Since the 1990s, Swift Current residents have been able to enjoy a night out with some beautiful jazz music courtesy of students at Swift Current Comprehensive High School at their annual All That Jazz performance. This year's event will be on March 23, starting at the high school at 6:30 pm.


Local musicians are up for Saskatchewan Country Music Awards this year, with eight artists and bands from the southwest nominated in eleven different categories. Founder of the SCMA's Southwest Chapter, Glenna Switzer, is thrilled to see the members of the group seeing the recognition they deserve.


Wednesday, 13 March 2013 14:17

Alex Cuba brings Cuban music to the Lyric March 13

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At the age of 4, Alex Cuba had his first on-stage experience when his father took him on a national TV show to play with one of his bands. Since then, the musician has been actively pursuing his passion, bringing his unique blend of Cuban-Canadian music to audiences around the globe.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013 14:15

Another great year for Stir Crazy Blues

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This year's Stir Crazy Blues festival offered audiences a full three nights of fantastic music from some of the best blues artists Canada has to offer.

Wednesday, 06 March 2013 14:50

Wolak & Donnelly set to perform in Swift Current

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The Swift Current Allied Arts Council is pleased Wolak & Donnelly will be the seventh performance for the 2012–2013 season of Stars for Saskatchewan on Saturday, March 16.

Juno nominee Royal Wood will be bringing his catchy, honest blend of pop-folk music to Swift Current as the first performer in Blenders and Art Gallery of Swift Current's newest concert series, the Grand Piano Sessions, on March 8.


With a background singing in high school and in the Mennonite church, and a history of working on the farm, it was only natural for Saskatchewan singer / songwriter Larry Krause to drift into country and western music.


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