We will be closed Tuesday, January 27th, in anticipation of the coming storm.
The Cape Breton University-based campus radio station will have its application for an FM broadcasting licence heard by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission next month. The hearing date is set for Feb. 19 in Gatineau, Que.
Caper Radio station manager Matthew Burke said being heard on the FM dial has been a longtime dream for the station, and after four years of planning, fundraising and preparation, they're hoping their application receives approval.
The 27th Annual CAPACOA Conference takes place in Halifax, NS from January 21 to 24, 2015 at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel.
ECMA will present two nights of showcases on January 23 and 24, in partnership with Music/Musique NB, Music NL, Music NS, CBMIC and Music PEI. Both showcases take place the The Carleton Music Bar & Grill, starting at 10:15pm each night. View the full schedule below:
Friday, January 23
10:15 pm Maxim Cormier
10:45 pm Catherine MacLellan
11:15 pm Ennis
11:45 pm Alan Jeffries
12:15 am Cyndi Cain
Saturday, January 24
10:15 pm Duane Andrews & Craig Young
10:45 pm Caroline Savoie
11:15 pm Ten Strings and A Goat Skin
11:45 pm Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac
12:15 am Gypsophilia
For more information head to http://ecma.com/news/the-27th-annual-capacoa-conference-hits-halifax-jan.-21-24-2015.-two-nights
On behalf of the members, board of directors and staff we would like to express our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of long time Music Nova Scotia member Fleur Mainville. Fleur was a talented musician, a youth focused music educator and a beautiful person. She will be missed by many.
A fund has been established to contribute towards the care of Fleur's two adopted children. Please consider donating.
(Halifax - January 8, 2015) Casino Nova Scotia and 92.9 Jack FM present the Take It To The Tiki band contest at the Harbourfront Lounge every Friday in January. Floodland, Like A Motorcycle, Mike Bochoff Band and scrapes launch the first round on January 9th.
A panel of Nova Scotia music industry professionals will determine the winners of each round, including the grand prize winner.
The winner of the final round on January 30th will receive a prize package consisting of:
Runner-up prizes for the semi-finalists consisting of:
Join us ringside every Friday night in January at 9pm, admission is free.