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.

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Wednesday, 13 March 2013 14:15

Another great year for Stir Crazy Blues

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.

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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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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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