Ed Sheeran hits Edmonton right in the feels

Ed Sheeran hits Edmonton right in the feels

Ed Sheeran is a force to be reckoned with. Opener, James Blunt, referred to him as the biggest male artist in the world which…

Interstellar Rodeo a civilized festival

Interstellar Rodeo a civilized festival

There were no complaints…

REVIEW: Bob Dylan blowin’ in the wind

REVIEW: Bob Dylan blowin’ in the wind

Aside from the cool…

MUSIC PREVIEW: 3 festival hacks you must try

MUSIC PREVIEW: 3 festival hacks you must try

1. Stay hydrated. Don’t…

INTERVIEW: Suzanne Vega in the alternative heart

INTERVIEW: Suzanne Vega in the alternative heart

The name of Suzanne…

Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows meet in the middle
MUSIC PREVIEW: A different kind of ’90s love
Duran Duran wows Edmonton moms
MUSIC PREVIEW: Seven to rule them all
Adam Lambert gives new life to Queen
MUSIC PREVIEW: Canada Day with Sarah

MUSIC PREVIEW: Canada Day with Sarah

As far back as high school, Sarah McLachlan’s yearbook predicted she was destined to become a rock star – and that’s exactly how her life played out. Her pair of albums from the 1990’s, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy and Surfacing, remain…

REVIEW: Shakespeare comedy goes disco

REVIEW: Shakespeare comedy goes disco

The Merry Wives of Windsor, one of two Shakespearian plays featured this summer by Edmonton’s Freewill Shakespeare Festival, was a commissioned work – by a patron no less than Queen Elizabeth I. Her Majesty loved the portly, sack-quaffing knight that…

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