Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir reflect on Olympic dreams and lasting legacies ahead of the Thank You Canada Tour’s finale in St. John’s on November 24th
Fairytale endings aren’t usually reserved for adults. No, those are the stuff of storybooks, used to prop up the imaginations of kiddos with
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
We Newfoundlanders know hard times more than most. Indeed, it seems to be the recurring groundhog day narrative that is being a Newfoundlander. We struggle, fall, rise and persevere, only to struggle again. Rinse, repeat, hope.
Strife & Struggle
We know plenty of strife and struggle and how to overcome, which
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
With Newfoundland connections sewn deep into their roots, platinum selling trio The Tenors return to Newfoundland with passion and creativity planned on Oct. 11
Music buffs will undoubtedly be familiar with classical pop trio The Tenors. It’s unlikely to have missed their meteoric rise, one complete with multiple Juno