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Get the first listen of Crooked Brothers' new album Thank you, I'm Sorry. - Exclaim!

Steve Bell's journey hits the big screen. - Mennonite Brethren Herald

Why Tanya Tagaq should win the Polaris Prize. - Grayowl Point

Cheer Polaris nominee Tanya Tagaq on from your laptop. - Edmonton Sun

Vampires kisses you deadly on new EP. - The Uniter

Greg MacPherson hits the east coast with Fireball. - Cape Breton Post

Don Amero gives us a taste of RightsFest. - BT Winnipeg

Chic Gamine and Mahogany Frog make the Reeperbahn playlist. - Join Music

Fred Penner was a standout at Ottawa Folk Festival. - CFRA 580

Fred Penner gets the big kids singing along. - Calgary Herald

The Bros. Landreth bring their excellent bluesy rock to Ottawa Folk Festival. - Ottawa Citizen

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with Mariachi Ghost. - CBC Radio

The Wailin' Jennys gear up for fall tour. - Fairfax Times

Harvest Moon shines bright. - Spectator Tribune

Jeremy from Comeback Kid invites us over. - The Uniter

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Back to School with the DIY Series

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Join us for the second year of our popular MusicWorks segment, the DIY Series. This stream of workshops offers developing artists and industry, as well as veterans looking to update their skills, the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the music business.

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Manitoba Artists Pick Up Six Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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Manitoba artists have picked up six Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA) this year. Winnipeg Boyz, Indian City, Leonard Sumner, Jason Lepine, and Nelson Little all earned hardware at a nationally-televised gala at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg on September 12 and the invite-only Ohshkii Awards Night at the Winnipeg Art Gallery the night before. 

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In The News: Manitoba Music News Stories from Around the Web

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Inspiration takes Sheena Grobb beyond music. - CBC News + FREE download

Sheena Grobb makes daring moves on The Breakless Heart. - The Uniter

The right place at the wrong time paid off for Steve Bell. - Winnipeg Free Press

Harvest Moon Festival brings a crop of local bands to the stage. - Winnipeg Free Press

Harvest Moon shines with local talent. - The Uniter

Leonard Sumner talks about music influence and APCMA nod. - BT Winnipeg

Eights locals stand to bring home APCMAs. - Winnipeg Free Press

Mise en Scene head down unda. - The Music

Distances gears up for album release. - Scruffy The Yak

The Noble Thiefs got where they are one show at a time. - Beatroute

Autumn Still teases us with a three-song EP. - The Uniter

Cara Luft makes a guest appearance. - Berwick Advertiser

Shotgun Jimmie is a one man rock'n'roll show. - The Manitoban

Keep your ear on Indicator Indicator. - Examiner

Raine Hamilton makes use of the acoustics in Union Station. - The Great Canadian Journey

Sweet Alibi, Ingrid Gatin, Oh My Darling, and Cassidy Mann show hit the Heartworn Highway. - The Manitoban

Tanya Tagaq has fellow Polaris nominee rooting for her. - Calgary Herald

Animism by Tanya Tagaq scores 8 out of 10. - Pop Matters

Doc Walker helps bridge the gap between new and old at CCMAs. - Calgary Herald

Tracy Bone takes part in Black Hills Unity Concert. - Indian Country Today

Fred Penner brings some folk to our nation's Capital. - Ottawa Citizen

Slow Leaves puts it all on the line with new release. - Digital Journal

KEN mode talks MMA. - Decibel Magazine

The Weakerthans helps bring listeners to Winnipeg through words. - Music Emissions

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Harvest Moon Festival Celebrates 13 Year of Music and Sustainable Living

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It may be a little bit chillier out there, but there's still some great live music to experience in the beautiful Manitoba outdoors for this busy Year of Music. The 13th annual Harvest Moon Festival, which runs September 12-14 in Clearwater, will offer up a weekend of workshops on sustainable living, farmer's market, kid's fun, fair trade fair, food vendors, and a big helping of local music. 

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