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David Newberry: A new voice worth remembering

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Despite its seemingly negative-sounding title — No One Will Remember You — and somewhat sombre graphics, David Newberry’s second album's contents are surprisingly uplifting,...
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Kat Goldman travels on with Gypsy Girl

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You may remember Toronto's Kat Goldman from about a decade ago when her debut CD, The Great Disappearing Act, created a sensation at home and...
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Colleen Peterson award winner Alise Marlane

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The Ontario Arts Council has just announced the winner of the 2011 Colleen Peterson Award. Alise Marlane is a jazz & folk singer-songwriter born...
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The Wheat Pool: Saying goodbye to a favourite

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Why do we love a band? As soon as that question is asked, one's heart rushes for a private image, the cover of your inner...
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Mark Berube sets his music free

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Though he's been called a "young Leonard Cohen" for his lyrical skill, Mark Berube's true calling goes beyond words. He's a multi-instrumentalist, a curator...
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Folk music, the novel: Scott Alarik’s “Revival”

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Scott Alarik knows the folk music world from just about every side. He’s a singer-songwriter with five albums to his credit, he's been the principal...
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Creative immersion at Winter Folk Camp

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As March rolls into Toronto with a casual, spring-like confidence, I'm thinking back to my weekend in Haliburton, where winter still means wind and...

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