The Fort William Male Choir, based in Thunder Bay, ONT, has a rich history that dates back to the summer of 1930. The group began organically, with eight members of the choir of the St. Paul’s Anglican Church banding together under the leadership of director Fred Parish. The goal of bringing
The transition from the punk rock days of his youth to his indie focus of today didn’t happen overnight for artist Nick Sherman. Growing up in the depths of the Northern Ontario forest surrounded by his grandfather’s guitar strumming was instrumental in molding him into the musician he is today.
North Shore musician Hannah Rey comes by her talent honestly, enjoying singing for as long as she can remember. With a singer and a high school band director in her immediate family, Rey spent much of her youth reading music notes.
“I was always in band and choir growing up and
With a name and sound that make most people do a double take, Plucked Up String Band is one of the newer beloved groups in the Grand Marais area. An original “alternative bluegrass” vibe and combination of talents draw crowds both locally and at gigs as far away as Montana.
The Two Harbors Ukulele Group began as the brainchild of Alan Anderson as part of a worldwide resurgence of ukulele groups.
“We started six or seven years ago in a very humble fashion. I started playing the ukulele and I knew others in town played as well.
While driving on the highway one day after work, long-time friends and musicians Pat Eliasen and Mike Pratt were following a vehicle with an ‘Oversize Load’ banner on the back. While many people wouldn’t think twice about this sight, the duo had an “a-ha” moment.