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Pictou County well represented on Nova Scotia Music Award nominee list

Published: Sep 14 at 4:39 p.m.


Some Pictou County residents and venues have made the list of Nova Scotia Music Award nominees released this week.

The Stanfields have both been nominated for three awards while Alert the Medic has been nominated for rock recording of the year. Both bands have Pictou County connections.

The Commune was nominated for venue of the year and the Merigomish Schoolhouse Community Centre was nominated for community presenter of the year.

Stellarton native Zack Glenen has been nominated for volunteer of the year.

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Dekker Centre season promises variety

Josh Greschner, Staff Reporter / Battlefords News-Optimist

SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 09:46 AM

Tickets are available for a new Dekker Centre season, and like every year it promises to bring variety to the Battlefords. The Claire Lynch Band is the first act in the main stage season, whom Dekker Centre General Manager Kali Weber calls a “seasoned musician and an excellent person to kick off the season with.” Lynch has sung backup and duets with Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Patty Loveless, and the Claire Lynch Band is known for its bluegrass music.

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Bruce Guthro Songwriters’ Circle coming to P.E.I.

Published: Aug 31 at 9:21 a.m.

Matt Minglewood, Heather Rankin, Dylan Menzie special guest at Nov. 3 show

Bruce Guthro Songwriters’ Circle, an event jam-packed with Maritime legends and hot new P.E.I. acts, is coming to Charlottetown for a series of shows throughout 2018-2019.

The first of four committed shows will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, 8 p.m., at the Delta Prince Edward. That night Guthro’s guests will be Matt Minglewood,

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Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo: Talent comes from every corner of globe

Published: Jun 26 at 8:03 a.m.

The Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo enters its middle age in a big way this week, celebrating its 40th anniversary with one of its splashiest shows yet.

Running from now until July 2 at Scotiabank Centre, the annual pageant of pomp and circumstance Monday afternoon held a sneak preview of a handful of the dozens of acts taking part, with a mix of military musical precision, graceful dance, impressive acrobatics, and rock and roll South Pacific-style on the ukulele.

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