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By on August 19, 2010


By on August 18, 2010

For those of you who weren’t there here is part one


By on June 23, 2010

Taken direct from the board at Whitewater Gallery Acoustic Night and compressed for your at-home listening enjoyment. Episode #8 features music from Mikey Chewbacca, Carmen Monette with Jacques Plante, Weekend Dad, Jonesy Y. Knoxville,  Feels Like Yesterday and Ryan Problems… hey! That’s me! This episode is hosted as always by North Bay Scene’s own Michael [..]

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By on May 16, 2010

This episode of the North Bay Scene Podcast hosted as always by our own Micheal Powers Steel Favretto features music and interviews with Hamilton’s B.A. Johnston and the Baker Muck Rattlers from Oshawa, Ontario. We also have a song from local acoustic artist, Matt Dent. You may remember Matt as the drummer in such bands [..]

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By on March 2, 2010

The Trailer Park Boys are stopping in at North Bay’s Capitol Centre on March 6th as part of their Drunk, High and Unemployed Tour. Our Capitol Centre insider, Katelyn Favretto interviewed Canada’s favorite drug addicted felons over the phone.

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By on November 27, 2009

Here is the fifth episode, finally. I have been procrastinating Like a banshee, whatever that means. Featuring a rant entitled “Reduce Your Carbon Footprint…Kill yourself”. As well my Post Apocalyptic Motivational speaking at the North Bay Zombie Walk.


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He has played in numerous bands over the years, from Country to Jazz to Classic Rock, and is currently the percussionist with up and coming North Bay Band, Twysted Roots. You won’t want to miss the entertainment this Saturday July 23rd… Verdon Vaillancourt is a life-long North Bay & Area musician and craftsman. He has opened for numerous Canadian touring acts such as Wax Mannequin and B.A. Johnston and also shared the stage and opened.



With their banjos, mandolins, dobros, scrap metal pieces and other instruments in tow, Winnipeg’s The Crooked Brothers will play Nipissing Village on Friday Aug. 19. The special “dinner and concert” showcase happens at Piebird Bed & Breakfast (113 Chapman’s Landing Road, Nipissing Village, ON).