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May 2009
Racoon Bandit
Racoon Bandit

Talking Bands
by Laura Yorke

When Fraser McCallum asked Pat Deighan if his new band could open for the Orb Weavers, he wasn’t expecting a gig so soon. But Deighan’s response was, “How about next Friday?” and asked McCallum to send him a band name as soon as he could. And just like that, Racoon Bandit began their journey.

The band formed in the early winter of 2008. They have been busy recording and

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April 2009
The Constables

The Constables


Talking Bands
by Laura Yorke

Sometimes it’s refreshing to take a break from the stereotypical rock and roll sound dominating radio stations everywhere. The Constables offer that breath of fresh air. Their upbeat lyrics and heavily acoustic sound stands out in a sea of Nickelback wannabees.

Lead singer Ethan Fenton played solo for many years, but has now found his niche with fellow bandmates Mitchell

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March 2009
Uigg

Uigg


Talking Bands

by Laura Yorke

In a world where parents are blaming heavy metal music for their child’s anger issues, one band is out there proving them wrong.

Uigg have played many shows around the Maritimes and have seen the reaction young kids have to their music. “Anyone who thinks metal is angry is a fool. It’s the most therapeutic thing in the world,” said Dani Dowling, lead singer for the band.

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February 2009
String Theory

Talking Bands
by Laura Yorke

From performing at open mic nights, jamming in a basement and playing real gigs, String Theory has grown to become a solid act. Formed in August of 2008, they played their first show at The Guild in Charlottetown and after that they had a show almost every week for three months.

Jamie Crawford, Nathan Gill, Josh Simon, Simon Joseph and Mike Carver gather in Carver’s basement t

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Five Decades

Canadian art from the Centre’s permanent collection until end of 2014
Confed Centre Art Gallery A ...

Obvious Child

Aug 22–26
City Cinema 14A, coarse language, sexual content
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Arts in Motion Festival

until Aug 8
Summerside The Arts in Motion Festival returns to downtown Water Street in Summerside. F ...

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Anne & Gilbert Proud of its Young Company

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Brick Clay

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Abigail in the Land of Green Gables

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Piano at the Bar

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The Old Stock

Scott Parsons Internationally known Island musician/songwriter Scott Parsons is launching his 4th a ...