the local music landscape, giving them true cause for celebration this Christmas season
In Newfoundland and Labrador, perhaps more than anywhere else in Canada, the holidays are a time for music and family. Thomas and Emily Conway don’t
Master jazz musician and professor Patrick Boyle talks improvisation, musical exploration and coming home ahead of the release of his new album After Forgetting
Jazz is a music of passion, of conflict and compromise, of restraint and improvisation. Few know this as well as Patrick Boyle, a master trumpet
By: Jason Sheppard
The singer songwriter lend his talents to O Holy Night
Cory Tetford is certainly no stranger to Newfoundland music lovers. Tetford, who hails from Goulds, has been entertaining local audiences since the release of his first album back in October, 1999. This month, Tetford will be
Nearing the 25th anniversary of Shanneyganock, Mark Hiscock flexes his solo muscles on his long-awaited album The Old Fishing Schooner
Fans of Newfoundland and Labrador traditional music are uniquely acquainted with Mark Hiscock. His welcoming tone, pleasant demeanor and mastery of the accordion through his work with island staple