When it comes to penning songs, Charlie Major said he calls them as he sees them.
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This year, the Lloydminster and District SPCA is putting a little more variety into their cabaret.
If you’re looking for Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Belle Plaine while she’s on tour and she can’t be found on stage or in the van, it’s quite likely Plaine is searching for a place to grab a bite. But not just any place – Plaine knows a thing or two about restaurants and good service.
Some might think it’s a tall order to have your music likened to what you’d hear from the love child of Neil Young, Wilco and Social Distortion. For Seth Anderson, a.k.a. the Renegade Kid, he takes it in stride.
The entry deadline is approaching for musicians interested in competing in the Kiwanis Lloydminster and District Music Festival.
Lakeland College put together several events this week as part of Frost Week, an orientation for new students this semester.
It’s safe to assume that the men of TorQ don’t travel lightly. The percussion quartet packs more than 50 percussion instruments with them when they travel from theatre to theatre for their shows.
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