Waving the East Coast fun flag one episode at a time – It’s Sea and be Scene TV with your host Stephanie Beaumont. Originally broadcast on Bell Aliant’s Community One channel, extended versions are repost on seaandbescene.com. Part two in the series can be seen below.
Part two of Sea and Be Scene TV’s coverage of the 2012 Festival. Discover more of the places and personalities of Canada’s East Coast at seaandbescene.com
The 2012 Music Nova Scotia Music & Industry Award Winners were announced Sunday night in Liverpool and Celtic Colours alumni were among the 50 winners. Keith Mullins took home two awards - Educator of the Year and Children’s Recording of the Year for The Wood Buffalo Youth Song Project, a collaboration with songwriter Thom Swift. Dylan Guthro won New Artist Recording of the Year for All That’s True, Rose Cousins won Folk Recording of the Year for her album We Have Made A Spark, Carleton Stone won Rock Recording of the Year for his self-titled album and The Barra MacNeils won Classical Recording of the Year for The Barra MacNeils with Symphony Nova Scotia Live in Concert.
The 16th annual Nova Scotia Music Week comes to Cape Breton next November when Sydney plays host.