Music Notes

The 2014 Pemberton Music Festival lineup is finally out of the bag.
Concert producer David Hawkes has been given free rein.
Scrape Records owner J.J. Caithcart, one of four judges, explained that they were considering “professionalism, song structure, and confidence” in deciding who advanced.
Let’s hope that fictional band Unalaska becomes real band Unalaska at some point.
The school provides music education to at-risk youth at no cost
Strong and Free, the concert that’s been arranged in his honour, is more of a chance to say thanks than goodbye.
Finalists in the PEAK Performance Project will have a chance to collaborate with their Alberta counterparts this year, as the annual competition for emerging artists expands to two provinces.
The Piggy vocalist joins Richard Duguay for some Winnipeg punk classics.
With people lining up outside the Vogue Theatre more than five hours before Amanda Palmer was scheduled to take the stage, #NinjaVan was almost as difficult a ticket to score as TED2014.
It actually began with Avery thinking about this year’s Super Bowl.