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Lucie D and the Immortals

There is a new sound in town! On Thursday June 21, Lucie D and the Immortals will debut their new EP, Les Thèmes de la Vie (Themes of Life), from 7 to 9 p.m. at Baked Café. The new collaborative band consists of Lucie...

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Not your grandma’s chamber music

Musical ear candy – that’s how Daniel Janke describes the Problematic Orchestra.“It’s pretty wacky music,” he said of the 20-person chamber music group he directs. “Some of it is very playful, as the title implies.“It’s not...

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There’s a New Drummer in Town

Meet Lee Campese, Yukon’s most recent import and the latest addition to the groovy rhythmic assemblage, Major Funk and the Employment.Campese, who has been drumming for 18 years, is no stranger to the spotlight, but this summer...

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An Evolution of Music and Friendship

It was 30 years ago, but Andrea McColeman still remembers what Lucie Desaulniers was wearing the first time they got together to jam: neon leggings and a fitness headband (à la Olivia Newton John) propping up her permed ‘do.All...

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A Feast of Jazz

Jazz lovers in Whitehorse often look at each other and say, “There’s so much music going on. And so much jazz!” And there is.We are blessed with an embarrassment of riches when it comes to the arts.However, jazz pianist Grant...

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Getting Down to Motown

A nun, another nun, and a mystery illness all contributed to the development of Lucie Desaulniers as a singer.Growing up in the small Manitoba community of St. Jean Baptiste, not far from the U.S. border, Desaulniers attended a...

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Making her Own Trail

“It’s sort of like a straightforward country approach to old-school, ’30s vocal jazz,” she says.“I would say it’s got folk roots, a bit of blues and bluegrass, but jazz is sort of where I draw inspiration from...

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