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2013 Winnipeg Folk Festival: Ongoing live coverage with tweets, photos, videos, interviews

Posted by: Paul Little  //  July 11, 2013 @ 5:15am

The Winnipeg Folk Festival has certainly undergone some changes over the years.

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Live Review: Bon Jovi - "Because We Can" Tour

Posted by: Randy Hazzard  //  April 5, 2013 @ 7:30am

Something was missing at the Bon Jovi concert on Friday night, but it certainly wasn't fan enthusiasm.

The set list was balanced by playing 8 songs from the 80s, 4 from the 90s, 8 from the 2000s, 3 brand new tracks, and one full cover.

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Live Review: Love Letter to Levi Kreis

Posted by: Diana Prano  //  March 4, 2011 @ 1:23pm

I have been to the church of Levi Kreis and the gospel is simple. Love yourself! The last stop of his SideXSide Tour at Joe's Pub in NYC was electrifying and amazing! Levi is astonishing. Listen, you can sit there and say, 'great show,' but that's simply not enough.

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Following concerts by The Roots, The Slew, and others, the Winnipeg Jazz Festival ends with a weekend of free outdoor shows

Posted by: Paul Little  //  July 5, 2010 @ 11:42pm

After an amazing opening weekend, the 2010 TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival continued on throughout the week and closing weekend with a series of concerts from great performers and, generally, just a lot of fun!

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Roy Hargrove, Buck 65, and Toshi Reagon kick off the opening weekend of the 2010 Winnipeg Jazz Fest

Posted by: Paul Little  //  June 29, 2010 @ 4:18am

After offering up a "preview concert" last Wednesday night featuring living legend Sonny Rollins (a show I unfortunately had to miss because I was out of town), the newly-named TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival officially kicked off this past weekend.

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Live Review: Sarah Slean in Winnipeg (May 11, 2008)

Posted by: Paul Little  //  May 12, 2008 @ 9:29am

From the moment the first notes of Day One's "California" rang through The Burt, it became the den of Sarah Slean. The cabaret popster, looking enchanting in a white knee-length dress and green high heels, immediately drew the audience in with her haunting vocals and poetic lyrics.

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