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iTunes Prices Change Today

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iTunes Canada announced back in January that it had reached a deal with labels, allowing variable pricing by the labels in exchange for dropping DRM.

That change happens today.

Starting today, many major label tracks will jump to $1.29 from the standard $.99. Many will stay at the just under a buck price, and supposedly others still will drop to $.69. iTunes has said that for every song raised to $1.29, ten songs would be lowered in price to $.69. I did a quick search this morning and I couldn't find any tunes at $.69.

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Inward Eye Video Shoot

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Inward Eye is shooting a video and you can be in it. The rock trio will hit the Royal Albert on April 6 to shoot "You Know I Know," the second single from its debut four-song EP. The band's last video, "Shame," is already in heavy rotation on MuchMusic so if you're a part of this, your mom's probably gonna see you (whose mom doesn't watch Much?). The free show kicks off at 9pm with AM Glory, followed by The Paps at 9:30pm and Inward Eye at 10:15pm. I'm fairly certain that I'm too old but you're not! If you want to be in the video, be at the Albert at 9pm.

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The Brewnos are coming

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Every spring, Manitoba's artists get dressed up and head out for a special night to celebrate and honour the best in music. Yup, it's Brewno time again. On April 3, 92.9 KICK FM show Beer for Breakfast will once again host Definitely Not The Junos, a.k.a. the Brewnos, an awards show with an online public nomination process that draws the winner randomly.

Beer for Breakfast's Broose Tulloch did the event as a one-off Winnipeg-centric compliment to the Juno Awards during their 2005 visit to Winnipeg. Five year's later, the event continues to gain popularity. Always an interesting and diverse show, this year's Brewno performers include Marco Castillo, Mahogany Frog, Ismaila, Rik Leaf, Equal Loudness Curve, and more. Join in the festivities and celebrate the local scene tonight at The Academy.

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The Wailin' Jennys Eat Cake

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For a band that has a page on its website dedicated entirely to food and restaurants, placing a song in a movie called The Cake Eaters seems fitting. The Wailin' Jennys landed their song, "Begin," off the Juno-nominated release, Firecracker, in the new movie directed by award-winning actress Mary Stuart Masterson and starring Twilight phenom, Kristen Stewart.

The movie also stars Oscar-nominated actress Melissa Leo, who recently appeared in The Frozen River, which featured music by fellow Winnipeg roots alum, Nathan's Keri Latimer.

"I was a big John Hughes fan in the '80s and therefore I was a big Mary Stuart Masterson fan. It's exciting that now that she's directing, she's put one of our songs in her film," says band member Nicky Mehta.

The Juno-winning act, which also includes Ruth Moody and U.S.-based Heather Masse,  has been taking a break from its usual hectic tour schedule in recent months but is planning to release a live album in July.

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Turn Your Knob To...

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The radio ratings are in and CBC Radio 2 isn't a winner. The Winnipeg Free Press has reported that Radio 2 has dropped listeners since moving away from its classical format in September. 92 CITI FM and Clear 102.3 FM, meanwhile, gained listeners. So did QX 104 FM, Bob FM, and CFRW. While they both lost listeners, CJOB and CBC Radio One still come in at number one and two in Winnipeg, respectively.  Read more...

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Uncertainty for Digital Music Business Models (Still)

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Last week I wrote about a downward trend in peer-to-peer downloading - many observers see this in part as a result of the increased use of free and easy streaming music services such as imeem, Pandora, Last.fm, and Spotify. Why download and store files, when you can have access to anything you want, from any location, on demand?

Well, in the last few days, much has been written about the sorry state of business for these services. In the UK, where the artists are much more organized and active in demanding that they be written into the deals (not just as a footnote in their labels' deals with these services), google/youtube is currently in a battle with the PRS, claiming that they can't afford to pay artists for content. Other streaming music companies are lining up behind google, hoping to benefit from the behemoth's bargaining clout. Meanwhile, the companies themselves are still scrambling to come up with a homerun service that users actually like and use. The much heralded MySpace music, for example, was a major flop and is in the process of re-inventing itself again.

In many cases, it seems to me that it's inking deals with the major labels that is at the heart of...

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Who are you to criticize him?!?!

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If you caught that heading reference, then you probably know a thing or two about "Jesus Christ Superstar." Well, this week, Wab's going to tell you about the Winnipeg tie-in to the musical that could have you wishing you never got rid of those leather sandals.

To celebrate Easter, some Winnipeg musicians are getting into the holy spirit of things, a la Jesus Christ Superstar. Next Thursday (April 9) at the Park Theatre, The Liptonians and Flying Fox and the Hunter/Gatherers are going to perform the music from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. And this Saturday at around 5:30 on Radio One, Wab's going to be rocking it with some of the original soundtrack. Seriously folks, we didn't know Wab was a fan until he started blasting "I Don't Know How To Love Him." Click here for more info on the concert.

Also on The (204) this weekend, new music from The Nods, Paper Moon and Eric Nicholas.

And a victory lap for some of the Manitoba Juno winners: DJ Brace, Chic Gamine and Doc Walker are all featured on this show Saturday.

Listen to:
The (204) with Wabanakwut Kinew
Saturdays 5-6 p.m. on CBC Radio 1

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Department of Dzama

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Winnipeg art hero Marcel Dzama worked with Feist's "1234" hero Patrick Daughters to direct the (brilliant) Department of Eagles' video for "No One Does It Like You," recently premiered at the MoMA. I'd say something deliciously clever about it but I'm too busy watching it repeatedly (along with Feist's Juno-winning video for "Honey Honey"). You should too.

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EMI Changes Digital Direction, Again

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Back in May, I wrote about EMI Music's appointment of former Google CIO Douglas Merrill as head of digital strategy. The move seemed to indicate that EMI was serious about rethinking their approach to digital distribution.

But now, less than a year later, EMI has announced in an internal memo that Merrill is "moving on." They have appointed Cory Ondrejka to the position of executive vice president of digital marketing - essentially signaling that they will no longer have a digital department, but that digital strategies will permeate all aspects of the company's business. It's probably the right idea, but many observers seem unconvinced.

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Happy Birthday Ronnie Lane

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Big Smash! Productions continues its dedication the music movies with a presentation of 2006's The Passing Show: The Life and Music of Ronnie Lane. The April 1 show at The Cyrk will correspond with what would've been the Lane's 63rd birthday and will feature a written introduction by Small Faces/Faces member Ian McLaglan. The bio doc features numerous musical clips and interviews with family, friends and colleagues including Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, McLagan, Kenney Jones, Glyn Johns, Henry McCullough, Joe Ely and many more. Click here to find out more about the event.

I'm going to be perfectly honest here and admit that I had no idea who this band was. Inevitably, that meant a trip to Wikipedia, where I learned that Small Faces was "possibly one of the most acclaimed and influential mod groups of the 1960s." Which kinda embarassed me. So then I checked out some vintage stuff on YouTube. Learning is fun!

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Manitoba Roots Acts Dominate Juno Awards

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Chic Gamine has continued Manitoba's domination of the roots category at the Juno Awards.The quintet picked up the award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (Group) for its self-titled debut at the 2009 JUNO Awards Gala & Dinner on March 28 in Vancouver. The band joins recent winners Nathan, The Duhks, and The Wailin' Jennys who won in 2008, 2006, and 2005, respectively. The Duhks were also nominated this year in the roots category for Fast Paced World, along with Twilight Hotel for Highway Prayer.

Chic Gamine wasn't the only Manitoba act to pick up hardware at this year's festivities. Country rock stars Doc Walker landed the award for Country Recording of the Year for its latest release, Beautiful Life.

Expats also did well this year, with DJ Brace taking Instrumental Album of the Year for Nostomania, released on Winnipeg-based electronic label Balanced Records. Brandon-born violinist James Ehnes won for Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber Ensemble for his album, Homages. 

Most awards are handed out at the invite-only gala dinner the night before the main event, televised on CTV on March 29.

Keep up-to-date on the Juno festivities by following...

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Blender

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In the troubled world of print publications, music mag Blender is the latest to call it quits. The magazine was a glossy pop culture mag, but included serious music feature articles and decent record reviews. Blender follows No Depression which threw in the towel last year, in becoming an online only publication.

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The Simon and Garfunkel of the prairies

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They make beautiful harmonies together. And you'd seriously think they were Paul and Art incarnate. They're Chris Neufeld and Donovan Giesbrecht, performing under the moniker The Other Brothers, and we've got these two playing in the (204) studio this weekend.

The Other Brothers aren't really brothers, even though they look peculiarly similar. They're two solo folk musicians who've recently joined forces. Aside from being catchy, the band name fits because when it comes to their approaches to music, they're a lot like siblings (in all the good, non-bickery ways). They're about to release their first CD as the new duo - you can check out the release part April 3rd at the Park Theatre in Winnipeg at 7pm.

Chris's solo career gained immediate attention. After being featured on CBC radio's Culture Shock, and sharing the stage with the likes of Fred Eaglesmith and Nathan, Chris's debut CD, Colorado Low, was met with eager anticipation. It did not disappoint. The record ranked #1 for three weeks on the UMFM campus charts, and was later selected as one of the top ten albums of 2005. Those who have heard Chris live—whether on stage at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, the Brandon Folk...

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CBC Cuts The Signal (Kinda)

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In a town hall meeting today, CBC's English Services executive vice president, Richard Stursberg, announced details on some of the cuts to its programming.

Of note to music fans: Radio 2 will cut the Manitoba-produced weekend edition of The Signal, hosted by Pat Carrabré (who's up for a Juno this weekend). Radio 2 will also cut In the Key of Charles and plans "more consolidations with Radio 3," whatever that means. It'll also reduce the number of live music production and recordings it does.

While none of this bodes well for, er, much of anything, it does appear that regional show The (204) is safe from the axe, which is good news for Manitoba music and fans alike.

Find out more about the cuts on CBC's website and follow Stursberg's presentation minute-by-minute.

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Manitoba Heads to the Junos

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Vancouver is about to get a taste of Manitoba’s legendary hospitality with a special celebration of Manitoba music during the 2009 JUNO Awards street party in Vancouver on March 29. Presented by Manitoba Film & Music, Manitoba Culture, Heritage, Tourism and Sport, and Manitoba Music, the event will feature performances by 2009 Juno nominees Doc Walker, Tracy Bone, Billy Joe Green, and Big Dave McLean, showcasing some of the great talent coming from our province. With 11 nominations, this year marks Manitoba’s strongest showing in Juno history.

Three Manitoba bands are strong contenders for the top prize in the Roots & Traditional Album of the Year (Group) category this year, solidifying Manitoba’s reputation for great roots music. This year’s contenders include soulful roots music outfit Chic Gamine for its self-titled debut, genre-defying roots act The Duhks for Fast Paced World, and Americana duo Twilight Hotel for Highway Prayer.

Hometown talent is also leading in the Aboriginal Album of the Year category, landing three nominations this year. Nominees include country chanteuse Tracy Bone and her Western Canadian Music Award-winning debut, No Lies, on Winnipeg-based...

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Trends in "Free" Music

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Manitoba Music hosted a session last night with Mark Meharry from MusicGlue. Mark is based in London and is a pioneer of the "free" music approach to building a fan base and building careers for independent artists. Mark helps artists give away music, as a way to track and interact with fans, and build other revenue streams from concert tickets and merchandise. In the face of declining CD sales, artists and music industry companies are looking for new buisiness models and business structures.

One of the trends that we talked about last night was the move from downloading and storing music, to streaming music. Broadband speeds and access to online file storage are increasing and becoming cheaper, moving towards zero cost. This is leading to increased ease of access to music through legal channels like mobile phone delivery and streaming online services. Rather than building libraries of music, the user can simply plug into vast existing catalogues.

Illegal file sharing has been as much about ease of access as is about cost - labels weren't quick enough at making music available and transportable so mega music fans and tech savvy kids looked elsewhere. Now that music is...

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Bracing for the Junos

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Balanced Records' act DJ Brace has a few things to do when he heads to Vancouver for the 2009 JUNO Awards at the end of the month. In addition to his nomination for Instrumental Album of the Year, the expat's music will be featured at the Juno Gala Dinner on March 28. (Most of the Junos are presented at the private, non-televised event.) Brace will also play JunoFest during the weekend festivities as well as the official Juno welcome reception on the 27th with Tagaq and others. Now, if he's actually playing with Tagaq, that's going to be a killer set.

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Canadian BBQ on CBC Radio 3

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CBC Radio 3 with host Grant Lawrence will broadcast the Caswell House party live from South by Southwest in Austin on Friday, March 20 at 5pm CST. For the eleventh year, Manitoba Music and MANITOBA FILM & MUSIC join forces with North by Northeast to present the annual Canadian BBQ at the Caswell House. This year’s party features live performances by Winnipeg's own Boats and The Details, as well as Toronto’s Bedouin Soundclash and Victoria’s Immaculate Machine. Be sure to tune in and listen live at cbcradio3.com.

5:15pm - The Details
6:15pm - Boats
7:15pm - Bedouin Soundclash
8:15pm - Immaculate Machine

If you listen really carefully, you can probably hear all the folks in the Manitoba delegation eating BBQ.

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Wab's Top 5

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They all came together in early March to perform at "Native Rocks," a concert at Winnipeg's Pyramid Cabaret that coincided with this year's National Aboriginal Achievement Awards. You'll hear R&B singer Inez, troubadour Jasmine Netsena, one of the best young slide guitar players Jason Burnstick, the powerful Angus Jourdain, and the hottest thing to come out of Churchill, MB, Evan Reeve. That's Saturday, March 21st, 5-6 pm on CBC Radio One!

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Some Random Creativity

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What would happen if someone scoured YouTube for unrelated clips of people playing music and edited them together into one cohesive song? Click here to find out. Dude from Thru You has created seven videos this way.

My personal favourite is the Babylon Band, complete with church organ, a teenage bouzouki player, and techno beats. Madness! 

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Jazz Fest Announces Three Headliners

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Jazz Winnipeg has announced three of its headling acts for the 2009 Jazz Winnipeg Festival. The 20th anniversary event will feature soul legend Al Green, The Derek Trucks Band, and chanteuse Dee Dee Bridgewater with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Jazz fans will have to wait until April 17 for the remainder of the line-up to be revealed.

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Record Number of Manitoba Artists Infiltrate Austin Music Fests

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An unprecedented 14 Manitoba acts are heading to Texas to showcase at two major music festivals in March. Manitoba will have its strongest showing at the prestigious South by Southwest and RedGorilla Music Fest, which runs simultaneously in Austin, sending some of its most exciting acts to showcase in front of influential international music industry professionals.

Now in its 21st year, SXSW -- which runs March 18-21 -- is one of the world’s biggest music festivals and conferences, featuring over 1300 acts from across the globe performing in every imaginable genre. This year’s list of local showcasing acts includes alternative pop outfits Boats, M60, and The Details, as well as hip-hop act Grand Analog, Juno-nominated roots duo Twilight Hotel, blues rockers The Perpetrators, and rock act The Telepathic Butterflies. Manitoba acts will have the opportunity to perform for some of the industry's top names as well as rabid audiences in several Austin venues.

For the eleventh year, Manitoba Music and MANITOBA FILM & MUSIC joins forces with North by Northeast to present the hottest party at SXSW at the Caswell House -- a gorgeous mansion in Austin, where industry and artists...

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Folk Fest Announces 2009 Performers

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The ice is melting, the birds are chirping, but the surest sign of spring in Manitoba? The Winnipeg Folk Festival has announced it's 2009 line-up.

This year's fest will include a handful of locals, including Don Amero, Alana Levandoski, Dust Poets, Big Dave McLean, and kid's acts Mr. Mark and Puppet Folk. There are also plenty of big names set to grace at least the main stage: Neko Case, k.d. lang, and Arlo Guthrie.

The line-up also includes  a veritable who's who of the the CBC Radio 3 playlist: Gentleman Reg, Belle Orchestre, Amelia Curran, The Deep Dark Woods, T.Nile, and Great Lake Swimmers.

The band I've been waiting for years to watch live? Texas' Okkervil River.

I'm sure there will be the inevitable discussion about how acts like Patrick Watson fit into the definition of "folk music." Personally, I've given up on the idea of "folk" as an exclusive genre. All I know is that this is the most exciting line-up I've seen in years.

Read the full list here...

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Bravo Debuts Kyle Riabko Doc

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Bravo! Canada is set to debut a documentary about music wunderkin, Kyle Riabko, on March 15. Directed by Gemini Award-winning Jeff Newman, the piece documents Riabko as he tests his Broadway chops in the production of Spring Awakening. (Thanks to our friends at On Screen Manitoba and Lori Stefaniuk for the tip.)

It also features a bit of screen time for a couple of Winnipeggers. Producer and artist manager Chris Burke-Gaffney, who shepherded Riabko in his successful career as a singer/songwriter, makes an appearance in the doc. So does sogwriter Luke McMaster, formerly of popular Winnipeg-based pop act McMaster & James.

Spring Awakening - New York's hottest show. Groundbreaking. Tony award-winning. Starring a dynamic cast of astoundingly gifted young performers. And it's about to be taken over by a kid from Saskatchewan. Kyle Riabko: The Lead is a thrilling TV documentary following aspiring musician Kyle Riabko as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead role in the hit Broadway musical: Spring Awakening. Unprecedented Broadway access. Heartbreaking, uplifting stories from audience members' real lives. This show captures the essence of...

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The Record of the Week Club

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Take 3 or 4 musicians who've never worked together before; lock them in a studio for an evening; and force them to create a new song before they can go home. Think it sounds like a good idea?

We did, so we're devoting most of the show to exploring the topic.

Many of Winnipeg's finest musicians were recently involved in a musical experiment that's wrapped up recently in the city: The Record of the Week Club. It's a really interesting social experiment. This weekend you'll hear music created in one night by people from different musical backgrounds. Plus, they'd never met before the session.

We'll hear from participants like John K Samson of The Weakerthans, killer vocalist Andrina Turenne, and taiko drummer Phoebe Mann. We'll also go and speak with the mastermind, producer Mike Petkau. And, CBC's very own Ismaila Alfa - a rapper by night - will be Wab's co-host, so that we can get the artist' point of view, first hand.

A note to the die-hard listeners: If you're wondering whether you've heard us talk about this project before, it's because you have. We loved this episode much, we decided to dust it off and share it again to those who missed it earlier this...

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Juno Awards Weekend Event Update

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The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today additional features highlighting the popular JUNO Awards Weekend Events including Juno Cup, Juno Fan Fare, JunoFest and Songwriters' Circle.

Only TWO weeks remain for fans to purchase tickets to select JUNO Awards Weekend Events as well as THE 2009 JUNO AWARDS broadcast on Sunday, March 29 at 5 p.m. PT. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.ca, or by phone at (604) 280-4444.

Juno Cup - Presented by The Keg Steakhouse & Bar
Date: Friday, March 27
Location: UBC Thunderbird Arena
Time: 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Tickets: $14.99

Joining the powerhouse roster of NHL Greats for the 6th annual Juno Cup game are former Canucks' alumni Garth Butcher, Gino Odjick and Troy Crowder. Although the NHLers are outnumbered by The Rockers, the pros do have a secret weapon: newly announced guest coach (and rocker turncoat), Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo.

Adding power and punch to The Rockers team is two-time JUNO Award winner George Canyon, Matt Johnson (54-40), Paul Hawley of the Vancouver rock group, Hot Hot Heat and Captain Scotty of the infamous Jeff O'Neil show on 99.3 The Fox. These new...

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Juno Awards Weekend Event Update

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The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today additional features highlighting the popular JUNO Awards Weekend Events including Juno Cup, Juno Fan Fare, JunoFest and Songwriters' Circle.

Only TWO weeks remain for fans to purchase tickets to select JUNO Awards Weekend Events as well as THE 2009 JUNO AWARDS broadcast on Sunday, March 29 at 5 p.m. PT. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.ca, or by phone at (604) 280-4444.

Juno Cup - Presented by The Keg Steakhouse & Bar
Date: Friday, March 27
Location: UBC Thunderbird Arena
Time: 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Tickets: $14.99

Joining the powerhouse roster of NHL Greats for the 6th annual Juno Cup game are former Canucks' alumni Garth Butcher, Gino Odjick and Troy Crowder. Although the NHLers are outnumbered by The Rockers, the pros do have a secret weapon: newly announced guest coach (and rocker turncoat), Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo.

Adding power and punch to The Rockers team is two-time JUNO Award winner George Canyon, Matt Johnson (54-40), Paul Hawley of the Vancouver rock group, Hot Hot Heat and Captain Scotty of the infamous Jeff O'Neil show on 99.3 The Fox. These new...

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Strong Local Presence at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week

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Thirteen Manitoba acts are packing their gear and heading to Toronto this week to showcase at one of Canada’s biggest music industry conferences and festivals. Some of Manitoba’s leading artists as well as up-and-coming acts will represent their home province in front of fans, industry, and media at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week (CMW). CMW runs March 11-14 and features 500 showcasing bands over five nights at over 45 live music venues.

This year’s list of showcasing acts includes several of Manitoba’s top rock outfits, including: The Waking Eyes, Sights & Sounds, Inward Eye, Domenica, Floor Thirteen, and Port Amoral. Joining the rockers will be indie popsters The Liptonians, The Details, and Taylor Demetrioff, as well as country crooner Bryce Pallister, singer/songwriter/fiddler Sierra Noble, and hip-hop act Grand Analog. The legendary Burton Cummings will also take to the stage for the festivities.

The Manitoba delegation will also include prominent local industry professionals, Paradise Alley Production’s Dale Penner, Smallman Records’ Jason Smith and Rob Krause, and Arbor Records’ Brandon Friesen.

CMW is an annual event that encompasses a festival, conference,...

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One Ultimately Liveable City

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Toronto-based freelance writer Noah Richler kinda likes Winnipeg. This means that our fair city has received its semi-regular validation that this ain't a bad place to live, this time from TheStar.com...



"That modesty: You realize, after a while, that it has less to do with Winnipeggers underestimating just how fascinating their city is than their knowing, in some quiet part of their being, that if they do the modern thing and share it too much, then they may well lose the conditions that make it such a singular and ultimately liveable city."
Richler spends a decent amount of time talking about the local arts scene, although he mistakenly attributes The Be Good Tanyas to Manitoba (he's probably thinking of another award-winning female folk trio, The Wailin' Jennys). He also reminded me that I don't always have to eat at Spicy Noodle House (although quite frankly, he should've had #128 while he was here).

Click here to read the full article.

I sound incredibly glib but I actually thoroughly enjoyed Richler's article, as well as other articles like these.

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They're gonna make it big [and we don't just mean 'cause they're on The (204)]

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This weekend, we're going to play four artists from the (204) who are on the brink of big things. AND - you'll hear what they sound like live in concert. Talk about a special time - zowie!

They are [drum roll]:

JP HOE
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Pop singer JP Hoe launched his newest CD "The Dear John Letters" at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Joining him on stage, along with his band, was a string quartet made up of members of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, adding an extra touch of lushness to the mix.

JACOB AND LILY
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Incorporating the cajon beat box, world percussion instruments and a partial drum kit, Caleb Friesen (a.k.a. Jacob) is the perfect compliment to Karla Adolphe’s ( a.k.a. Lily) powerful voice and award winning songwriting.

THE NOWOSAD PRICE QUINTET
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Keith's myspace
Drummer Curtis Nowosad and guitarist Keith Price are arguably two of the busiest young players on the local scene and the proof lies in their group's repertoire of standards and their own jazz arrangements of contemporary pop songs. Other band members that played the Park Theatre the night of the recording were: Will Bonness on piano, Julian Bradford on bass, and...

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