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MacMaster & Leahy Tour A Celtic Family Christmas

JUNO Award-winning fiddle virtuosos Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy are hitting the road again to bring back their successful concert series A Celtic Family Christmas. The intimate and unique show will see the duo perform with their incredibly talented children, playing holiday favourites that are fun for the whole family. Look & WATCH the whole family in action...

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  • MacMaster & Leahy Tour A Celtic Family Christmas

    JUNO Award-winning fiddle virtuosos Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy are hitting the road again to bring back their successful concert series A Celtic Family Christmas. The intimate and unique show will see the duo perform with their incredibly talented children, playing holiday favourites that are fun for the whole family. Look & WATCH the whole family in action...

  • JIMMY RANKIN’s Moving East

    Now this is big news. One of the true originals in Canadian music has moved from Nashville to Nova Scotia, and is celebrating with music only he could make. Jimmy Rankin's new Moving East (out September 28, True North Records) is pure East Coast, a homecoming album featuring true stories, tall tales and bittersweet ballads, and the classic folk-rock sound that Rankin helped pioneer.

  • Your 2018 MusicNL Nominees

    Every year in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador hold the provincial music industry association holds their annual conference and festival.
    It's a week-long series of educational sessions, showcase performances and networking events culminating in the annual awards show.
    MusicNL Week 2018 will take place in Twillingate, NL, from October 10-14, 2018.
    Ladies and gentleman your 2018 MusicNL nominees are....

  • The Song and the Sorrow to Screen at FIN

    Two remarkable songwriters linked by blood, music—and a painful legacy. PEI filmmaker Millefiore Clarkes shares the story as Juno-award-winning musician Catherine MacLellan steps onto the stage, guitar in hand. It’s taken a long time—decades—but she is finally ready to sing her father’s songs. It's it's a moving tribute

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JIMMY RANKIN’s Moving East

Now this is big news. One of the true originals in Canadian music has moved from Nashville to Nova Scotia, and is celebrating with music only he could make. Jimmy Rankin's new Moving East (out September 28, True North Records) is pure East Coast, a homecoming album featuring true stories, tall tales and bittersweet ballads, and the classic folk-rock sound that Rankin helped pioneer.