ReFrame Review: Fanny: The Right to Rock
'Fanny: The Right to Rock!' is a documentary is more than a typical rock biopic. It showcases the rise of Fanny, an all women rock band, who came up against misogyny, racism, homophobia and ageism while vehemently pursuing their right to rock. Decades after disbanding, Fanny has reunited to produce another album. The inspiring come up story brings together the edge of rock and roll and the wholesome bond of lifelong friendships.
The Next Best Option; the Musicfest Livestream
Musicfest's free admission concerts in Del Crary Park have been a staple summer activity in the Peterborough-Nogojiwanong area for decades. However, in the age of COVID-19 and concerts being cancelled for the foreseeable future, Musicfest opted to host their first-ever livestreamed performance while aiming to maintain audience engagement. How did they do it? Elizabeth Mitton sat down with Musicfest's Marketing and Communications Specialist Justin Sutton to find out.
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
To highlight the ever-expanding catalogue of music in the city of Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes region, Spencer Wells provides a detailed list of artist submissions for the 2021 Record Production Month Challenge. This is the final article based on the Revvin Up radio miniseries on Trent Radio.
There's nothing sorted under 'Podcast' for