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

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This Hisses, Imaginary Cities, The Lytics, The Mag 7s on the list of most promising bands. - Metro News

Les Jupes are an awfully interesting bunch. - The Silver Tongue

So what's up, Greg MacPherson? - Planet S

Indian City's live show "awesome at the WECC. - The Manitoban

Fire & Smoke souffle sur Granby. - l'Avenir et des Rivières

Jerry Sereda tops the National Aboriginal Music Countdown. - NAMC

Local musicians record song to help K.I.D.S. - Winnipeg Free Press

Coming next month: The Lytics' sophomore album. - The Manitoban 

The Park Theatre turns seven. - Uptown

BreakOut West heads to Regina. - Sound Salvation Army

Del Barber takes #6 on the CKUW charts. - Winnipeg Free Press

Keith and Renee get cosy by candlelight. - The Star Phoenix

Jostine? Chriohn? Samlows? Fellamson? - Winnipeg Free Press

Speaking of JKS, he helps usher in a new age for Ottawa Folk Fest. - Ottawa Spectator

Goodbye for now, Lo Pub. - The Uniter

James Struthers to open for Meaghan Smith at the WECC. - Winnipeg Free Press

Tanya Tagaq to play Aboriginal Music Week festivities. - CBC Scene

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