Lead singer Denver Nixon says the area may not have the music-friendly reputation of the city, but that is on the rise.
C.’s deputy ministers.” The platinum sponsor for the 2014 dinner was Telus, the B. Maritime Employers Association and Spectra Energy were the gold sponsors and Mc Kesson Corp. C., Imperial Oil, Conoco Phillips Canada and Cenovus Energy. Chamber of Commerce, John Winter, appears in a number of photos. C., a group that may have spent up to $2 million on an anti-NDP campaign in advance of this year’s provincial election.
The golf tournament and homecoming dinner all the more surprising because the company made clear in its 2013 Trans Mountain Pipeline application to the National Energy Board that the company’s code of ethics forbids it from donating to political parties.
to be aware that proper venues exist outside of the metro area, and they can cater for big touring acts."Once Lone Free finishes their set, the music industry group piles back on their bus, and heads for the next stop on the tour.
Amped up after their performance, the band members are excited as they exit the stage."It was really cool to play on the bigger stage and in front of some music industry people, so hopefully it'll help us out in the long run," guitarist Xavier Hulse says.
"I went to go see a friend of mine play," he explains.
"It was a double bill, and I got there and I realized that three more artists had been added. and my friend still hadn't played." By the time he got home, he'd planned out a way to achieve something similar but in a shorter time frame.
"And it may seem weird to approach something artistic with sort of an eye to making it more efficient, but that was the idea," he says.
At on a Thursday morning, five friends from Frankston are making some noise.
Lone Free are playing music — loud, hectic sounds that shake the room — to a mostly empty venue.