Photo Review – Day Three – Groundswell Festival – Arsoniste, In-Flight Safety & Ria Mae

Who: Arsoniste, In-Flight Safety, Ria Mae When: February 23, 2017 Venue: Olympic Community Centre Where: Halifax, Nova Scotia Nova Scotia’s GroundSwell Music Festival celebrated its third and final night on Saturday with Arsoniste, In-Flight Safety and headliner Ria Mae at the Olympic Community Centre in Halifax. Arsoniste is a synth pop singer-songwriter featuring a backing […]

Show Review – Day One – Groundswell Festival – Heather Rankin & Rawlins Cross

Who: Heather Rankin & Rawlins Cross When: March 16, 2017 Venue: Spatz Theatre Where: Halifax, Nova Scotia Nova Scotian treasure Heather Rankin and Celtic band Rawlins Cross filled up The Spatz Theatre on Thursday night in Halifax to kick off GroundSwell Music Festival. GroundSwell Music Festival is a three-day event that highlights Nova Scotian talent, […]

Show Review – SonReal

Who: SonReal When: March 10, 2017 Venue: The Marquee Ballroom Where: Halifax, Nova Scotia From Vernon, BC, hip-hop artist SonReal played for a packed room at The Marquee Ballroom in Halifax on Friday night. This was his second stop in Halifax on his No Warm Up Tour, which began last fall and brought him here […]

Show Review – Measha Brueggergosman

Who: Measha Brueggergosman When: February 24, 2017 Venue: Rebecca Cohn Auditorium Where: Halifax, Nova Scotia Canadian soprano singer Measha Brueggergosman brought out a large crowd to the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax on Friday night. Born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Measha has performed at various events around the globe and has been critically acclaimed internationally. […]

Photo Review – Daniel Walker, Kim Harris & Villages

Who: Daniel Walker, Kim Harris, Villages When: February 23, 2017 Where: Good Robot Brewing Company, Halifax, NS Good Robot Brewing Company held their sold-out first annual intimate “Tiny Pub Concert” featuring Daniel Walker, Kim Harris and Villages. Daniel Walker—of Owen Meany’s Batting Stance—performed a solo set of songs while telling stories about them in between. […]