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Newport Folk Festival 2018 – Day 1 (photo essay)

A photo essay from Newport Folk Festival 2018 – Day 1. This is just one of four parts. The other articles highlighting the wonder of the festival include: Things We Loved at Newport Folk Festival 2018 Day 2 photo essay Day 3 photo essay Photos by: Darren Boucher, Dina MacLeod, and Adam Shanker MORE PHOTOS IN SLIDER

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Weekend Showcase 4.12

Weekend Showcase 4.12

With Easter long weekend, the Weekend Showcase 4.12 edition is a day early so you can enjoy the music while hiding eggs or finding them. The mega-playlist features 45 songs from artists representing 16 countries, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Northern Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, the United States, and Wales. The playlist and […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 March 28th

Melodic Tonic ’18 March 28th

The six new music cocktails on the Melodic Tonic ’18 March 28th edition are potent. From indie blues to scorching rock and psychedelic dream pop, there is plenty of diversity to sample, starting with an award-winning American duo. Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite – “The Bottle Wins Again” (Los Angeles & Memphis, USA) RIYL: Ben Harper, Charlie Musselwhite, John Lee […]

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Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th

Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th

The sonic cocktails on the Melodic Tonic ’18 January 24th edition are a diverse offering. From blues and funk to electronic dream pop and psych rock, these six songs bring you a rollercoaster ride’s worth of emotions. Let’s kick things off with a powerful blues collaboration from two American legends.   Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite – “No Mercy in […]

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The Black Leaders – “Take It Easy”

The Black Leaders – “Take It Easy”

Rock and Roll may be a universal language, but there is a distinctly French flavour to The Black Leaders. Formed in Rennes in 2014, the band released their first album My Best Friend in 2015. Their follow-up, Take It Easy, reflects a journey between France and the UK with vocalist Marie Guyottot delivering tones of a chanteuse against raw rock […]

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