Tim Baker talks the demise of Hey Rosetta!, heading back to basics with his live show, and diving head on into his new solo album Forever Overhead
Taking the plunge and starting from scratch following the dissolution of beloved local indie rock group Hey Rosetta!, Tim Baker returns to
The Canadian heavy metal legends make their long-awaited Newfoundland debut, bringing deep-rooted connections to The Rock and a taste of nostalgia
Gerry Finn has been a member of Canadian heavy metal staple Killer Dwarfs since the early 1990s. He is also a Newfoundlander and Labradorian, and one of the
The leader of the opposition tackles questions on 70 years of Confederation, premier’s past and the contributions of his iconic father, John Crosbie
Ahead of the 2019 provincial election, Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie caught up with The Herald during our commemorative 70th anniversary of Confederation issue.
Rising from a
Atlantic Canadian rockers Wintersleep burst through a new level of mainstream with the release of their 2016 studio album The Great Detachment. Anchored by the number one single Amerika, the album became a definitive stamp for a band that paid their dues with gigs across the nation and beyond.
Comedian Jeremy Hotz talks Canadian cold, American comedy climate and overcoming anxiety before his Dangerously
Handsome Tour hits St. John’s
Known far and wide as ‘The Most Miserable’ Comedian working today, Jeremy Hotz has become a fan favourite thanks to his cutting, observational humour and patented gestures.
Newfoundland born opera star David Pomeroy talks dreams, desire and coming home in an in-depth Q&A that delves deep into a remarkable career
World class Canadian tenor and Newfoundland native, David Pomeroy has been carrying out a dream of traversing the world, performing on the elite stages of opera.
Award-winning singer-songwriter Donovan Woods talks Atlantic love, Nashville and the Canadian songbook in an in-depth Q&A before he hits St. John’s
From Sarnia, Ontario to Nashville, Tennessee and everywhere in between, Donovan Woods is one of the more accomplished and in demand singer-songwriters in the market today.
Fresh off the release
Q: You’re returning to St. John’s on October 19th with Fat Tony and Hua Li. Any impressions of Newfoundland and the east coast from previous visits?
I’ve been there a few times now. I really like it, it’s really beautiful. I feel like it’s one of the most underrated parts of
The east coast rocker talks cathartic songwriting, freedom of the stage and Newfoundland love in a candid interview.
No stranger to long serving music fans here in Newfoundland and Labrador, Dartmouth’s Juno winner Matt Mays makes it a priority to treat his dedicated island fan base to generous helpings
Toronto’s lords of hardcore punk Cancer Bats make their long-awaited return to St. John’s, and are ready to annihilate with reckless abandon on September 22nd
It’s been five long years since Toronto’s Cancer Bats have blitzkrieged St. John’s with their trademarked blend of crushing hardcore punk with sludgy undertones.