JUBILEE: Sam Cash making a connection with the East Coast

Sam Cash might be a Toronto-born, Toronto-based singer-song writer, but he has a great affinity for the East Coast. Not only does he praise East Coast crowds but he lists guys like Joel Plaskett, Matt Mays and Adam Baldwin among his principal influences. “I feel the closest connection to people out there,” Cash said. “Out […]

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JUBILEE: Reeny Smith blurs the lines of her influences

Even so early into her career, there’s a lot that’s been said about Reeny Smith. At 23, even before releasing music and setting her career in motion, she’s had the uncanny ability to seemingly win any music award she’s been near and comes into Jubilee just having wrapped a one-year Artist in Residence program at […]

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JUBILEE: The Motorleague motoring to Jube stage

The Motorleague is heading back on the road supporting their third full-length album Holding Patterns, and is taking their show to the Jube stage Friday night. The band has recently announced the reissue of their 2009 ECMA winning debut album Black Noise. The LP has been re-mixed and re-mastered by Steve Rizun (who produced Acknowledge, […]

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JUBILEE: The Glorious Sons rolling into Jube with some raw rock and roll

A raw sounding sort of rock is what brought The Glorious Sons together and now they’re bringing their sound back to the Maritimes. Singer Brett Emmons, once a Haligonian for some time, is excited to come back to what he calls a second home. “We’ve had a lot of amazing shows in Halifax and out […]

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JUBILEE: Legendary Minglewood’s star will shine Friday night

Recently, at a Canada Day show in Westville, Matt Minglewood joked that he’s so old he’s on 8-Track. The truth within the joke is that he’s fortunate enough to have a career that has seen the 8-Track, cassette and CD rise and fall, and vinyl die only to be resurrected. Minglewood may have never expected […]

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