Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Beloved rock venue The Zoo closing after one last Halloween blowout. - Winnipeg Free Press

A fond farewell to The Zoo. - The Winnipeg Sun

Manitoba Music crosses boarders with Living Hour and Mise en Scene. - The Current

The Lytics reflect on an opportunity of a lifetime with Beastie Boys' Mike D. - WRG Magazine

Mike D and The Lytics talk about the culture of creativity. - WRG Magazine

Transistor 66's happily dysfunctional family is going strong. - Beatroute

Well Sister's music is a spiritual autobiography. - The Uniter

Autumn Still is easy to enjoy. - Grayowl Point FREE download

Slow Leaves talks Allan Slaight Master Class, new album, and more... - Rudy Blair

Danny Schur and William Prince celebrate the positives with "Made in Winnipeg." - Global

Chill-inducing vocals from William Prince. - CTV

William Prince's voice is perfect for Danny Schur's ode to Winnipeg. - Metro

New book on local '90s underground excavates a vivid world of dive bars. - Beatroute

Greg Rekus joins the Halloween festivities in Orlando. - The Examiner

Keith Price talks touring, catching the jazz bug, and more. - Ottawa Citizen

An unexpected treat from Kindest Cuts and Ghost Twin. - Silent Shout

Chic Gamine's Light A Match burns bright - KEXP

Chic Gamine's got Motown souls, French pop spirits, and rock'n'roll hearts. - Lansing State Journal

Doc Walker and Chic Gamine are all aboard the Holiday Train. - The Holiday and Travel Magazine

The Mariachi Ghost to play Dead of the Dead party. - NewCa

Fred Penner will help send away the winter blues in Regina. - The Province

French Press gears up for career expansion with upcoming release. - Meridian Booster

It's still festival season for The Small Glories. - American Towns

Romi Mayes is a voice that's here to stay. - Great Falls Tribune

An inside look at AudioOpera's new album. - The Uniter

A Mariah Carey cover by The Bros. Landreth is still on the table. - Edmonton Examiner

The Bros. Landreth take the stage in Indiana. - The Elkhorn Truth

Red Moon Road goes Rogue this weekend. - The Georgia Straight

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