An army of long-time Lindsay Ferguson fans gathered on the lawn in front of Monster Stage to relish in the magic of her music.
Jesse Greene conclusively gives lie to the notion that there’s no blues at Bluesfest.
Kale chips might be “so 2013”, but they are also “a very tasty snack”, so.
Hey, hey, they’re the Monkees, and have been for 50 years (!)
A day trip to Perth yields opportunities to learn about local history through a “walking play”.
This social enterprise will deliver you healthy meals, for $8!
Local singer/songwriter Danielle Allard boarded the Barney Danson Stage last night and gave a compelling performance, showcasing songs from her latest album, Chameleon (2015). Like her album cover, Allard was once again given the reptilian treatment with bright colours of body paint, designed by artist May Mutter, which made her entrance onto the stage all the more striking. […]
UK bluesman Ian Siegal came out blazing.
The GCTC’s Irving Greenberg stage will be a place of flipping, tumbling, spinning, and otherwise moving improbably until Sunday night.
If I had to sum up Angela McGowan in a word or two, I’d choose “joyful and unapologetic”.