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November 2005
Connecting the Dots


Talking Bands

by Lindsay Arsenault

.Chara. members are not strangers to the PEI music scene. Although they have only been together since October of ’04, Adam Stanley (bass), Alex Douglas (vocals), Jacob MacEachern (guitar), Kyle Gallagher (guitar) and Mark Duffy (drums) have been involved in the scene in one way or another. The birth of .chara. began with the boys jamming frequently. Now they bring a

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October 2005
Double Ought Buckshot

Double Ought Buckshot


Talking Bands

by Lindsay Arsenault

For the past two years, Dan Currie (guitar and vocals), Nick Currie (guitar and vocals), Craig MacPherson ( bass guitar) and Roger Carter (drums) have been merging their talents in the “straight out rock” band Double Ought Buckshot. They are influenced by many different types of music including ’70s rock & roll, hardcore rock, country and alternative rock. They

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August 2005
Midnight Auto Supply


Talking Bands
by Lyndsay Arsenault

By definition, “dynamic” means “of or relating to variation of intensity, as in musical sound.” Rock n roll however, is a form of music arising from and incorporating a variety of musical styles, such as rhythm and blues, country and gospel. Nicholas Tetar (vocals and guitar), Nic Bakker (bass), Thomas Mears (guitar) and Miles Kinney have found a way to unite the two mea

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July 2005
Birmingham

Talking Bands
by Lyndsay Arsenault

What do you get when you combine a hairstylist, two call-center agents and a high school student? Birmingham.

To many, they are the new local heros, after the break up of Dreams Among Stars. All four of the band members have experience working with other bands, and have grown into creating the new, fresh, mature sound of Birmingham. Corey Doucette (vocals and guitar),

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Five Decades

Canadian art from the Centre’s permanent collection until end of 2014
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Mi’kmaq Art at Greenwich

Parks Canada features Ni’n na L’nu: The Mi’kmaq of PEI until Sept 14
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Heritage River Festival

Aug 29–31
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Chris Hadfield at Confed Centre “Good morning, Earth!” That is how Canadian icon Colonel Chris ...

Shedding the Shadows

An open call to photographers and writers PEI Family Violence Prevention Services (PEI FVPS) has ...

Piano at the Bar

Mike Stratton entertains the patrons of Sim’s Wine Bar The longtime tradition of “lounge pianis ...

50th Reunion

Confederation Centre welcomes alumni in September Amidst the backdrop of the 2014 celebrations and ...