All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

I love discovering new bands and a new band that I just discovered is Getaway Van and so had to to hit them up to see if we could do an interview. It was a great conversation and I hope...
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As my readers will know, I’m all about the hustle and when I see artists taking that extra mile to create a career for themselves, it is artists that I would like to interview. I recently have been watching Schara...
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A while back, I got to sit down with Vancouver’s Her Brothers, a trio of three brothers and got to talk about their music. They have a distinct sound, a lively, refined pop taking inspiration from a mix of styles...
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A copy of the letter that I just emailed to the mayor and his council — I would encourage each and every one of you to write one too! Dear Mayor McCullum I just saw the announcement of the postponing...
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Just saw this article about Baby it’s cold outside being pulled by a radio station in the Cleveland Ohio and felt I had to comment on it — it is a song that I’ve always struggled with ….. be sure...
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Join our advance students and professional singers from our community in a special project celebrating the season. The music is all newly composed music from local composers as well Pentatonix  inspired performances. We will be joined by guitarist, Luis Angel...
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We are excited to announce that we will be moving into a bigger space soon for our Musical Theatre program — which means MORE SPOTS for your children. We are thrilled! Sign up today and refer friends and family If...
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  A question that keeps coming up in my artist consulting is — “is being signed to a label even worth it anymore in this day and age?” For me after a short period of being a signed artist, I...
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I recently had the opportunity to sit down with BLAKE HAVARD who has been a part of the fibre of the Vancouver music scene for a number of years. When I was first starting out, he was one of the first...
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