Live Music

Sound of skeletons

Though it’s a chronological precursor to another Kingston music festival, Skeleton Park Music Festival gains recognition all on its own.Continue...

Said The Whale play The Mansion

Said The Whale played The Mansion on Mar. 10 as part of their cross-Canada tour.Continue...

In good company: Tennyson King reflects on his musical journey

In touring his new album, Good Company, Canadian singer-songwriter Tennyson King is set to play Kingston’s Musiiki Café & Whiskey Bar on Mar. 17.Continue...

Isabel Bader Centre hosts online Summer Music Festival

Although quarantine measures remain in place, people can still tune in to Isabel music shows from the comfort of their homes.Continue...

Chris Jackson and Friends keep Friday nights surprising

Chris Jackson’s Friday night gig at BLUMartini has become a neighbourhood staple.Continue...

Journal Sessions: Season V

Season V is a newly-formed Kingston-based indie pop band. The six Chinese international students met while attending Queen’s University, and bonded over their common love for creating music. In...Continue...

Breaking down Canada’s diverse music festivals

There’s nothing like jumping around to your favourite song to push the exams you just wrote further into the rear-view mirror. What better way to do that than with thousands of like-minded people at a music festival?Continue...

The Embassy: Kingston’s holiest live music cafe

Earlier this month, Kingston residents made their way downtown to the opening night of the city’s most hallowed new music venue.Continue...

Live performance is being remixed

Consider this an obituary for live music.Continue...

KC gets funky

KC Roberts and the Live Revolution are out to make you forget your troubles.Continue...

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