Singer songwriter Max Marshall returns to online streaming and social media after a long hiatus with plans of re-releasing his 2017 album and a single off his upcoming album.
Brendan Scott Friel’s sophomore album release, Summer Moons, is an ode to duality filled with filled with beautiful highs and contemplative lows dancing side-by-side.
Set to be a thetrical triumph, Negatunity, the dark humourous play postponed three times will finally premier online, brilliantly revealing clues leading to the main character’s demise.
Negatunity, by local playwright Matt St. Amand to make global premiere at The Shadowbox Theatre in April, presented by Post Productions and Windsor Feminist Theatre.
Border City Dance Company’s drive-in theatre style dance showcase, “Storybooks: Fairy Tale Legends,” is dazzling audiences in the Rockstar Music Hall parking lot.
Soul Brother Mike has released the first song from his upcoming album Headspace, “If We Can Be Friends” is a feel-good, non-partisan anthem calling for solidarity.
Local filmmakers Gemma Eva (“Rough Love”), Ken Amlin (“Time Well Spent”), and David DeRose and Anthony Greco (“Kubric”) featured in episode two of Windsor/Essex Showcase.
Brendan Scott Friel explains the creative process behind his melancholic new ballad “Shadows,” the second single release from his forthcoming album Summer Moons.
Madeline Doonaert’s highly anticipted deubut album Muddy Water delivers a powerful first collection of folk-infused songs about resilience, self-love, and overcoming hardship.
The Bishop Boys have released their new single “Dark Days,” which delivers a gloomy reflection on pandemic life, civil unrest, and a hopeful forecast of brighter days ahead.