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The music on the album Nainip Tittulautingit brings up powerful memories for a trumpet player with the Labrador-based brass band.audio
Junk Cocoon, a series by Ian Jarvis of St. John's, has been picked up by the influential comic distribution site Comixology.
Matthew Byrne says being a traditional folk song singer and a member of the millennial generation makes perfect sense in the 21st century digital age.audio
Cody Green of Carbonear wondered what do with all his used guitar strings. Then one day, he got a brainwave.
Weekend AM clips
Friday September 22, 2017
Ian Sutherland, Dean of Memorial University's School of Music, and Catharyn Andersen, Memorial's Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, explain what a Land Acknowledgment is, and why you will hear it at events around the university.
Friday September 15, 2017
Trumpet player Darlene Holwell and album producer Mark Turner talk to Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about the latest recording by the Nain Brass Band, and what Moravian music means to the Inuit of Labrador.
Saturday July 22, 2017
Larry Foley talks with Heather Barrett about his latest solo album, Come Along With Me B'ys.
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