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Long Range Hustle takes Kingston on a ‘magic carpet ride’

When Paul Brogee and Jay Foster were 17-years-old, they took a trip to Kingston from their home north of Belleville to see The Tragically Hip in concert. The two teens had performed together in a few coffee shops, but neither had seriously considered a career in music.Continue...

The Honest Heart Collective talk origins and Ale House

The Honest Heart Collective returned to Kingston on March 21 for the eighth time.Continue...

Shade brings grunge inspired alt-rock to The Toucan

Shade wants Kingston to know that good rock music is still alive, and they’re dead-set on making it their own.Continue...

Student doc recounts album’s creative process

Christian Parry loves to sing in the shower.Continue...

Ezra Jordan carries on a musical tradition

Ezra Jordan has never been a stranger to music.Continue...

Charlotte Cornfield’s new album finds catharsis in illness

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes a painful skin condition reminds Charlotte Cornfield what’s most important in life: family, then work.Continue...

A Valentine’s date with Kiss the Fish

Clark house band Kiss The Fish, made up of lead singer Sam Skolrood, lead guitarist Evan Khodeir, rhythm guitarist Cory Scholtz, drummer Misko McGregor, and bassist Kelby Gutz, sat down with The Journal to show us their latest songs, and share their favourite first date spots.Continue...

Wild Rivers reunites with Kingston

For Wild Rivers frontman Khalid Yassein, a show in Kingston means returning to his alma mater as an outsider, and then feeling like he’d never truly left.Continue...

For new album, rockers Said the Whale went home

A recipe for Dad Rock: marriages, engagements, children and the great outdoors.Continue...

Singer-songwriter Amanda Rheaume finds her roots

Amanda Rheaume hated singing. Now, it’s her strongest connection to the family she never met.Continue...

Listen Up Kid delivers nice-guy grunge rock

Grunge rock and hospitality don’t usually mesh—but when Listen Up Kid invites you to their rehearsal space, it’s the exception.Continue...

The Kingston Symphony Orchestra’s ode to bad behaviour

This weekend, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra is going to be letting their hair down.

Playing this Saturday and Sunday at the Isabel Bader Centre, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra...Continue...

VCFS Brooklyn concert raises funds for charity

Ahead of their annual charity fashion show, VCFS is hosting a fundraising concert at The Brooklyn on Thursday with Queen’s Love Without Boundaries (QWLB).Continue...

Kingston Coalition Against Poverty holds fundraiser concert

With the help of The Goodnight Irenes, Kingston Coalition Against Poverty (KCAP) is helping the homeless one ticket sale at a time.Continue...

Pop-punk rockers Glass Cactus move into The Mansion

Glass Cactus will bring the edgy, emotive spirit of pop punk to town this weekend.

The Toronto-based, indie-alt band will be returning to Kingston this Friday when they play The Mansion....Continue...

Erez and the Pearlz make their musical debut

Erez Zobary almost lost her singing voice once—but she won’t let it happen again.Continue...

Brother Elsey talk weekend shows, Detroit and brotherhood

Michigan’s Brother Elsey owe their success to two things: Detroit and a fraternal bond.Continue...