Hope, healing and truths of place and purpose are at the heart of the emotional third studio album of award-winning duo Fortunate Ones
Who are we? What is our purpose? What do we do when that purpose is gone?
Those were looming questions Catherine Allan and Andrew James O’Brien –
Rising pop star Rachel Cousins delves into her emotive third studio album Aura in the latest in our album deep dive series
Growth. We adapt or we die, and for singer-songwriter Rachel Cousins, adaptation was the name of the game during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rising from promising artist to much
Justin Fancy won Fans’ Choice at this year’s East Coast Music Awards, but while making music gets him top billing, it’s being dad that’s truly the best gig ever
Kayleigh gets her father’s full attention, and that’s the way it should be, opens singer-songwriter Justin Fancy. Fancy, who will headline
Dallas Smith reflects on his rock roots and ascension to country music super-stardom ahead of his return to St. John’s on the Some Things Never Change Tour
In 20 years, Dallas Smith has gone from an – admittedly unexpected – platinum selling rocker, to one of Canada’s most in-demand and
Shanneyganock batten down the hatches to close out the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent with the must-see Come Home Year celebrations with NL’s finest
“We know what we’re fighting for, home, boys home!”
So echoes a classic Shanneyganock cut on the ties of place and the forever-pull of the tether to
Canada’s own kings of the moshpit Alexisonfire return to NL at the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent ahead of their first new album in 13 years
For the first time in 12 years, the crown jewel in Canada’s post-hardcore crown, St. Catharines, Ontario’s Alexisonfire, return to Newfoundland and Labrador at the
The Once’s lead vocalist Geraldine Hollett reflects on the band’s much celebrated past, their amazing present, and their highly anticipated future
The band The Once, with Geraldine Hollett, Phil Churchill and Andrew Dale, have had quite a career. From their award-winning self-titled debut to 2011’s Row Upon Row of the
Celebrated singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Brad Tuck returns with his new collection of home-cut tracks, Stages, in our latest album deep dive series
From Shanneyganock and Fairgale to the trappings of a successful solo career, Brad Tuck is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s most tireless artists.
Whether behind the drum kit
Rising local artist and author Heather Nolan searches for answers of place and belonging in her collection of poetry Land of the Rock: Talamh and Carraig
What is place? And how do we find belonging in that place?
Multi-talented artist Heather Nolan searches for meaning in Land of The Rock:
Award-winning singer-songwriter, producer, composer, director and all-around talented artist Ian Foster is fixing to release his ambitious project Close to the Bone, what he describes as a hybrid film and music project.
“Close to the Bone is a true hybrid film and music project,” shared Foster in an exclusive statement
The lineup has been unveiled for the 2022 edition of the George Street Festival.
Thursday, July 28 – soon to be revealed!
Friday, July 29 – The Tea Party and Sam Roberts Band w/ Women of Rock
Saturday, July 30 – Family-friendly matinee and Kitchen Party with The Masterless
A ten day festival celebrating culture and community utilizing a creative blend of walks, culinary adventures and entertainment is kicking off in Norris Point
Marina Sexton loves to show off her hometown of Norris Point and Trails, Tales and Tunes, a ten day festival showcasing and highlighting the best the