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Water Safety Day Camps

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Summer Dance Camps

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Crapaud Hall Wants Performers

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Shedding the Shadows

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‘Rockin’ with the Stars’ Talent Search

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Seniors College Registration

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Sunday Afternoon at the Log Cabin

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Photo Op at Gov’t House

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Shellfish Festival Volunteer Session

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Second Chances Band

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Vernon River Community School

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Free Singing Lessons with Island A Cappella

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MADD Ice Fundraiser

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Bennett Fall Birding Classic

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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

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May 2014
Dennis Ellsworth Makes CBC Searchlight's Top 10
Judges and fans have narrowed the field

CBCMusic.ca and CBC Radio One are on the hunt for Canada’s best new artist and have joined forces with Yamaha Canada Music Ltd. to bring back the listeners’ choice music competition, SEARCHLIGHT.

Since the polls opened on March 10, thousands of emerging musical acts from across Canada have been vying for the title of Canada’s Best New Artist. The winning act w

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May 2014
Popular Artists
Popular Artists
Ron Sexsmith, Joel Plaskett, Mo Kenney chosen to perform PEI Jazz & Blues Festival

Programmers at the TD PEI Jazz and Blues Festival have made some unexpected choices for their 10th anniversary season.

Leading the list will be the Joel Plaskett Emergency, the Juno and ECMA award-winning pop rock trio perhaps best known for the popular single “Nowhere With You.” Joel Plaskett has eight recordings, a D

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April 2014
2014 ECMA Winners & Nominees

East Coast Music Week on PEI has ended, and all the awards have been handed out.

“Congratulations to all the nominees and winners of the 2014 East Coast Music Awards,” said Heather Gibson, Chair of the ECMA’s Board of Directors. “Again this year, we have seen that Atlantic Canada is home to an incredible amount of world-class talent, premiere industry leaders, and an incredibly supportive music community.”

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April 2014
Honourary Awards
Honourary Awards
Rita MacNeil, The Chaisson Trio, Grady Poe, Alan Dowling, Flo Sampson, Susan Hunter, Kellie Walsh and Bob Mersereau receive 2014 recognition

The East Coast Music Association has announced the names of the 2014 Honourary Awards recipients. The late Rita MacNeil will be honoured with the Directors' Special Achievement Award, while the Dr. Helen Creighton Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to The

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April 2014
Musician’s Achievement
Musician’s Achievement
2014 Award presented to the family of the late Jay Smith

This year’s Musician’s Achievement Award will be presented to the family of the late Jay Smith. Smith, a native of Sydney, Nova Scotia fronted the popular band Rock Ranger from 1997 to 2007, the year he joined El Torpedo, the backing band to Matt Mays.

Smith won the ’SOCAN Songwriter of the Year’ award at the 2009 ECMAs for co-writing Gor

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April 2014
Mailman Blues in Semi-finals

The Plain Dirty Blues Band are semi finalists in the International Songwriting Competition, with the song “Mailman Blues” from their new album Slow Burn.

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April 2014
Death Valley Driver Music Video

PEI’s Death Valley Driver have released their new music video “Smoke Whip” on Revolver’s website. The video was shot over 2 days in November by Colin MacDonald (Foster Avenue Prod) in Halifax, NS. Smoke Whip is off their most recent album Graveyard Dead (2013) on Diminished Fifth Records.

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April 2014
Vishtèn at The Mack
Vishtèn at The Mack

Sobeys LIVE @ the Centre has announced that PEI’s own Vishtèn, has been added to the spring calendar.

The traditional Celtic and Acadian trio is in the midst of a sprawling European tour, and say they are thrilled to play their hometown stage before the festival-heavy summer of 2014. In fact, it was within the intimate Mack theatre, that the trio recorded their 2008 ECMA-winning album, Vishtèn LIVE.

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April 2014
Influence
Influence
The Count and the Cuban Cocktail

Charlottetown-based 10-piece Cuban dance band The Count and the Cuban Cocktail have released their debut CD Influence. Its launch will take place at The Mack in Charlottetown April 3 from 7 to 10 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm with tickets available at the door.

Under the leadership of director, composer, arranger, and frontman Eduardo Mendoza (The Count), this 10-piece

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April 2014
South America
South America
The Meds

Charlottetown band The Meds release their much anticipated recording South America in late April. A Charlottetown launch will take place at Hunter’s Ale House May 16.

South America, which began in 2009 with Matt Mays, features ten tracks of The Meds’ trademark rock sound which reflect on their time as a band. Running the Edge Down, the first track on the record was produced by Colin MacDonald, l

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