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The singer from Victoria says her constant changes in language and genre make her a “complicated artist.”. She says her new album “The Ride” is her most raw material to date.
Folk musician Andy Brown will perform at the Arts Station on Oct. 15. Tickets now on sale.
Today is the last chance to apply for your work of art to be included in The Arts Station’s third annual year-end art show and sale.
The story of a 90s band that went beyond grunge is showing in Fernie.
Chasing Ice is the latest award winning flick to be presented by Indie Films Fernie.
1,500 concert goers were treated to the best lineup in Canadian Indie music.
Fernie-based artist Melanie MacVoy recently had the opportunity to participate in the Art in the Park program.
Canadian indie-rockers, Born Ruffians, are gearing up to play Fernie in August when they headline the Wapiti Music Festival.
The Small Glories, a near-perfect harmonic folk duo will be stopping in Fernie on Thursday, April 27 at The Arts Station.
Almost two years after Fernie’s first Lantern Festival, Art on Fire, plans are in the works for a second installment.
On March 25, music and painting were combined to produce an abundance of sensorial stimulation at Infinitea T-Bar & Boutique.
The group art show kicked off on March 23 with over 60 people present. At times, so many you could barely move.
Andrea Superstein played an intimate show at The Arts Station last Wednesday along with drummer Nino DiPasquale and pianist Jen Lewin.
Juno Award nominees and triple Canadian Folk Music Awards winners, Sultans of String, are making their way to Fernie on April 4.
On March 24, 25 and 26, The Arts Station will proudly present The Curse of the Lumberjack King, a comedy written by Lindsay Vallance.
Award-winning singer/songwriters who make up the band, Big Little Lions, played their hearts out to a full house at The Arts Station.
Catherine MacLellan, will be stopping in Fernie on March 23 at The Arts Station.
The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.
Dirtwire, a southern-states “Swamptronica” band will be bringing their upbeat Electro-world sound to The Royal on Saturday, March 18.
Yukon Blonde, a five-piece West Coast indie rock band tore up the stage at a free outdoor concert at Station Square on March 4.