Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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This year's Uniter Fivers = The Middle Coast, Deep Dark Cave, Adam Hanney & Co., Ashley Bienierz, and Fox Lake. - The Uniter

The 2015 Uniter Fiver finalist: Where are they now? - The Uniter

Roger Roger finds its niche in full-time folk artistry. - Winnipeg Free Press + FREE Download

Roger Roger is a mix of folk and rock. - The Projector

Hear the legend of a reclusive trapper at Roger Roger's album release. - Metro News

Ghost Twin launches new video for “Here We Are In The Night”. - Exclaim

Teleharmonium captivates many musical palates. - Prog Critique

Times Change(d) celebrates culture, not condos. - Winnipeg Free Press

Well Sister is wistful and whimsical in new video. - Exclaim

Panicland uses social media to build its career. - The Music Express

Austin Boultin is helping people of all ages have access to live music. - The Uniter

Mama Cutsworth’s Family Dance Party is one of the top things to do this weekend. - CBC News

William Prince is a force to be reckoned with. - The Manitoban

Don Amero sings a song of reconciliation. - CBC Radio

The Small Glories releases debut album. - Confront

The Small Glories play the WECC March 5. - 730CKDM

The Knndy brings new nightlife to downtown Winnipeg. - The Manitoban

The Knndy Pub, Joe Black Coffee and Sam’s Place managers discuss relationship between musicians and venues. - The Uniter

Al Simmons plays in Guelph this weekend. - CBC News

Living Hour "breezes through the lowering clouds". - Tasty Fanzine

JD and the Sunshine Band get ready to produce second album. - Metro News

Federal Lights release tour dates and new live video. - Confront

Federal Lights produces captivating follow-up album. - The Manitoban

Fred Penner reflects on the growth of his career and his fans. - Vue Weekly

Sweet Alibi and others set to play at benefit concert for Syrian Refugees. - MyToba

Winnipeg’s youth show off rap and dance moves on West End Cultural Centre’s stage. - CBC News

Festival Du Voyageur announces programming for 47th festival. - Global News

Del Barber, The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer along with many others to perform at Festival Du Voyageur. - CBC News

Festival Du Voyageur to host the largest music lineup in the event’s history. - CTV News

More than 140 musical acts to take part in Festival Du Voyageur. - Winnipeg Sun

Festival Du Voyageur to feature singles and karaoke night, more performers. - Metro

Festival Du Voyageur hosts impressive lineup. - Nation Talk

Festival’s Julien Desaulniers highlights this year’s entertainment. - Global News

John K. SamsonMise En SceneJess ReimerScott Nolan, DJ Co-Op honour Lake Winnipeg folk singer. - Winnipeg Free Press

Local musicians honour Interlake folk legend. - The Manitoban

Chris Messytone bring sThe Hot Blizzard to Portage this weekend. - Portage Online

Chic Gamine heads to Detroit. - Broadway World

Traverse City gets ready to host Chic Gamine. - My North

The Bros. Landreth make the “Best Backstage Stories”. - Apt. 613

The Bros. Landreth and Doc Walker set to play fundraiser in Grande Prairie. - Big Country XX

The William Glesby Centre will be burning bright over the next few weeks. - Portage Dailygraphic

The Duhks make appearance in London for first time in 12 years. - The Guardian

The Duhks play their first UK show. - Londonist

Signal Boost In The News Well Sister Mama Cutsworth Uniter Fiver The Middle Coast Deep Dark Cave Adam Hanney Adam Hanney & Co. Ashley Bienierz Fox Lake Don Amero Roger Roger New Music Festival The Small Glories The Knndy Joe Black Coffee Sam's Place The Duhks The William Glesby Centre Al Simmons Ghost Twin Teleharmonium Federal Lights John K. Samson Mise En Scene Jess Reimer Scott Nolan William Prince Sweet Alibi Chris Messytone WECC Living Hour Times Changed Festival Du Voyageur Del Barber JD and the Sunshine Band Chic Gamine The Bros. Landreth Doc Walker Fred Penner

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