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Hank Karr

Music@MacBride

The MacBride Museum of Yukon History has been hosting Music@MacBride, a series of evening shows by local musicians, for 12 years, and will continue this winter in the newly renovated MacBride Museum Aurora Hall.“I started...

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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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A musical journey through time

Two weeks: that’s all Hank Karr came for, and that’s when his love affair with the Yukon began.But, as a clock chimes (his wife, Pam, likes clocks), the Saskatchewan-born singer/songwriter rewinds just a bit, to an...

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See Hank Karr’s Yukon

Hank Karr’s music is a part of the Yukon landscape.It’s only natural that he would present his music on a DVD, where it can be accompanied by images of the landscape and the Yukon culture that he sings...

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Musical Friends

They’re doing it One More Time.For the fifth year in a row, two of the Yukon’s most popular – certainly most durable – musical groups are teaming up for a show loaded with nostalgia and upbeat melodies.Hank Karr and...

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