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Unveiling of mural of Daisy Sweeney in Montreal's Little Burgundy neighbourhood, 2018. Image credit: Karl Nerenberg/rabble.ca
Karl Nerenberg | A new Heritage Minute marking Black History Month puts the spotlight on jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. Before he rose to prominence, the musician had an important early mentor: his sister Daisy.
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Jackie Shan publicity photo
Penney Kome | Collectors revere Jackie Shane's soul recordings from the 1960s. Now the musician is being recognized with a nomination for a Grammy.
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Beverly Glenn-Copeland sings in concert. Image: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | Veteran musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland has been discovered by a whole new generation of listeners, who, 40 years later, continue to find his work innovative.
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Jennifer Dales | A tribute to Gord Downie
Book Review
Jessica Rose | Step into the family history of Canadian music trio Kate, Anna and Jane McGarrigle and explore quirky family characters and the ever-present influence of music.
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rabble staff | Loon Choir are a breath of fresh air in the Canadian music scene. This month on Indie Inside, they premiere their new video for "Always Golden."
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rabble staff | One Soul Thrust put the integrity and passion back in modern rock, and raise a ruckus doing so. Read on for this month's Indie Inside!
Columnists
Left in Love | Sam and Roz share their passion for creative expression and the arts in this month's Left in Love -- but will this kindle a radical spark? Find out on our latest lefty date!
Podcast
Episode 156 - Celebratory Activism
Victoria Fenner | In this podcast, we look at the role that art plays in activism.
Podcast
Amanda Bon and the Red Umbrella
Lynn Thompson | Amanda Bon is a singer-songwriter in Ottawa, and just before the rain started, she sat down under the trees to talk with Lynn Thompson.
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Kyp Harness | Kyp Harness writes an open letter to Stephen Harper asking him, "Wouldn't it be better to be the one who saved Canada instead of destroyed it, who preserved it, even conserved it?"
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rabble staff | Award-winning group A Tribe Called Red has released their first music video 'Sisters' from the album 'Nation II Nation.'