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.

 

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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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Local dancers had the unique opportunity to be a part of a professional ballet production over the weekend, when the Swift Current Allied Arts Council's Stars for Saskatchewan series presented Ballet Jörgen's Swan Lake. For Cheyenne Schulze and Jayla Walker, having the chance to put their combined 28 years of ballet practice to use was priceless.

 

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Eastend author Sean Virgo's most recent book, Dibidalen, was recently shortlisted for a 2013 Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction.

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Six years ago, musicians Shawn Hall and Matt Rogers decided to challenge themselves, and start performing as a blues duo. Now, The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer have been described as Canada's answer to the Black Keys, and are entertaining audiences across the country with their acoustic blues-folk sound.

 

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When he was ten years old, Steve Strongman came home and told his mother that he wanted to learn to play the guitar. Years later, this award-winning Canadian blues artist is bringing his music to audiences around the world – and even in Swift Current, as part of Blenders' Stir Crazy Blues Festival.

 

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