All the way from Northern Ireland, Owen Mac returns to NL with his soulful hybrid of Irish music
The incredibly gifted performer, Owen Mac, returns to Newfoundland with special guest Desi Mac and the Keltic Storm Band.
Proudly presented by Vaughnco Entertainment, Mac can be seen onstage at Arts and
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
NTV’s Sharon Snow reflects on 30 years with NTV and 22 with Places to Go
Sharon Snow finds it incredible when she reflects on her career at NTV. “22 years with Places to Go and 30 with NTV. It’s been quite a ride, and it’s not over yet,” she said
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
Newfoundland and Labrador’s very own Elvis Presley tribute artist Al Eagle stepped into the spotlight recently to perform in his hometown
Born in the rural town of Parker’s Cove, Albert Murphy, aka Al Eagle, buttoned up one of his signature jumpsuits to perform an Elvis tribute show at the Parker’s
By: Russell Bowers
It was an image that became iconic to a decade. But the story of how the picture happened is more bizarre than the photo itself
It was December of 1970, most Americans were in holiday mode, heading to malls and shops for presents. Comedian Red Skelton, variety
Ryan Snelgrove and his family give back to the autism community in the best way possible: by sharing their talent and love of music with others
Proud dad Chris Snelgrove extended the invite to one and all.
“Good morning. My son Ryan was the recipient this year of the Hair
*Originally published in our August 14-20, 2022 issue
There’s moments in life that just stand out in each generation. For folks in their 50s and up, the moon landing in 1969 was one of the bigger events, but the passing of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, on
Bud Davidge has quite the following. On the day The Herald joined Davidge – along with Hamilton Sound – on Topsail Beach for a few tunes and a chat (music available on our NL Herald YouTube channel), those visiting the area were thrilled to encounter such a legend. Davidge, perhaps
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