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JP Maurice: Part 1

We can try to control the timing of things, but sometimes you just need to let go. Time is a luxury not all of us have on our side, whether we know it or not. I wasn’t going to write … Continue reading

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Warm hearts thaw the chill: Benjamin James Caldwell & Jeremy Borschneck sing us into winter

Cold. That is what it feels like these days, winter setting in, temperatures dropping, snow freezing into ice. There is also a coldness in the air in a metaphorical sense; a division of thought, values and basic human rights that … Continue reading

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Sam Weber LIVE @ Serenity: Fall 2015 Canada Tour

Last week myself and a few members of the Serenity team arranged for a bus load of high school students to attend Sam Weber’s show at Serenity as part of our youth & the arts outreach initiative. Thanks to our … Continue reading

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Towers and Trees: “The West Coast” Album Release Tour

I haven’t written anything in months. Life has been filled with responsibilities that fall beyond the ability to make time to get lost in music. But that changed a few weeks ago when I was sent the new Towers and … Continue reading

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Harvest Music Festival 2015

Meaningful (adjective): Expressing an emotion or idea without words; having real importance or value (Merriam-Webster Dictionary). Upon reflection of the second annual Harvest Music Festival, what needs to be shared is that the entire event was meaningful in its vision, … Continue reading

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Woodhaven Concert Series in Kelowna: Scott Cook and Doug Koyama

It has been over a week since I saw Doug Koyama and Scott Cook perform in Kelowna. It was a show announcement that pleasantly caught me off guard leading up to my planned visit to the area over the course … Continue reading

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Two Musicians and a Mural: A Weekend of Artistic Awakening with Benny Walker, Jeremy Borschneck and Dylan Ranney

Passion. When you meet those that have it, you can feel it, their passion radiates from within, an electrifying energy that connects with those around them. This past weekend at Serenity, three individual artists embodied just that. Kelowna based artist … Continue reading

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The Folk Road Show with special guest JP Maurice

¬† The vision I had for how this particular night was going to play out is not even worth mentioning because what I expected to see or feel or experience doesn’t matter. What matters is what did happen which was … Continue reading

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4 days alone on the Central Coast with my journal and the music of Sam Weber.

This past week I embarked on many miles on the road, in the air and on the water to discover some of the beautiful and remote communities on the Central Coast of British Columbia. Although physically alone, I brought with … Continue reading

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Robin Walker: An artist emerged from hibernation

Robin Walker was born in 1963 in Phoenix, Arizona and grew up in Southern California before immigrating to Canada after marrying her husband out of college. ¬†Together, they began an adventurous life studying across Canada and the US and living … Continue reading

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