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

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Del Barber part of new NAC Presents lineup. - Ottawa Sun

New "insanely addictive" music from The Lytics. - Toronto Star

Don Amero has is heart on his sleeve. - BlogTalkRadio

Departures are going places. - Uptown

Uptown to be distributed as part of Winnipeg Free Press. - Winnipeg Free Press

Sweet Alibi is capturing hearts. - Caledon Citizen

Ruth Moody "provides lovingly aching backup singing" on Mark Knoflers' new album. - Columbia Daily Tribune

Royal Canoe really wants you to show them your eyes. - Spinner

Artists in Healthcare looks for your support. - Winnipeg Free Press

Are The Lytics the new Google Street View? - CBC Scene

Red Moon Road play BT Winnipeg. - Citytv

The Noble Thiefs and Mise En Scene hit an Artery. - Gig City

Cannon Bros.' can't miss campus show. - Macleans On Campus

Entrevue avec Guy Abraham. - La Liberté

The F-Holes have no time for a day job. - The Manitoban

They Say delivers the goods. - The Uniter

Did we mention Royal  Canoe's new eyes? - Plug In Music

Manitoba musicians fill hospitals with music. - CBC Scene

Departures' labour of post-rock love. - The Uniter

The Bronze Branch plays BT Winnipeg live. - Citytv

Five things you might not know about Propagandhi. - Exclaim!

John K. Samson's images of ennui. - BlogTO

Jon-C on moving past negative images. - CBC Music

The boots and tours of Mise En Scene. - The Uniter

Manitoba Music heads to Toronto. - Snob's Music

WSO Indigenous Festival aims to combine cultures. - CBC Scene

Del Barber to play beer fest. - Community Press

After 26 years, Propagandhi still brings it. - The Link

Cara Luft to play Canadian Folk Music Awards gala. - The Ottawa Citizen

Matt Epp talks music, spirituality, and humanity. - The Independent

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