Churchill Park Music Festival

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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

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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

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Reuniting for Come Home ‘22 celebrations during Churchill Park Music Festival, the original members of The Irish Descendants do a little sea-side reminiscing
Gathering in the boardroom turned photo studio at The Newfoundland Herald on Logy Bay Road, the original members of The Irish Descendants take a moment to pause

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The Herald spoke to John Curran of Masterless Men immediately following the announcement that they would be joining the Irish Descendants at Churchill Park Music Festival on Sunday, Aug. 14th. The band, who will also perform on George Street for George Street Festival on the 30th, share that this has

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For the first time since 2015, platinum selling rockers Gin Blossoms are set to return to St. John’s, joining Matchbox Twenty, Our Lady Peace and Timber at the inaugural Churchill Park Music Festival.
“I’m looking forward to it very much,” shared frontman Robin Wilson in advance of the showcase. “It’s

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Our Lady Peace frontman Raine Maida reflects on 30 years of changes ahead of his return to Newfoundland and Labrador at the Churchill Park Music Festival
Raine Maida has done it all. Vocalist to multi-platinum selling, Juno winning rockers Our Lady Peace, the polished, poised and perennially put-together Canuck paused

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Press release: The Churchill Park Music Festival has announced its final full day concert line up to round out the stellar three-day event. Taking the stage on Friday, August 12 will be American rock legend, Ann Wilson of Heart & The Amazing Dawgs, and Canadian rockers Randy Bachman Band, David Wilcox and Harlequin live in Churchill Park, St.

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Fans are flocking to concert venues across the province this summer. The Herald looks at some of the major concerts & events in NL from July to September!
37TH ANNUAL GEORGE STREET FESTIVAL
The biggest party of the summer returns once more as the 37th annual George Street Festival unveiled

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