Sylvan Lake’s The Boom Chucka Boys are joining Gord Bamford to make up a solid Central Alberta contingent of nominees for the Canadian Country Music Association Awards.
“Holy Smokes!” The Boom Chucka Boys exclaim on their website, before expressing their gratitude for being nominated for the Canadian Country Music Association’s Group/Duo Of The Year. READ
Sylvan Lake’s The Boom Chucka Boys are joining Gord Bamford to make up a solid Central Alberta contingent of nominees for the Canadian Country Music Association Awards. READ
Jaron Freeman-Fox redefines what the violin can do with a fiddling fusion of bluegrass, Celtic, jazz and Indian music. READ
It’s been nearly a quarter century since Diamond Rio made a huge splash on the country music scene with the group’s first self-titled album. And the Tennessee band that performs at Red Deer’s Westerner Days on Thursday maintains a loyal following of fans, who can pretty much chart their coming-of-age years with Diamond Rio tunes. READ
The ghost-obsessed Victorian age and the madcap 1960s advertising world will be two very different sides of Bard on Bower’s Shakespearean coin this summer. READ
More than 200 performers will take to an outdoor stage that’s more than six football fields wide this month for the 2014 Badlands Passion Play. Now in its 20th season, the enormous production that re-enacts the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ will run from July 11 to 27 in Drumheller. READ
Irish singer Andy White has crossed the pond to perform “an evening of tall tales and troubadour soul” in Red Deer. READ