Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Al Simmons and Fred Penner
Al Simmons
Chuck Copenace
Fred Penner
Head In The Sand
Jacques Jake Chenier
Living Hour
Oh My Darling
Red Moon Road
Royal Canoe
Ruth Moody
Steve Bell
Sweet Alibi
TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival (Jazz Winnipeg Inc.)
The Crooked Brothers

Last weekend's SpaceLand brought life to a vacant lot. – CTV News

Manitoban musicians will shine at this year’s Canada Day celebrations at The Forks. – Chris D

Manitoba Live heats up Canada Day at The Forks. – Nation Talk

Robb Nash honours kids who turned away from suicide. – Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg musician, Robb Nash, gets tattooed in the name of mental health. – CTV News

Trampoline releases its debut EP, Sometimes a Song is Just a Cigar. – Shaw TV + Song of the Week

Get ready for TD International Jazz Winnipeg Festival with Chuck Copenace. – Shaw TV

Canadians still sing about sandwiches thanks to Fred Penner. – BuzzFeed

Fred Penner and Al Simmons kick off Kidsfest. – Winnipeg Sun

You find Al SimmonsFred Penner and more at this year’s Kidsfest. – Global News

Fred Penner gets kids rockin’ on stage at Kidfest. – CBC News

Al Simmons takes Kidsfest into the after hours. – Shaw TV

Sweet Alibi releases video for “Middle Ground” and tour dates. – Canadian Beats

Oh My Darling's Allison de Groot joins Grammy nominee in new project. – Auburn Pub

The Crooked Brothers join Bella Coola line-up. – Coast Mountain News

Royal Canoe gears up for new LP. – Confront Magazine

Royal Canoe returns with Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit. – Winnipeg Free Press

Red Moon Road performs “Breathing Slow”. – Shaw TV

Propagandhi tells its story... in Spanish. – Vice

Living Hour is hunkered down in dream pop. – Under the Radar

Ruth Moody plays a few songs off her new album These Wilder Things. – KLCC

Steve Bell’s future looks bright. – Ottawa Life

Loft interview with Harlequin’s George Belanger. – Shaw TV

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