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September 1996
Playing Together
Playing Together
Profile: 
Melanie Chaisson & Paul MacDonald

by Beth Johnston

"Can you take the picture from the waist up?" Melanie asks, bouncing in to the Arts Guild before her Saturday night show. "I'm wearing his shorts."

You can tell these two musicians are more than colleagues. Melanie Chaisson and Paul MacDonald are just wrapping up their first season in David Weale's A Long Way From the Road. The two

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May 1996
Musician's Progress

Musician's Progress

Profile: Chris Corrigan

by Beth Johnston

A tape recorder and a guitar are two things Chris Corrigan has never been without. The soft-spoken Island musician has been listening to, playing and recording music for as long as he can remember.

"My earliest memory was the hype the Beatles created," he says. "My Dad played the guitar and I just got into it."

Corrigan grew up in the Edmonton suburbs with

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70-day free festival until Sept 7
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Billy Bragg

Sept 24
PEI Brewing Company Grammy-nominated Billy Bragg brings his mix of music and politics to Cha ...

Here Today

Exhibition of new works by Brian Burke Aug 13–24 (opening Aug 13)
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Some of What's New

Paint the Shed

Kensington Art Gallery artists have been busy this winter working on the Celebration 2014 prog ...

Piano at the Bar

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

Poco’s Pledge

In response to a growing incident of animal abandonment cases, the PEI Humane Society has launched � ...

Love Is All Around

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Deirdre Kessler
Art by Brenda Jones Award-winning children’s author Deirdre Kessler has set her la ...