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Dennis Adam can’t remember the last time he missed Voices of the North and the Northern Spirit showcase. The Prince Albert resident, originally from Fond-du-Lac, has had family perform in the events. He’s been a loyal attendee ever since. “I’ve never...
Tribute concert ‘reimagines’ the music of Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers Two years ago singer Ben Hale had the idea to put together a travelling show that combined the music of Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers. He said...
Prince Albert girl learns to walk with help from Saskatchewan Shriners Two weeks ago Rochelle Diehl watched as her nine-year-old daughter Addison emerged from the arrivals gate at the John Diefenbaker International Airport in Saskatoon. With crutches on both her...
Harmonica and Accordion Show returns to Heritage Centre for second-straight year Musicians from across central Saskatchewan are descending on Prince Albert this Sunday for the annual Harmonica and Accordion Show. The concert is returning to its new location, the Heritage Centre,...
Tom Cochrane celebrates 25 years of landmark ‘Mad Mad World’ album In 1991 Tom Cochrane released Mad Mad World, his first solo album after leaving Red Rider, the rock group he had led since 1978. The album, powered by the ubiquitous...
Powerful single from Saskatoon-based Rosie and the Riveters debuted exclusively billboard.com A Saskatoon-based band with a Prince Albert connection is making headlines with their latest single tackling the public reckoning surrounding sexual misconduct. I Believe You is the title of the...
Some of Canada’s top musical acts will be coming to Prince Albert for the E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Fall 2017 season. The theatre announced its line-up earlier this month. It features names such as Aaron Pritchett, Elliot Brood, Burton Cummings, and,...
Prince Albert poets prepare for elaborate Valentine’s Eve performance Prince Albert’s Sans Nom poetry group is celebrating Valentine’s Day with heart and humour. “We were talking about doing a community reading and talking about getting the attention of more people than...
Saskatchewan historian Bill Waiser investigates the story of Almighty Voice Historian and author Bill Waiser is trying to uncover the truth behind the story of 19th century Saskatchewan fugitive Almighty Voice. Almighty Voice was a 23-year-old Willow Cree man from One...
Voices of the North celebrates 25th anniversary with two separate concerts When Prince Albert’s Voices of the North show was first organized, there wasn’t even an audition process. Now, 25 years later, organizers are getting so many applicants that they’re...

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