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August 2014
On the Way Up
On the Way Up
Profile: Colin Buchanan

by Jane Ledwell

Sometimes people want stories like a warm cup of tea—and that is powerful in the right dosage,” says musician Colin Buchanan, who is now a newly minted theatre co-writer and director with the production of Story at The Guild. He adds a “however…”: “Storytelling is often a lament for the past, or we’ve looked at the past with rose-coloured glasses… We wanted something with

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August 2014
Listening to Sisters
Listening to Sisters

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

This month I’d like to talk about a couple of things. Number one is a new CD released recently and number two is a bluegrass festival being held later on in August.

First let’s talk about The MacDonald Sisters who have just released a new CD called The Journey. The CD is made up of twelve songs all written by Marie, the first song being written when she was fifteen years o

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July 2014
Shake and Howdy
Shake and Howdy

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

This month I want to talk about a couple of Bluegrass festivals happening on the Island in July.

First of all the PEI Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival is happening on July 4, 5 and 6 at the festival grounds in Rollo Bay. This year’s festival features Audie Blaylock and Redline from Indiana, Shannon Slaughter and County Clare from Alabama, and Art Stevenson and High W

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July 2014
Sunday Morning

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

The Emeralds are belting out a tune at the Trailside’s gospel brunch. They are finding things in this song even the writer didn’t imagine. The audience is rapt; we shiver a little. A pretty waitress offers eggs, the cook steps out of the kitchen for a minute to savour the music.

Whatever you seek on Sunday morning, be it respite, be it redemption, you’ll find it here. I

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June 2014
Working in Concerts
Working in Concerts
Profile: Andrea Ellis

by Jane Ledwell

When Andrea Ellis was a child, she didn’t tell her parents she wanted to be a firefighter or an astronaut. She said, “I want to work in concerts.”

She laughs, “I guess as a child I was always keen on music, and I was interested in concerts… The whole experience intrigued me, but I’m not sure what I imagined was entailed!” Whatever it entailed, the accomplished and foc

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June 2014
Bluegrass and Old Time
Bluegrass and Old Time

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

It’s bluegrass festival time again on PEI and the first festival out of the chute is actually a campout known as the St. Louis Bluegrass Campout. This campout takes place on June 25, 26 and 27 on the grounds of the St. Louis Community Center. Local and regional bands are featured each year and there’s lots of jammin’ and friendly folks. This campout has grown in popularity each

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June 2014
Coyote
Coyote

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Charlottetown band, Coyote, are no strangers to the pages of The Buzz. With proven dedication, Coyote has forged a reputation for high-energy, high-movement rock shows and continue to spread the fever across eastern Canada.

Things are really picking up for the progressive pop-rock band, and early this summer they’ll be releasing the much anticipated follow-up of their d

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May 2014
Poster Boys
Poster Boys

Talking Bands
by Luke Arbuckle

Often times, when one thinks of an exciting concert or a high-energy musical performance, they think of a three to five piece rock band, bright lights, and thundering volumes.

Charlottetown’s Poster Boys are changing that. The Poster Boys are 27-year-old Chris Moore and 21-year-old Chris Barrett. A high-energy acoustic duo, they are becoming regular fixtures at venues a

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May 2014
Crowds
Crowds

Notes from the Road
by Catherine MacLellan

Spring officially arrived in April, but actual spring is now here: lawns need mowing, leaves are budding and black flies have taken their first bites. At the Dunk, the river has fallen back to normal levels and my partner Chris has brought me home the most beautiful trout from the North shore rivers. My garden is mostly planted and I’m just waiting for the f

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May 2014
Extra Measure

One Great Thing
by Ann Thurlow

From the first roll of the timpani, something is up. The PEI Symphony is playing a concert in Zion Church, though really, what it feels like is the other way around. What it feels like is that the magnificent space is an instrument itself. The vaulted ceilings resonate as if the concert master has tuned them, too—as if the conductor has found some magical extra measure i

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