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It isn’t every day that you get to witness an incredible musician’s first official gig ever. You’d be lucky to witness 3 or 4 of these gigs in your lifetime if you’re lucky. We were that lucky. At the last Songwriter Circle (circa Feb. 17, 2012) we had 4 great local songwriters (Graham Ord, Bethany […]Continue Reading
The panel discussion event we are hosting Mar. 2 as part of the Lille Gard Discussion Series called “An Artist’s Eye on the World” was recently featured in the local paper… we decided to repost it because we’re nice. We also have just confirmed that Zachari Smith will be playing some music at the event […]Continue Reading
UPDATE: All tickets SOLD OUT! As part 2 of our Lille Gard Discussion Series leading up to the Lille Gard Festival, we are honoured to host an evening with New York Times Best-Selling Author Wm. Paul Young – creator of the controversial book The Shack. Young will share his thoughts and incredible story about how he has […]Continue Reading
This article was passed on to us by our friends involved with We Make Stuff. It was written by Betty Spackman in an article called “Wounded for Our Visual Transgressions…” published by Transpositions. Reposted with permission. Good art opens the mind and emotions. It stretches one’s perspective, questions one’s beliefs, agitates apathy, and invites one to explore […]Continue Reading
There’s nothing like free love songs and for you last minute lovers looking for a last minute playlist to fill the airwaves with some Valentines romance. There’s a great service called Noisetrade.com (indie musicians, you should definitely check this out) that is offering 25 free love songs from some great artists like Paper Route, Josh Ritter, […]Continue Reading
Speak in now immediate, common vowels, consonants. Let slush piles smolder. Is cracks the surface ripples out and out again, meets edges of sweet tansy, yellow iris, squirming dens of otter kits along the muddy banks. Choke back prophecy, promise only tangible. Wrench now from ragged throat barbs of bloody words that mean something. Now […]Continue Reading
Originally posted here by singer/songwriter Michael Gungor (with a tip of the hat to Russ Rosen & Michael Donley for finding this). Gungor brings up some taboo issues with the Christian Music Industry and had no shortage of responses with about 1000 comments on his blog. What are your thoughts on the industry? When you are in a […]Continue Reading
An Artist’s Eye on the World is a discussion and networking time facilitated by leading Okanagan artists and activists. This event is Part 1 of the 2012 Lille Gard Discussion Series and sponsored by Global Citizen Week taking place here in Kelowna. There will also be a musical performance by musician and activist Zachari Smith. Location: Bottega Farm Inn | 4485 […]Continue Reading
Another great lineup of local singer/songwriters from Kelowna sharing their tunes & stories “in the round” including Zachari Smith, Joelle Fuller, & Pauline Kyllonen. LOCATION: Streaming Cafe | 596 Leon Ave., Kelowna, BC (map) BIOS: Zachari Smith Zachari Smith is a singer/songwriter and multi-intrumentalist. Zachari has released two solo albums as well as an album with his dad, Andrew […]Continue Reading
Zachari Smith will be discussing the artist’s responsibility to their society as well as what it is like to be a full-time musician at 24. Zachari Smith is a singer/songwriter and multi-intrumentalist. Zachari has released two solo albums as well as an album with his dad, Andrew Smith (andrewandzacharismith.com). He is also a member of […]Continue Reading
Bottega Festival July 17th and 18th
July 17 2015
BOTTEGA FESTIVAL IS A MUSIC AND ARTS COMMUNITY GATHERING IN KELOWNA BC NESTLED IN…
- lunette de vue ray ban: I cannot thank you enough for the blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Really...
- Janice Clark: The longing for personal connection in community yet the fear of vulnerability is what keeps us from...
- Mary Anne Bale: thank you…it is beautiful..listening to it here in Africa.
InnCluded is a music compilation to benefit those without a home. Tribehouse has put together a fine music compilation to benefit “Inn From The Cold” homeless shelter in Kelowna BC.
The project is called…
Adam Dickens – TAKING PICTURES, CHANGING LIVES
Adam Dickens is a photographer and designer based in London, working in the UK, East Africa and Asia.
Adam Dickens’ design work is very well known in the UK having built…
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