2009 Reviews

Were You There? Scene a la Calgary Blog

21 October 2009

Audience review of John Amor, Mark Berube and LeE HARVeY OsMOND at SAIT Oct 16 Were You There?[http://scenealacalgary-mw.blogspot.com/2009/10/were-you-there.html] SAIT, The Gateway Lounge, October 16th. . . A triple bill show that built through the evening to a fully energized experience of shared music.  Jon Amor opened facing...

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Your mom's new favourite band, FFWD Weekly, Patrick Boyle, Oct 1, 2009

2 October 2009

Saskatoon's Deep Dark Woods don't mind showing your parents a good time Your mom's new favourite band Published October 1, 2009  by Patrick Boyle[http://www.ffwdweekly.com/author/patrick-boyle] in Music Previews[http://www.ffwdweekly.com/music/music-previews/] [http://www.ffwdweekly.com/article/music/music-previews/your-moms-new-favourite-band-4533/#]'When you play to moms in a theatre, they all pay 20 bucks and buy your CD’ — The Deep Dark Woods know the...

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Big Rock Field Reporters - Best of the Fests

16 September 2009

Over this past summer we traveled to five folk festivals across Canada. As you can imagine we noticed each festival had at least one aspect that really shone over the other festivals. Singling these out, we've made a fusion list to summarize the perfect...

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Recession or no, music touring pays, Robert Everett-Green, Globe and Mail, Aug 29, 2009

31 August 2009

Against the economy's negative tide, concerts in most musical segments continue to sell well all across the country The recession bites, but the bands play on, and in many places the tickets are selling better than ever. Just when you might think that Canadians would...

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Alex on the Web: Audience Blog

31 August 2009

I came for the Decemberists and stayed for Glen Campbell http://alexabboud.wordpress.com/2009/07/28/calgary-folk-fest-2009-i-came-for-the-decemberists-and-stayed-for-glen-campbell/

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Calgary Folk Music Festival, Jessica deMello, National Post, August 1, 2009

6 August 2009

The quiet, urban, tree-lined oasis known as Prince's Island Park was transformed last weekend for the 30th Calgary Folk Music Festival.  As dozens of happy sun-soakers floated by in rafts on the Bow River, thousands of people lined up for hours in the early...

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Bad Tempered Zombie audience blog

5 August 2009

http://badtemperedzombie.blogspot.com/ http://badtemperedzombie.blogspot.com/

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BeatRoute festival coverage: Previews

4 August 2009

http://www.beatroute.ca/view_archived_section.php?id=55&sectionID=16 http://www.beatroute.ca/view_archived_section.php?id=55&sectionID=16

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The arts lighting the way to a better city, Naheed Nenshi, Calgary Herald, July 30, 2009

3 August 2009

Last week, I was lying on a blanket on Prince's Island, listening to music, watching my single favourite thing about a Calgary summer. Each night during the Calgary Folk Music Festival, a group of "lamplighters" works its way through the crowd. Young and old,...

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Reflector blogs / posts - University of Calgary

31 July 2009

http://www.thereflector.ca/category/arts/folkfest09/ http://www.thereflector.ca/category/arts/folkfest09/

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