Charlottetown, PEI, – February 25, 2015 - The 2015 Music PEI Award nominees are led by The Meds with six nominations, Catherine MacLellan and Coyote with five each and Katie McGarry with four. A full list of nominees can be found in our story.
Moncton, NB – February 25, 2015 – The cultural sector in Atlantic Canada is remembering Marc Chouinard. The East Coast Music Association issued a statement this morning. Originally from Campbellton, New Brunswick, Marc has been involved professionally in the East Coast cultural sector since 1976.
Ottawa, ON – February 23, 2015) - At a time when content production and distribution face disruption from technology, changing consumption patterns and evolving regulatory policy, the industry is being forced to steer a new course. Prime Time in Ottawa 2015 brings together some of the most forward-looking players in today's industry, to share their insights on how to thrive in this time of change.
Charlottetown, PEI – February 16, 2015 – At 16 years old, Emma Doucette brings remarkable vocal clarity to that is impossible to ignore. Her handling of songs like Scarborough Fair demonstrates poise beyond her years. As Producer Jon Matthews commented, “She’s one to watch.” We're streaming the entire album in our story.
Halifax, NS – February 7, 2015 - Gabrielle Papillon releases her new CD The Tempest of Old on March 24. The album was recorded by Daniel Ledwell while Harris Newman care of Mastering at Grey Market Mastering in Montreal.
Charlottetown, PE – February 4, 2015 -The Atlantic Presenters Association (APA), along with five of its members, have announced that Juno Award-winning artists The Good Lovelies and Old Man Luedecke are teaming up this month for a five date tour. Both Chris and the Good Lovelies also have dates scheduled for Newfoundland.
Toronto, ON - February 5, 2015 – The new year is off to a running start for Prince Edward Island native Tim Chaisson who announced today that he will join six-time JUNO Award winner Colin James as direct support for the eastern leg of his Canadian tour. The news follows slew of exciting revelations for Chaisson including the announcement of his third nationally distributed album “Lost In Light”, to be released February 17, via MDM Recordings Inc. / Universal Music Canada.
Moncton, NB - February 5, 2015 - After touring all over Canada and Europe, Moncton’s The BackYard Devils are back with their much-anticipated second album titled Honky Tonk Heartbreaker, on Saturday, February 21st, at Moncton’s Tide and Boar (700 Main Street). We're streaming the first single from our album in our story.
Ottawa, ON – February 4, 2015 – Submissions are now open for the inaugural ONE Film Festival in Ottawa, Canada. The Ottawa North East Film Festival or The ONE Film Festival is a registered not-for-profit organization created to develop and implement plans for an annual film festival. The call for submissions has been announced and represents a new opportunity for Atlantic Canadian filmmakers over the years to come.
St. John’s NL – January 28, 2015 – The stage is set for the 2015 East Coast Music Awards in St. John’s, Newfoundland with the award nominees announced. It is a big list of nominees that includes a wide variety of music genres, video and industry sectors. The complete list in our story.
Hamilton, ON – January 27, 2015 – Numerous artists from Atlantic Canada celebrated nominations for this year’s JUNO Awards. There was a number of strong showings with Catherine MacLellan and Jenn Grant up for multiple awards. Twitter was busy yesterday as the nominations were announced. We have that and the complete list of nominees in our story.
Fredericton, NB – January 27, 2014 - Iconic Canadian bluesman Colin James will headline the 25th Anniversary edition of the Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival. In the first announcement of its 2015 program, Harvest revealed that James will return to Harvest after a brilliant performance in 2003 established him as an all-time Festival fan favorite.