Taz sets the record straight

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Atlantic Canada’s largest music store brings tunes to fans at second location in Bedford

Sherman Downey comes home

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The folk sing/songwriter wraps up his tour with a return to the Carleton in Halifax

Life’s a carnival

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With one EMCA nod for his second solo album, Jeff Jodrey takes his fingerstyle guitar playing to more stages in the Maritimes

More than the music

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Danny Banfield started an open mike four years ago. Now the event is a community of musical friendships

Showcasing talent from around the world

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The three South Korean musicians who took over The Peggy Corkum Music Room for two nights in October enraptured the audience. And after the last notes of piano, cello and violin faded, people took to their feet in appreciation. They didn’t let Trio Jade get very far: a roaring standing ovation brought them back in… Read More»

Trendsetter: Doug MacKay

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At his home-based studio Drum Education in West End Halifax, he’s teaching the next generation of drummers

Seeking new talents

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Casino Nova Scotia is offering its artist-in-residence program again this year. The $20,000 program gives a local emerging musician or group financial and professional support through Casino Nova Scotia and partners Music Nova Scotia, plus opportunities to develop their career through performance opportunities. “Our first year for the Artist in Residence program was very successful,”… Read More»