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Scrapbooking Guild of PEI

Christmas card making day Christmas card making day, hosted by the Scrapbooking Guild of PEI, will  [ ... ]

LGBTQ+ Youth Group

LGBTQ+ Youth Group meets the last Tuesday of the month from 6–8 pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, [ ... ]

Singsong

Singsong
Profile: Kelsea McLean

by Jane Ledwell

Students at Morell High School where choral leader Kelsea McLean is music teacher say she sings when she teaches. She admits she’s been accused of being “singsongy.” “I don’t think I’m a ray of sunshine,” she says, “or even all that optimistic—it’s just the delivery!” She laughs, melodically.

“I know all the kids in the school,” she says, “even if they aren’t
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Why Anything?

Why Anything?

Talking Bands
by James Evan Ceretti

Alex MacLeod and Andrew MacInnis share at least one coming-of-age musical tale. Both of their mothers weren’t too pleased after hearing their sons listening to the music and shenanigans of Blink-182. Well, MacLeod and MacInnis weren’t to be swayed.

Why Anything? is Charlottetown’s newest pop-punk band, with MacLeod fronting the band on guitar and vocals,
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A full month for Phase II and Friends

Phase II and Friends will be doing a number of shows in November, including three shows to honour veterans. The first of these will take place at the Wellington Legion on November 9, beginning at 8 pm. The second will be held at the Eastern Kings Community Centre on November 10 with a start time of 8 pm as well. The final show will be performed at the Central Queens United Church in Hunter River
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Safe Spaces

Safe Spaces
Element and Broadbent II

Element and Broadbent’s sophomore album Safe Spaces is an ode to Millennials. It is about things they say, and the way they act (whether they know it or not). It isn’t a criticism, but merely an observation of a generation that really has no identity, according to the duo, and is more known for material things and being PC.

The album was recorded in the summer of 2017 in
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Caroling

Caroling
Kelley Mooney

Kelley Mooney is releasing her first Christmas record, Caroling. The recording features a mix of Kelley’s favorite Christmas songs, a few contemporary ones, and a few originals—particularly, “Christmas in the Country.” This song gives you a complete picture of Christmas at the Mooney house—its food, music and love.

The CD launch will take place on November 4 at 7 pm at Trinity United
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Can You Hear Me

Can You Hear Me
Ashley Condon

This fall Ashley Condon launches her new album, Can you Hear Me—at the same time she and her husband launch their PEI-based microbrewery, Copper Bottom Brewing. “Offer people beer, and they’ll come to you!” Ashley jokes. In fact, the brewery is a long-time dream of her husband, Ken. But it fits in with Ashley’s own commitment to rooting her music business close to home.

Can You Hear
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NEVAHLAND

NEVAHLAND
Liam Corcoran

Former Two Hours Traffic frontman Liam Corcoran has his skills as a storyteller on display in his new album, NEVAHLAND. Whether in the foreshadowing of album opener “Never Ever,” the simplicity of “Opposite Vultures,” or the Americana-tinged pop of “Tick Tock,” Corcoran’s fictional tale is woven through a sonic backdrop that serves to deepen the story and highlight the emotions of
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What We Leave Behind

What We Leave Behind
The East Pointers

JUNO-award winning, Prince Edward Island based group The East Pointers have released their sophomore LP What We Leave Behind. Produced by Gordie Sampson, the album carves a new path for The East Pointers, as they continue to blur the lines between traditional and popular music and develop a fan-base around the globe.

The East Pointers—fiddler-singer Tim Chaisson, banjoist Koady
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Liam Corcoran's new single on The Strombo Show

The Strombo Show recently premiered "Out Of This World 2," a brand new single from former Two Hours Traffic frontman, Liam Corcoran. Listen to the entire episode here, or jump ahead to the 1:26:00 mark to hear the track. 

Teeming with a War on Drugs-esque sway, "Out Of This World 2" is a song that taps into the uncertainty of life on the road.  

"I was thinking back to all
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Canadian Songwriting Competition open for entries

The second annual national songwriting competition is bigger than before with the cash component of their Grand Prize at $10,000 and over $40,000 worth of prizes up for grabs. As of October 1, the contest is open to all songwriters (amateur and professional) who are Canadian citizens or who reside in Canada. The competition closes January 31, 2018.

Canadian artists on the judging panel panel
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Tune In Next Week

You choose the artist—Chris Corrigan and Jon Rehder will play the music Sundays
Baba's Lounge  [ ... ]

Back To Burgundy

November 17–25
City Cinema PG, language may offend
Dir: Cédric Klapisch, France, 114 min. Pio Marm [ ... ]

Evening of Irish Music and Craic

November 29
The Pourhouse Join renowned Irish traditional singer Mossie O’Scanláin, Irish style f [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Counting blessings

Profile: Adam Perry by Jane Ledwell By the time October arrives, Adam Perry’s seventeen-and-a-ha [ ... ]

Wapikoni: Cinema on Wheels

As part of Wapikoni Mobile’s first-ever coast-to-coast tour, Wapikoni: Cinema on Wheels will be st [ ... ]

Singsong

Profile: Kelsea McLean by Jane Ledwell Students at Morell High School where choral leader Kelsea M [ ... ]