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Steve Bell celebrates 25 years. - Metro + FREE download

ATLAAS gives you what you've been waiting for. - The Uniter

Yes We Mystic rocks Montreal. - Journal Metro

Christmas comes early with a new EP from Chic Gamine. - BC Local News

The Weakerthans make a feline playlist. - The Guardian

Camerata Nova gets festive. - The Metro

The Xanad00ds gears up launch debut album. - MyToba

The Park Theatre is not slowing down. - Winnipeg Free Press

The Good Will keeps in fresh. - MyToba

Carly Dow brings a new perspective to NeilFest. - Winnipeg Sun

Royal Canoe will put a big stupid smile on your face. - CONFRONT Magazine

Sierra Noble's fans show some support. - BT Winnipeg

Ridley Bent gets wild in the west. - Beatroute

Festivals are The Crooked Brothers' happy place. - Vancouver Sun

The Crooked Brothers keep it polite. - BC Local News

Matt Epp pairs his music to visual art. - Kelowna Daily Courier

The Wailing Jennys hits stages across the continent. - Statesman Journal

Kevin Roy shares his stories. - Lloydminister Source

Locals unite at the West End Cultural Centre in honour of Stan Rogers. - MyToba

You won't want to miss Tanya Tagaq. - Calgary Herald

JP Hoe's music matters. - Pembina Today

Spend your Friday with Naysa. - Weekend Notes

Until Red is Brandon's best looking band. - 730 CKDM

SXSW will see more Manitobans in 2015. - Paste Magazine

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Tracy Bone Brings Home a Native American Music Award

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Manitoba singer/songwriter Tracy Bone has earned some new hardware, bringing home a Native American Music Award (NAMA) on November 14 for Best Country Recording. This is just the latest accolade for Bone, who was also nominated for Best Female Artist at the NAMA. She has already won a West Coast American Indian Award and Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award for her latest recording, Woman Of Red, as well as a Western Canadian Music Award nomination.

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

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Leonard Sumner performs "Best of Me" in new AMP Sessions video series. –

AMP Sessions shines a spotlight on Aboriginal artists in new video series. – NationTalk

The words are on the wall for Red Moon Road. – Exclaim!

A pretty comprehensive look at Winnipeg’s rock history. – Noisey

Vampires bring a tidal wave of noise down on your head. – Make A Little Noise

Nic Dyson aims to make a difference. – Community News Commons

The Weakerthans is one of Fun. Guitarist Jack Anotoff’s faves. – The Daily Beast

Crooked Brothers bond over music. – Calgary Herald

Vince Fontaine among the performers for NAMA livestream. – CTV News London

Stream Alfa’s new album Harmattan. – The Uniter

Tanya Tagaq plays the best punk show ever. – Apt16

Doc Walker’s “That’s How I Like It” one of the hottest country songs. – KICX

Del Barber to sing the anthem in Corner Gas special. – The Canadian Press

Ridley Bent joins fellow alt-roots giants on stage. – Beatroute

New sounds on the horizon from Nu Sounds SeriesTrio Bembe. – Winnipeg Free Press

Not even the sky is the limit for Keith and Renee. – Country 101.1

Federal Lights gears up for Movember. – BT Winnipeg

The Mariachi Ghost plays Day of the Dead festival. – El Horizonte

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