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Kim Barlow

Performing about 60 shows Outside each year, we should not be surprised that the Yukon's own Kim Barlow has a lot of friends in the music business. And when she asked five of them to join her in an ensemble to take on tour, it is interesting to see Read more

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With Kim Barlow’s recent departure from the Yukon, the local music scene appeared to have lost its most well-known singer-songwriter. However, Blue Hibou, Barlow's collaboration with Hélène Beaulieu and Micah Smith, suggests that we may not know her Read more

Yukon Music

Kim Barlow's Send-Off Concert will feature Barlow playing with Helene Beaulieu, Dave Haddock, Andrea McColeman, Lonnie Powell and Micah Smith, as well as special guests Kim Beggs, Natalie Edelson Bob Hamilton and Daniel Janke. Read more

Yukon Music

Founded in 1998, the YWIM collective brings together female singer-songwriters who pool their talent and resources for concerts and recording opportunities. To date, it has released a live album, a sampler of pre-recorded tracks and a more cohesive Read more

Yukon Music

"They'll each be mentoring different aspects," Beggs explains. "Everyone has their strength. It might be performance, it might be about the music biz or it might be about song writing. Or it might be about singing. Or it might be about expression." Read more

Yukon Music

Buddy Tabor, from Juneau, Alaska, is a great friend of the Yukon music scene. He's performed at countless festivals, collaborated with local musicians and his songs are frequently covered live and on recordings. Read more

Yukon Music

The Town of Faro will soon be taken over by teenage girls on a mission. Musical instruments in hand, they will immerse themselves in music for a four-day weekend at the first-ever Faro Girls Music Camp, beginning June 2. Read more

Faro

If you have, you'll understand why the Yukon's Kim Barlow, a renowned cellist and banjo player, likes to keep 8,000 km between her and her Spring Breakup collaborator, former Ontarian now Newfoundland resident Matthias Kom, the lead singer and Read more

Yukon Music

Beggs' songwriting really stands out on this CD. She uses concrete imagery to convey the emotional meaning of her songs. Her use of bones -- in Bring Out Your Bones,Firewater Bones and The Longest Dream -- refers to a feeling that goes straight to th Read more

Yukon Music

Everyone loves a "lovable rogue". In the Guild Society's musical comedy, The Man From the Capital, you get 20 rogues to pick from. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Pulling together Yukon acts – Speed Control, Twisters, The WiskeyDicks and Ben Mahony – Peters says they will get maximum exposure on the Friday night, Sept. 25. Read more

Yukon Music

Teetering in heels, gloves, a cocktail dress and a 1950s prom dress, Jessica and I took our seats. The lights dimmed. Musicians Kim Barlow, Kyle Cashen and Fiona Solon took up their instruments to begin their ritual of "Formal Mondays." Read more

Yukon Arts

The "primer coat" of this CD may be old-time mountain music, but to leave the description there, would be grossly simplistic and leave a false impression of what is contained within these tracks. Read more

Yukon Music

Classically trained in guitar and well-versed in the banjo, Kim Barlow has been releasing albums of her own hauntingly beautiful roots/folk music for years, notably in her 2003 Juno award-nominated album, Gingerbread and in 2007's Champ. Read more

Yukon Music

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 Yukon Arts Centre.... Read more

Yukon Music

Performing about 60 shows Outside each year, we should not be surprised that the Yukon's own Kim Barlow has a lot of friends in the music business. And when she asked five of them to join her in an ensemble to take on tour, it is interesting to see Read more

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A group of movie lovers gathers on a frigid Sunday in Whitehorse. In an apartment living room, they watch movies and eat popcorn. They laugh with a good comedy and are swept away with a gripping drama. But the home of Yukon Film Society president Mic Read more

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