This week, Emma joins me to celebrate the summer, from the free outdoor concerts to the festivals to the return of the Thursday night market.
This week, Emma joins me in enthusiastically looking forward to the upcoming Living Roots Music Festival, as well as looking back on the Too Blue For You show.
This week, Emma reminisces about the recent EMCAs in Charlottetown, and looks forward to Steve Poltz and the Harvest festival in the fall.
This week, Emma looks forward to the ECMAs and the recently-announced guests at Harvest Jazz and Blues this fall.
This week, Emma reminisces on recent shows, including Colin James, Buffie St Marie, Quote The Raven and Josh Bravener, and we gaze forward at the Symphony New Brunswick show (where they interpret ABBA), The Stampeders, Colin Fowlie’s album release, and more.
This week, Emma tells us about the one-man show Steve Hill and I reminisce about the Wangled Tep EP release last Friday (with Goldpunks and DenMother). We also highlight shows coming up, including a tribute to the Beatles, shows by Joyful Talk, The Walking Contradictions, and more!
This week, Emma braves her cold to reminisce about Danny Michel, the International Women’s Day music gathering at Charlotte St Arts Centre, and the Women of the 90s tribute show — and look forward to the upcoming Steve Hill and Adam Baldwin shows.
This week, Emma joins us to reflect on recent experiences at The Tipsy Muse Café and the Playhouse, and to look forward to upcoming shows at The Capital Complex, Dolan’s Pub and elsewhere.
This week, Emma joins me to reminisce about the biggest Frostival weekend: The Shivering Songs Festival. We also look into upcoming shows, including Music Runs Through It presents: Dave Gunning & JP Cormier.
This week, Emma joins me to talk excitedly about the Shivering Songs festival.
This week, Emma joins me to talk about some of the exciting shows coming up in the wintery season.
This week, Emma joins me to catch up on the recent and upcoming shows in her Up Close and Personal music series, and we both look the very busy holiday music season.
Emma Chevarie (Music Runs Through It) checks in to catch us up on the last month of music, and some of the shows we can look forward to in the next month.
Emma Chevarie & Roger Jean join me to reminisce about the recent Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival.
Emma shares her reflections on the summer and looking forward to the fall.
Emma joins me to talk about the upcoming Port Cities and Pat Maloney, and reacts to my strange idea of the “drive-in concert”.
Emma joins me to talk about Officer’s Square performances on Canada Day as well her recent and upcoming Dolan’s and Corked Wine bar shows.
Emma joins me to recount the recent live shows (such as Hometown Heroes) and gaze forward to another pair of busy musical weeks.
Emma shares her recent musical experiences (including the new Jazz Night at Dolan’s) and talks about her upcoming shows (Christina Martin and Up Close & Personal with Meaghan Blanchard).
Emma joins me to talk about the recent ECMAs in Halifax.
We reflect on the debut of The Capital Project and performances from Flourish Fest on the weekend.
Emma shares her experiences at shows over the last two weeks, and her anticipation of Flourish Fest this weekend.
This week, Emma and Mark talk about the growing interconnectedness of the music scene in the Maritimes, as well as cast an eye forward at the upcoming Brent Mason show in the new venue, York County Cider.
Emma Chevarie joins me to reminisce about some of the great shows she’s enjoyed over the last fortnight, as well as look forward to Brent Mason at York County Cider.
This week, Emma tells us about upcoming shows with Alexis P Suter, Brent Mason, Mike Biggar and shows featuring the music of legends like Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan.