Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus
10 Stone
Begonia
Boniface
Dauphin's Countryfest Inc.
Del Barber
Dirty Catfish Brass Band
Don Amero
iskwé
JP Hoe
Kelly Bado
Leonard Sumner
Lyric Theatre
Marc Clement
Mariachi Ghost
Red Moon Road
Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus
Steve Kirby
Sweet Alibi
TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival (Jazz Winnipeg Inc.)
The Cube
The Noble Thiefs
West End Cultural Centre
Whoop & Hollar Folk Festival
Winnipeg Folk Festival
Yes We Mystic

Manitoba Music and APTN team up for Aboriginal Day Live mentor sessions and showcase. – Nation Talk

Local punk musicians go acoustic for one night only. – Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg punk rockers unplug at the West End Cultural Centre. – Metro News

Rory Verbrugge & The Ruckus debut their first slbum at the West End Cultural Centre. – Global News

The Noble Thiefs announce U.S. tour dates. – Confront Magazine

The Noble Thiefs kicks things off at The Cube for Jazz Fest. – Global News

Catch acts like The Noble Thiefs and The Mariachi Ghost at The Cube for Jazz Fest. – Huffington Post

TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival kicks off this weekend. – Winnipeg Free Press

Steve Kirby will be telling a story through music at this year’s Winnipeg Jazz Festival. – Global News

Local acts Begonia, Micah Visser, The Mariachi Ghost, and more play Jazz Fest. – Beatroute

Free dance party for TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival attendees. – Global News

Will Bonness cements his place in Canada's jazz scene. – Winnipeg Free Press

Don’t miss a note at this year’s Winnipeg Folk Festival. – The Province

What to except in An Evening With Orlando Gloom. – Stylus Magazine

Yes We Mystic brings its irrefutably honest music to Edmonton. – Red Deer Express

Marc Clement and 10 Stone to play Dauphin’s Countryfest. – 730 CKDM

Sweet Alibi sounds like soul on the sleeve. – A Journal Of Musical Things

The Mariachi Ghost brings dramatic soundscapes to Edmonton’s Interstellar Rodeo. – Edmonton Journal

Time to Whoop and Hollar again. – Winnipeg Free Press

St. Boniface concert series features Leonard Sumner, Del Barber, Red Moon Road, and more. – Winnipeg Sun

Free concert counts down to 2017 Canada Summer Games with JP Hoe, Kelly Bado, and more. – ChrisD.ca

Don Amero, Iskwé, and more will perform at Fort York's Indigenous Arts Festival. – Can India

Get the scoop on the festival circuit. – Brandon Sun

Dirty Catfish Brass Band's Todd Martin and Don Amero join the WSO. – CBC News

Free summer concerts coming to Transcona Centennial Square. – ChrisD.ca

What to expect at Assiniboine Park’s Lyric Theatre this summer. – CTV News

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