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North Shore Community Conversation

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Periscope Pictures Film Auditions

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Macphail Woods Workshops

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Bedeque Area Historical Society AGM

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Shedding the Shadows

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February 2004
Feb—2004

La Scène de la Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

Things were starting to look grim this winter. Local show promoters found out that most doors to community centers and halls were shut to them when looking for venues for all ages concerts. A few months ago I called potential venues to get information on cost and availability for shows, but it seemed whenever I mentioned the words “all ages” I was told to find som

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August 2003
Aug—2003
Aug—2003

La Scène de la Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

So there are all sorts of shows coming up this month, but instead of putting up a bunch of pictures of bands you've probably heard of, I'm going to use this space to show you kind folks some pics of bands I vaguely remember seeing at the 18th Annual PEI Bluegrass & Oldtime Music Festival. There's a fella dancing from the group Higher Vision (top right).

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July 2003
July—2003

La Scène de La Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

So the House of Rock is dead and buried and Greg Boone has left Charlottetown after successfully completing his goal of reviving the local music scene. Now what? Now we relax and calmly enjoy the warm weather, and the new menu item at Formosa House.
BUT WAIT A MINUTE FATBOY! Did you not realize that this is the season to shove new music in your earhole??? Well

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March 2003
Mar—2003
Mar—2003
Sandwich tasting at the ECMAs

A la Scène de la Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

Music journalists suck. They lack the creativity and imagination of musicians. Luckily for music journalists in Atlantic Canada, the East Coast Music Awards presents them with a wide assortment of uncreative and unimaginative bands to write about. After spending fifteen minutes listening to media from throughout the region ask

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December 2002
Dec—2002

La Scène de la Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

Wet Dream

You may be asking yourself, "What have those poster boys for emo, Dreams Among Stars been up to lately?" Well, let me fill you in. The group has been working hard with a new album recorded by Sean MacGilvary of The Burdocks, and their first tour. The band's emo sound has slowly grown into a dramatic trance rock experience with keyboards and a guitar

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November 2002
Nov—2002

La Scène de la Scène
by Stephan MacLeod

Where Is John's Mandolin

Amidst the drunkeness and revelry at a Tuesday's performance last month in Summerside, a mandolin vanished without a trace and was never to be heard again. The missing mandolin has caused much heartache for Charlottetown's answer to The Riders in the Sky, so the band is putting on a fundraiser at Brennan's on Friday November 15 to buy

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October 2002
The New Rudes
Focus: The Rude Mechanicals

by Stephan McLeod

When The Rude Mechanicals left Charlottetown to play bigger stages in Toronto, they also left behind their reputation as the wacky local party band and started building a new band from scratch. The Rudes returned to Charlottetown at the end of this summer playing songs that many of their fans has never heard before. But the band is not concerned with whether

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October 2002
Oct—2002

La Scéne de la Scéne
by Stephan MacLeod

Port Citizen's Last Waltz

The number one band in Charlottetown is calling it quits on the first weekend of November at Melon's. Brodie, Pete and Jon have been building a loyal following of fans with their blend of reggae-influenced jams and speedy hard rock songs. Lead singer and guitar player, Brodie Read is leaving Prince Edward Island after finishing a semester

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September 2002
Sept—2002

La Scéne de la Scéne
by Stephan MacLeod

Last Music Fest of the Summer

You can Dream Among Stars and watch the band of the same name at the Cymbria Music Festival

The Cymbria Campground in South Rustico is hosting a three day music festival to cap off the summer with over a diverse selection of over twenty-five bands. With the purchase of a $35 weekend pass, you get to camp out while you rock out to

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August 2002
Aug—2002

La Scéne de la Scéne
by Stephan MacLeod

The Coast

The second annual Close To the Coast music festival will be hitting Baba's Lounge this Labour Day Weekend. The four day event will showcase the best of local and Maritime independent music from August 28-31. This year's show will bring back a few familiar faces from last year like Slowcoaster, Rock Ranger, Neusieland, The Rude Mechanicals, Port Citizen,

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July 2002
July—2002

La Scéne de la Scéne
by Stephan MacLeod

For ten days I was held captive by various Island bands as they took their shows on the road and invaded Toronto the week of North By North East (NXNE). The following is a collection of antecdotes and observations made during the journey.

The Show Must Go On

It was barely two days into Port Citizen's Eastern Canadian tour when lead singer Brodie Read came down

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June 2002
June—2002

La Scéne de la Scéne
by Stephan MacLeod

Port Citizen and The Rude Mechanicals rubbed sweaty shoulders with funk and ska legends Fishbone in Moncton during The Rudes' Flipping Through the East tour. The two Charlottetown bands were playing in The Paramount the same night that Fishbone and Canadian punk icons, D.O.A. were playing at Oxygen, a larger venue located in the same building as The Paramount.

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