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Local musicians hope to raise $1,500 for needed St. Alban’s Cathedral refurbishments Church fundraisers are music to Ken Lyons’ ears. Lyons and his group the Menfolk have been playing together for the past 13 years. Over that time they have performed...
Randy Bachman, Jim Cuddy among acts coming to Prince Albert in coming weeks The E.A. Rawlinson’s winter and spring line-up has been announced, and it features some big names sprinkled in with local talent. The season starts off with young country...

Bridging cultures

Show bringing together established and up-and-coming Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists stopping in P.A. Sunday A show that’s just one piece of a larger project intended to unite Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists from across Canada is making its Prince Albert debut...
An award-winning blues musician is bringing his honest, intimate sound to the Rock Trout Café Thursday. Ken Hamm, who won a Juno award in 1991, is hitting the road and touring again after a bout with cancer. For the last nine...
Shows feature works from Mac Hone and Friends, Kim Ennis The latest pair of exhibitions opening at the Mann Art Gallery help trace Saskatchewan’s settler art history through the works of some of the province’s most influential artists. On Nov. 16...
PA Food Bank calls on local artist to assist in construction of sacred circle On Friday afternoon local Métis artist Leah Dorion led a group of about 15 people from the Prince Albert Food Bank and the Métis Addictions Council...
Regina singer Brenda Lee Cottrell pays tribute to the chanteuses of the 1960s Brenda Lee Cottrell was raised in a musical household. Her father sang and played accordion in the local Saturday night dance band while her mother was always playing...
The Rawlinson Centre stage will be transformed into a Grand Ol’ Opry-like atmosphere Sunday afternoon as 22 of the region’s best country music acts will stage a tribute to all things country. The tribute to country music is being put...
Tenille Arts’ trophy cabinet just keeps getting more and more crowded. The 23-year-old from Weyburn came into Saturday night’s Saskatchewan Country Music Association (SCMA) Awards show with an industry leading five nominations and didn’t leave disappointed. By the end of the...
Art studio tour welcomes art enthusiasts to explore the beauty of the Shell Lake area Ever since Annette Henbid was a child, the Prince Albert artist has been spending weekends at Iroquois Lake near the community of Shell Lake, one...

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