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Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, in their own words, reflect on 25 years of The Ennis Sisters, delving into early days, industry changes, life lessons and new material
From Ennis Road to venues across the globe, Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, lovingly known as The Ennis Sisters, have lived their

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From China to Newfoundland and Labrador, Jing Xia’s thirst for knowledge and mastery of the zheng continue to blossom in the wake of her debut album
She is perhaps one of the foremost masters of the zheng in North America. Jing Xia, born in Hunan, China, has been studying and

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*Column originally appeared in our May 15-21, 2022 issue
Word that country superstar Naomi Judd had passed at the age of 76 wasn’t shocking – at least not at first. While being 76 isn’t  necessarily old by today’s standards, Judd ‘being of a certain age,’ was what I quickly attributed

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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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Rock musician Billy Gibbons of the  iconic band ZZ Top talks lingering musical memories, legacies, and the proper hot sauce for a lobster mug-up ahead of their NL rock out
From Gimmie All Your Lovin’ and Sharp Dressed Man to Legs and La Grange, ZZ Top will celebrate 50 years

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Doug and Melisa Jones, operators of Flip Side Music + More and Record Fair NL, dive-in to their longtime passion & love of vinyl
Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It has the innate ability to transport through time and space and to conjure up feelings we scarcely recall we had

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Myles Goodwyn, the frontman and voice of the legendary Canadian band April Wine, returns to NL for two concerts scheduled for Gander (May 20th) and St. John’s (May 21st)  
When The Herald spoke to the legendary Myles Goodwyn he was just brewing his first coffee of the day. Taking the

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From Happy Girlfriend to happy wanderer, songwriter Colleen Power was given the chance of a lifetime to see new places and write new songs for a new TV show
By Russell Bowers
Over a career spanning three decades, most of Colleen Power’s songwriting has been personal with tunes inspired by

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 As the legendary James Taylor – along with special guest Jackson Browne – prepares to return to St. John’s to perform at the Mary Brown’s Centre on April 21st, he takes a moment to chat with The Herald about a previous visit, his next more extended stay, and, of course,

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O’Reilly’s Irish eyes are smiling even more brightly than the lights above the bar as Brenda O’Reilly opened up about the last 25 years and her love of all things Irish ahead of St. Patrick’s Day
Brenda O’Reilly, who has owned and operated O’Reilly’s Irish Newfoundland Pub on George Street

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Rising trad trio and the all around impossibly entertaining Kitchinparti talk new album plans and a return to entertaining the hungry masses 
There’s nothing that can stop the power of music and a good ol’ fashioned party, not even a worldwide pandemic.
Timing, as they say, is everything. Until it

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