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Few names in Canadian rock music are as instantly recognizable as April Wine.
The final act for the Colonial Days Fair music lineup is a musician known very well to the city of Lloydminster, as country singer Dallas Smith will take to the main stage Saturday night.
Whether you call Dragonette’s music new wave, electronic or pop, at the end of the day, they are simply a hardworking Canadian band, even if they play synthesizers.
At the provincial finals of the Saskatchewan Music Festival Association’s Senior Speech Arts competition this summer, 13-year-old Patrick Benoit of Lloydminster came out on top.
The classic southern rock sound of Willhorse will return to the Border City tonight, when the band comes back to Ezzies on the Border for a show as part of their tour to promote their debut self-titled album.
Joel Sturrock was a student at the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School before leaving in his senior year to attend the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.
On the cover of the Highest Order’s album If It’s Real, there is an acoustic guitar flanked by a backdrop of stars and space.
Former Foreigner frontman talks to the Source during his stop in Lloyd.
Last year Edmonton-based alternative pop band Picture the Ocean travelled all over the world, playing shows from the U.K. to India.
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