The Family Soul performed their debut album, On The Shoulders Of… Vol. I, to a packed Thirsty Butler crowd during their album release show with Dane Roberts opening the show.
One commonality during the Canada South Blues Society’s 15th Annual Riverside Blues Festival and Foodraiser was the influence of B.B. King’s music on the featured bands.
Moist and Big Sugar played to a less than packed Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on September 5, but it didn’t seem to dampen things, at least not for opening act Moist.
Rob Tymec masterfully performs the one man comedy play Master of Squirrels by local playwright Joey Ouellette delighting audiences at the Walkerville Artists’ Co-op.
Review: Arts Collective Theatre’s production of Footloose The Musical was a high energy hit, executed by a stellar youth cast, and filled with exciting drama, music, and dance.
In two weeks, eight Extension Korda Summer Session acting camp students put together and deliver a remarkable evening of Robert Munsch tales called appropriately Munschables.
Following extensive renovations The Bank Theatre reopens for their “Grand Reveal” shows on Labour Day Weekend featuring Russell deCarle, Sean McCann, and Billy Raffoul.
Country Music superstar Martina McBride returned to perform at Caesars Windsor bringing her big voice, warm smiles, and friendly banter to connect with fans.
The cast and production team of ACT Windsor’s production of Footloose the Musical, set to open at Capitol Theatre Windsor this September, talk about the show in this interview.
Refreshingly different, T. Nile brought her conflicting style of Electro-pop and folk-roots music, fusing them together, and performing them live at the Kingsville Folk Music Festival.