Interview: Lennie Gallant

March 4, 2017 thewire 0

Considered one of Canada’s greatest songwriters, East Coast native Lennie Gallant returns to Peterborough this month, thanks to the folks at Folk Under the Clock. He is the recipient of an Order of Canada, a multiple award winning songwriter, a staunch supporter of Maritime music and now he can add […]

Interview: Royal Wood

February 4, 2017 thewire 0

Royal Wood is a Juno nominated singer songwriter, who calls Lakefield home. Though he doesn’t get home often, performing over 250 dates a year, Royal will make a pit-stop at Showplace on Valentines Day, when he’ll perform songs from his latest CD “Ghost Light.” Busy? You bet! Later this year […]

Interview: Frank Meschkuleit

September 1, 2016 thewire 0

Having interviewed so many musicians lately, I was looking forward to a conversation with someone who didn’t want to talk about song writing and life on the road. I was not disappointed when puppeteer Frank Meschkuleit called to promote his upcoming appearance at Showplace. Frank’s career spans over three decades […]

Terri Clark

Interview: Terri Clark

August 1, 2016 thewire 0

Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Terri Clark got her start performing stages and talent shows in her early years. After highschool she packed up and took off for Nashville will stars in her eyes and pennies in her pockets.  Her first gig was playing for tips at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, […]

Kiefer Sutherland

Interview: Kiefer Sutherland

June 1, 2016 thewire 0

So, where do I start!? Kiefer Sutherland, the son of iconic Canadian actors Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas, grandson of Tommy Douglas, began acting early. By 18 he had landed his first leading film role in “The Bay Boy”, which earned him his first Genie nomination. A few years later […]

Gord Bamford

Interview: Gord Bamford

May 4, 2016 thewire 0

Australian born and Alberta raised, Canadian country music sensation Gord Bamford will be in town this month to perform songs from his new CD “Tin Roof” and to share some of the classics that have driven his career into the global limelight. It was his mother, a singer in a […]

Hawksley Workman

Hawksley Workman

April 4, 2016 thewire 0

Bio: “Hawksley Workman is not afraid to be strange. After over a decade in the business, this hyper-prolific, perpetually restless creative force continues to push the boundaries of experience and the heights of his successes well outside the comfort zone. In fact, Hawksley Workman’s comfort zone is probably not all […]

Amelia Curran

March 1, 2016 thewire 0

Newfoundland’s Amelia Curran is performing in Peterborough in March as part of Folk Under the Clock’s 29th season. In 2000 she released her first CD “Barricade” after a stint as a busker. She followed it up with “Trip Down Little Road” in 2001 and then “Lullabies for Barflies” in 2002. […]

Corb Lund

Corb Lund

February 4, 2016 thewire 0

It’s been a whirlwind couple of decades for Alberta rancher Corb Lund. With 9 albums in his pocket, Corb and his Hurtin’ Albertans have been touring hard, infecting crowds in Europe, US and right across Canada. His latest CD, released last year, is the follow up of the wildly successful […]

Lee Harvey Osmond

Interview: Tom Wilson “Lee Harvey Osmond”

January 4, 2016 thewire 0

by Josh Fewings Lee Harvey Osmond has morphed over the years, but at its heart is Hamilton native Tom Wilson, former frontman for Canadian alt-rock band Junkhouse and current member of roots-rock supergroup Blackie and The Rodeo Kings. Other core members of the band include former Junkhouse drummer Ray Farrugia […]