Wednesday, 24 April 2013 15:07

Fourth Man in the Fire rocks at JUNOfest

Local Grade 12 students Kennedy Thompson, Sean Fehr, and Luc Perrault had the unique opportunity to play at the University of Regina last week, as part of the JUNOfest excitement surrounding the awards show which aired on April 21 from Regina. Fourth Man in the Fire was selected as one of the top six bands to participate in the Juno showcase on April 17, through a SaskMusic contest and live Battle of the Bands.

 

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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 15:16

Harry Manx hits Lyric stage on April 25

Although he has been in the music business for approximately 40 years, folk musician Harry Manx has only been a professional recording artist for the past fifteen. He will be bringing his extensive experience as an artist to the Lyric Theatre on April 25, as part of the Blenders music series.

 

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Although ticket sales started less than a week ago, country superstar Randy Travis’ upcoming performance at Living Sky Casino is selling out fast. Marketing Coordinator Jacqueline Hudec noted that after only one week, 76% of tickets for the show are sold.

 

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The Lyric Theatre is offering a great excuse to pull out the vintage 1950s gear with their 50s Showcase event, coming up on April 19 and 20. This event, sponsored by MNP, will feature gourmet burgers, live entertainment, dance lessons, trivia games, and costume prizes.

 

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Tickets are on sale for this year's Long Day's Night music festival, which features a strong lineup of headlining performers and also includes fantastic opening acts from right here in Saskatchewan – including Swift Current's Over The Air.

 

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Local country-bluegrass band The Midnight Roses will be performing alongside Fiest, Rosanne Cash, Al Simmons, Amelia Curran, Neko Case, and many other fantastic artists at this year's Regina Folk Festival, August 9-11.

 

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Following the success of last year's Zombageddon, local filmmakers Devon Oman and Reuben Parker are already hard at work for their next project – Swift Nightmares. This time, the film will feature three different stories written by three local writers, tied together into a horror anthology-style movie.

 

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