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Kimberley Horror Fest founders Natalie Skokan (left) and Chantel Delaney talk five years of Horror Fest, and this year's virtual Halfway to Horror Fest concert series. Photo submitted.

Halfway to Horror Fest virtual concert series planned for May

Festival founders talk supporting local music, five years of Horror Fest

Pharis and Jason Romero concert Livestreamed at Studio 64, May 15, 2021

Top Canadian folk duo to perform Livestreamed at Studio 64

MIKE REDFERN If you are a fan of folk, country, and bluegrass…

Mark Skage and his son Mica during the filming of a West Kootenay episode of Start ‘em Young. Photo: Submitted

TV show films West Kootenay hunting trip

Start ‘Em Young aims to encourage kids to get out in the wilderness

Leeroy Stagger is next up at Live-stream at Studio 64. Leeroy Stagger Facebook

Leeroy Stagger live-streams Strange Path tour at Studio 64

MIKE REDFERN The second concert in this spring’s Live-stream at Studio 64…

Leeroy Stagger is next up at Live-stream at Studio 64. Leeroy Stagger Facebook
Sax Drive, at the FPPAS's PEAK Music Festival, 2019. Murray Hayward photo

Donation-matching campaign will help live music return to Cranbrook

Live outdoor music, resonating from the heart of downtown Cranbrook on Saturdays…

Sax Drive, at the FPPAS's PEAK Music Festival, 2019. Murray Hayward photo
Cranbrook rock band Pretty for the People performs at the Maskerade In Moir, September, 2020, a festival put on by the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society. Murray Hayward photo

FPPAS plans for return of live music; holding membership drive

Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society is preparing for a season of live music, and seeking more members

  • Mar 21, 2021
Cranbrook rock band Pretty for the People performs at the Maskerade In Moir, September, 2020, a festival put on by the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society. Murray Hayward photo
Joe Nolan opens the 2021 Livestream at Studio 64 spring series with a solo concert from his home town of Edmonton, Alberta, on Saturday, March 13, at 7 p.m.
Joe Nolan opens the 2021 Livestream at Studio 64 spring series with a solo concert from his home town of Edmonton, Alberta, on Saturday, March 13, at 7 p.m.
Kimberley's Ashlee Taylor advances to the quarter finals of the contest to become tattoo publication Inked Magazine's cover girl and win $20,000. Photo submitted.

Kimberley’s Ashley Taylor advances to Inked Magazine contest quarter finals

Kimberley’s Ashlee Taylor has taken first place in her grouping of contestants…

Kimberley's Ashlee Taylor advances to the quarter finals of the contest to become tattoo publication Inked Magazine's cover girl and win $20,000. Photo submitted.
The Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival is being forced to re-imagine its future. Photo: Louis Bockner

Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival cancelled for 2021

Ticket holders from the 2020 festival will be offered refunds as festival re-imagines its future

The Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival is being forced to re-imagine its future. Photo: Louis Bockner
Brad Hartshorn has some of his artwork on display at LITTLE big Studio Gallery for the month of February. Paul Rodgers photo.

New Kimberley space features local artists

Local artist Brad Hartshorn has some of his original artwork up on…

Brad Hartshorn has some of his artwork on display at LITTLE big Studio Gallery for the month of February. Paul Rodgers photo.
Barry Coulter photo

The force of the ice

X-wing ice sculpture adorns HeidOut patio in Cranbrook

Barry Coulter photo
Arne Sahlen played at the Snowdrift last weekend. Photo submitted

Pianist Sahlen spreads socially distanced Christmas cheer

Arne Sahlen volunteers to play carols and Christmas-to-New Year themed music in…

Arne Sahlen played at the Snowdrift last weekend. Photo submitted
Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti will be the third live-streamed concert from Studio 64 this fall. Facebook photo

Live-streamed jazz concert from Quebec duo at Studio 64

The third concert in the ‘Live-streamed at Studio 64’ fall series will…

Elizabeth Shepherd and Michael Occhipinti will be the third live-streamed concert from Studio 64 this fall. Facebook photo
Choir director and singer Allison Girvan. Photo: Bill Metcalfe

Nelson performers cope with COVID-19

How four prominent performers are responding to the loss of their audiences

Choir director and singer Allison Girvan. Photo: Bill Metcalfe
Leather Apron Revival will live stream on October 24, 2020 through Studio 64 concert series. FaceBook image
Leather Apron Revival will live stream on October 24, 2020 through Studio 64 concert series. FaceBook image
Wildsight announces Wild Wonders Fall Fundraiser

Wildsight announces Wild Wonders Fall Fundraiser

Local organization calls for local artwork for silent auction

Wildsight announces Wild Wonders Fall Fundraiser
The first concert in the live streaming series is Take Four, left to right Tim Plait, Randy Marchi, Steen Jorgensen, and Jim Cameron. Photo submitted
The first concert in the live streaming series is Take Four, left to right Tim Plait, Randy Marchi, Steen Jorgensen, and Jim Cameron. Photo submitted
Live music returns to Cranbrook with PeakFest 2020

Live music returns to Cranbrook with PeakFest 2020

“Maskerade in Moir” to be held over four Saturdays in September in Moir Park

Live music returns to Cranbrook with PeakFest 2020
Brent Carver: A legend of stage, screen and TV

Brent Carver: A legend of stage, screen and TV

Over the years, the Cranbrook thespian earned his place as one of Canada’s greatest actors

Brent Carver: A legend of stage, screen and TV
A return to live music with a limited audience at Kimberley Golf Club with Tumbleweed, featuring Murf Martin on bass, Ed Johnson on drums and Oliver Mcquaid on guitars and lead vocals. Paul Rodgers file

The Tumbleweeds perform at live and socially distant concert in Kimberley

On Friday, the Kimberley Golf Club hosted a wonderful event. For $30,…

A return to live music with a limited audience at Kimberley Golf Club with Tumbleweed, featuring Murf Martin on bass, Ed Johnson on drums and Oliver Mcquaid on guitars and lead vocals. Paul Rodgers file