What a difference a year makes. In the time spent since The Herald last clocked in with adolescent blues maestros Earle and Coffin, the duo have successfully released an acclaimed live album, banked their first ever Canadian Folk Music Award and uncorked their debut studio effort Wood Wire Blood &
Three distinct yet collective voices, B.C.’s Lion Bear Fox make their Newfoundland debut ahead of their awaited debut LP. Ryan ‘Fox’ McMahon catches up with The Herald for our latest Q&A.
Q: You guys will be hitting Newfoundland at length this February. I know you’ve played on the east coast
“All that glitters is not gold,” is an eerily apt adage for this woefully underwhelming tale of greed and desperation.
In accessing my thoughts on the based-on-a-somewhat-true, inspired-by-shady-happenings drama, I couldn’t help but pause for thought at the hefty gorge Matthew McConaughey has carved out between his current acting
Multi-versed jazz singer Heather Bambrick uncorks another vintage work with her highly anticipated album You’ll Never Know.
The opening line in Heather Bambrick’s official website bio sums up the career of the transplanted Newfoundland jazz powerhouse quite magnificently. “Heather Bambrick has been wearing many hats for many years –
Rising at a rapid rate, indie rockers India thrill on their anticipated self-titled debut, answering the noticeable amount of hype they have built since their inception.
The name India has been whispered in corners of downtown St. John’s this past year, and no, we’re not referring to the beer.
Singer-songwriter Ian Foster is set to present his sophomore short film Keystone at this year’s Nickel Independent Film Festival
Ian Foster told The Herald in a recent interview that he’s worn a different amount of hats in his artistic career in Newfoundland and Labrador. Quite so.
Foster is a notable
Chart topping Canadian fan favourites return to Newfoundland and Labrador to headline the 30th anniversary of Lewisporte’s Mussel Bed Soiree. Founding member Sébastien Lefebvre took time out of the band’s busy touring schedule to chat with The Herald, touching on NL memories, the bands fifth studio album and advice for aspiring musicians.
One of the most gifted singer-songwriters of a generation, James Taylor brings his intimate and emotional performance to Mile One Centre in St. John’s this May.
James Taylor is often credited with the emergence of the American singer-songwriter. A lofty but well deserved claim indeed. His slew of finely crafted
Maybe you’ve heard of Camille and Kennerly Kitt, better known by their stage name ‘The Harp Twins.’ The fitting title comes from the girls’ love of the harp instrument as well as their most-obvious distinction of being identical twins.
The girls have risen to viral internet and worldwide status after
Canadian icons Blue Rodeo return to St. John’s at Mile One Centre on February 27th. Founding member Bazil Donovan caught up with The Herald for a in-depth look in the history of one of the nation’s most celebrated rock groups.
When one thinks of Canadian rock legends, there are a