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Brandon Isaak

Spiritual Undertones

It’s been a fairly typical autumn for bluesman Brandon Isaak. Typically busy, that is.The former Whitehorse musician spent most of September on tour in Germany and Holland, including an appearance at the prestigious Guitar...

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Johnny Cash For Cancer

For anyone who has fallen into a burning ring of fire, who are boys named Sue, or who have been to Folsom Prison, in real life, or just in song, A Tribute To Johnny Cash, on Friday, February 27, at the Yukon Convention Centre,...

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Blues Musician Brings it Back Home

Brandon Isaak is no stranger to the Yukon music scene. Being a native of Whitehorse, the folk musician says he has performed 34,676 hometown shows.“I’m still excited about every one as if it were my first,” he says.Isaak has...

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Heading to the Belly of the Blues

January is a busy month for Yukon blues guitarist Brandon Isaak.The Whitehorse and Vancouver-based musician is touring Vancouver’s lower mainland, releasing a new album, and travelling to Memphis, Tennessee to participate...

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Cool comes to Coasters

Donald Ray Johnson is perhaps the coolest man to ever come to Whitehorse.His award-winning voice, steeped in the blues and dripping with the richness of experience, slides over the phone line: “Hey man, how you...

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Rocking the Blues

Montréal native Ryan McNally has loved the blues since he was nine years old … although if you grew up in his hometown you might not know it.With a background playing in bands dedicated to hip hop, metal and rockabilly...

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A grand-slam week for music lovers

If you are a lover of music, this is one fantastic week to be a Yukoner.Check it out: you have Justin Haynes, Jean Martin and Ryan Driver playing at the Old Fire Hall on Saturday; then Don Ross and Brooke Miller will be at the...

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