The Peak Performance Project, also known as the biggest music grant program in Canadian History, wraps up its first year with a final showcase downtown tonight. Created by 100.5 The Peak and Music BC, this is a $5.29 million program that will run each year (for the next seven years) aiming to develop and boost […]
Archive for the category "music news"
The totally un-canceled Celebration of Light fireworks nightime summer fun extravaganza blitz is upon us once again however this year a new radio station in town is spicing things up a bit. Photo credit: mark.woodbury on Flickr Shore 104 (104.1 on your FM dial) is presenting the Rogue Folk Shorefest, which is a series of […]
Several months ago I was able to profile Mojave for one of my weekly E!Online articles and since that time they have been crazy-busy recording an album and touring around to promote Crow’s Funeral. Mojave‘s music is podsafe (meaning you can play them on a podcast) and if you’re in to blip (the music file […]
Late last year I was introduced to Mojave and through the magic of blogging and Twitter the entire city’s been able to keep up to speed on the events, happenings, new and updates from this local band who will soon be releasing their new album, Crow’s Funeral. I had the chance to interview LJ and […]
A few weeks ago I interviewed Christer for E!Online. She is a talented local transplant from back East who produces smooth, funky, and “electro pop” tunes. Recently, Christer played the colossal Canada Music Week, as well as Juno Fest, and her music video was released this week. To celebrate, I have been given a Christer […]
The eTalk Red Carpet program is running from 3:30pm until 4:30pm (Pacific) and I’ll be heading down to GM Place to liveblog the 2009 Juno Awards this afternoon as well. I won’t be backstage in the media room like at last night’s gala dinner since I’ll be up above the set in the press box […]