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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

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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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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

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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

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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

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Rising trad trio and the all around impossibly entertaining Kitchinparti talk new album plans and a return to entertaining the hungry masses 
There’s nothing that can stop the power of music and a good ol’ fashioned party, not even a worldwide pandemic.
Timing, as they say, is everything. Until it

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Proudly waving the flag of traditional Newfoundland trad music with an edge, the Derina Harvey Band tackle weighty themes on their newest material 
You can take the woman away from The Rock, but you can’t take The Rock away from the woman. 
Derina Harvey, and her bring-the-house down band of merry

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It’s been a long road being off the road, but the fellas in Shanneyganock are back, baby!
Packed fist-pumpin’ George Street crowds and Logy Bay, Middle Cove, Outer Cove End of Summer Soirees; Shanneyganock is tuned-up and ready to rant ‘n’ roar. Frontman Chris Andrews captures the band’s sentiment simply

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