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Audio Borealis columnist David Gilmour wrote for What’s Up Yukon February 2005 to November 2005.  David, was one of our original 12 writers, an excellent choice to cover Yukon Music.

Ridin’ Through the Many Genres of Country Music: Breakin’ Wild Horses shows many sides of Gene Brown

Question: What do you get when a pedal steel guitar player of many years puts his considerable musical abilities toward creating a CD? Answer: A sizzling, yet subtle group of 10 songs that has echoes of the many types of country music that have permeated the airwaves since the inception of the genre. Right off …

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Gordie Tentrees Band carries the weight of the Yukon: 29 Loads of Freight isn’t heavy

The Yukon creates inspiration for artists of all disciplines. From basement studios and state-of-the-art professional studios-for-hire, this inspiration is finding more of a voice in the Yukon. One such voice belongs to Gordie Tentrees and can be heard on 29 Loads of Freight. While you probably won’t see this on the Billboard’s Top 100 any …

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Southern Tutchone Lives In Song

The Southern Tutchone language CD, entitled Dakwanjenaats u al, has a purpose: The English translation is “Let’s Pick Up Our Language Again”.

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