Signal Boost: Manitoba Music News Roundup

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Cross-border exchange improves musical relationships. – Winnipeg Free Press

Manitobans, Minnesotans share stage through musical exchange. – Yahoo News

Minnesota meets Manitoba at the 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis. – The Current

Leonard Podolak gives us a taste of what’s to come in his first solo set. – Global News

Kayla Luky and Ryan Keown took home awards at the Manitoba Country Music Awards. – 730 CKDM

Ryan Keown takes home the Fan’s Choice of the Year Award. – My Toba

Royal Canoe dance away the blues in new video “Walk Out On The Water”. – Noisey

Royal Canoe, Tom Keenan to debut Shakespearean rock show. – Metro News

Red Moon Road carries a special mix of music and storytelling across the UK. – Berwick Advertiser

The Crooked Brothers harbor an honour for the lows in life just as much as the highs. – Dichtbij

The Crooked Brothers bring their grit to The Netherlands. – De Posthoorn

Jaylene Johnson discusses her new album Clay & Potter. – CJOB

Take a peek at some photos of Living Hour’s live performance. – Impose Magazine

Winnipeg’s 2oolman of A Tribe Called Red discusses Native American political protests. – Thump
 
A Tribe Called Red goes global. – Straight
 
Dust Rhinos bring their butt kickin’ Celtic rock to Carman. – Pembina Today
 
Yes We Mystic celebrates five year anniversary. – The Uniter
 
Mahogany Frog and Odd Outfit give the listeners what they want. – Listening To Winnipeg
 
Sierra Noble gets a lift from a fan. – Brandon Sun
 
Manitoban finds Sierra Noble stranded on Highway 16, fandom ensues. – CBC News
 
John K. Samson discusses the relevance of Neil Young’s “On The Beach”. – Deutschland Radio Kultuz
 
John K. Samson takes stock of modern Canada on Winter Wheat. – CBC Radio
 
12 legendary bars every Winnipegger needs to go to. – Narcity
 
Great holiday music is coming soon. – Winnipeg Free Press
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