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Peter Walker / Bob Frank: “Second Poem To Karmela...
The albums of guitarist Peter Walker and songwriter Bob Frank don’t have a lot in common. Walker emerged in the mid-60s as an adventurous multi-instrumentalist, a peripatetic polyglot whose...
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Galbraith breathes life into the songs that made ...
Think of it as a taste of the Fillberg Festival gone south. Jake Galbraith, performing host of the annual Comox music and arts festival's showstopping Great Canadian Songs Concert will be bringing...
Read more at Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Events calendar, March 6-12
BENEFITS · MARCH 7 International Women's Day Celebration and Potluck Dinner. 6-9p.m. Friday, March 7, at Unitarian Universalist Church, 490 Aguajito Road, Carmel. Program includes short "ipoder!"...
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Blue Rodeo, as much a part of Canada as gold meda...
Somewhere in the middle of the first set, Greg Keelor stuck his thumbs in the pockets of his jeans and told us about the plot of land he owns in Haliburton. It's not a particularly fancy place. As a...
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Harmonizing duo ‘Naming the Twins’ to perform Thu...
The harmonizing duo “Naming the Twins” comes to Trent River Coffee Company Thursday for a 7:30 p.m. concert. Admission is $8. The group consists of Robbie Smith and Kathleen Glauser. According to a...
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Beck: Morning Phase
Beck’s music didn’t used to be comfortable. Early on, if he wasn't putting a modern twist on the blues tradition, he was splicing styles that had never met before, or paying tribute to his R&B heroes...
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AT RANDOM: I heard the train a-comin’
So, the other night, I’m driving with my son on the back road from the Village Green Centre over toward 43rd Avenue. The kid says to me, “Dad, you better hurry if you want to beat the train.” “What...
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Smooth Sunday jazz
The Coachman Pub’s tradition of live music on a Sunday afternoon continues this Sunday with Courtenay’s Indigo Jazz. Indigo Jazz members Dale Graham (vocals) and Rick Husband (guitar) will be joined...
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A Gordon Lightfoot-for-Miley Cyrus swap!
Brad Dickson's humor column, "Breaking Brad," appears daily on Omaha.com and in The World-Herald. To read more from Brad, check out his past columns at omaha.com/dickson and follow him on Twitter. *...
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Prairie gals Oh My Darling headed for Dream Cafe ...
Special to the Western News As the pull of a musical career became more captivating than her university studies, Vanessa Kuzina decided to drop out of school and is now a member of the country-fusion...
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If You Could Read His Mind...
Maybe you remember the old
song, If You Could Read My Mind… it continues, "…what a tale my thoughts could tell…" That should be Brad Carter's theme song. I just wrapped up...
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Music brings healing comfort to patients and staff
It's Friday morning in the Cancer Center at Edward Hospital in Naperville. A retired middle school principal opens a music case, takes out and tunes his acoustic guitar and goes to work. His job: to...
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Bobby Vee braves Alzheimer's to record once more,...
Bobby Vee braves Alzheimer's to record once more, in Minnesota Bobby Vee still has the infectious smile, bright eyes and boyish good looks of his 1960s pop idol days, when he scored such hits as...
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