MusicNL Conference and awards 2013

MusicNL Conference and awards 2013

Every year, the province's music industry association, MusicNL, holds its conference and awards gala. It is a weekend of meetings, panels and a whole lot of playing. Performers take part in showcases, songwriters circles and impromptu jam sessions in salons, hotel rooms and even random hallways.

The Telegram is happy to sponsor the conference, and attended the many events. This year, Arts reporter Tara Bradbury headed to Gander to catch the tunes.

Amelia Curran, Ennis top MusicNL awards

November 11, 2013 - 4 h 35

The sisters won three in total, for two different albums: the Steele Communications Celtic/Traditional Artist/Group of the Year for their holiday record, “It’s Christmas” (featuring all three...

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Amelia Curran, Ennis top MusicNL awards

First MusicNL awards given out in Gander

November 09, 2013 - 14 h 00

MightyPop's Jud Haynes - though not present at the brunch - won two awards: Volunteer of the Year and Industry Professional of the Year. Media Person of the Year went to Tom Power (who was also absent),...

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First MusicNL awards given out in Gander

MusicNL gets down to business

November 09, 2013 - 4 h 30

Not all of them, though, will be performing or partying.

Hundreds of musicians and music industry professionals are in the town for the annual event, which will see workshops, panel discussions,...

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MusicNL gets down to business

Corner Brook's Emma Peckford wins MusicNL contest

November 06, 2013 - 11 h 14

CORNER BROOK — Emma Peckford has only recently given a thought to a music career, but now it has already taken flight.

The young Corner Brook singer’s rendition of Iron and Wine’s song “Flightless...

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Corner Brook's Emma Peckford wins MusicNL contest

Gander or bust

November 06, 2013 - 8 h 54

MusicNL week gives local musicians an annual opportunity to participate in one-on-one meetings with industry professionals and funding officers — many of whom come from outside the province for the...

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Gander or bust