Authors Articles by Josh Fewings

Articles by Josh Fewings

Josh Fewings
121 Articles
Josh Fewings is a local writer and musician who plays with Mayhemingways, Grainne and the Sons of Birches, Occam's Blazer, and Slim Picket and the Union Cards. He's a regular contributor to kawarthaNOW, covering music, musicians, and upcoming concerts. You can follow Josh on Twitter at @JFew82.
Harlan Pepper (clockwise from bottom left: Dan Edmonds, Thompson Wilson, Jimmy Hayes, Marlon Nicolle) headline the music at Ribfest on Friday night (publicity photo)

Music (and food!) for every taste at Peterborough Ribfest

Harlan Pepper and The Weber Brothers headline the non-stop music at Ribfest this weekend (July 12-14).
Stephen Fearing (publicity photo by Kevin Kelly)

Stephen Fearing coming to The Spill in April

Juno Award winner's new album "Between Hurricanes" reflects the songsmith's numerous life changes.
Willie P. Bennett performing at a benefit in his honour at Peterborough's Market Hall on July 27, 2007 (photo: Rainer Soegtrop)

A True Blue Valentine

Celebrating Willie P. Bennett five years after his passing with a tribute at The Garnet on February 17th
Tom Thompson Multimedia Project (Photo:

Seven Ways to Fully Enjoy Artsweek Peterborough

Artsweek 2012 runs September 7-14 with artistic events and endeavours across Peterborough.
Enjoying the Peterborough Folk Festival is so easy to do (photo: Elizabeth Thipphawong)

2012 Peterborough Folk Festival

The 2012 Peterborough Folk Festival celebrates 23 years in 2012, runs August 24th to 26th, and expands to three main sites in Peterborough.
Poster for The Hootenanny On Hunter Street (photo: Peterborough DBIA)

Fun and Affordable Entertainment Ideas for the Summer – Part 2

Our second installment describing free or inexpensive activities you can enjoy during summer in Peterborough and The Kawarthas.
Fans are delighted as a band rocks out on the Fred Anderson stage at Little Lake MusicFest (photo: Little Lake MusicFest)

Fun and Affordable Entertainment Ideas for the Summer – Part 1

Our first installment describing free or inexpensive activities you can enjoy during summer in Peterborough and The Kawarthas.
Performers rehearse a dance scene from "The Auction" (photo by Jill Keene)

Original Opera “The Auction” Graces Westben Stage

Westben’s world premiere presentation of “The Auction” is not a typical opera in its rural Canadian setting, yet it stays true to the essence of what opera is about. Opera is an art form often steeped in rich emotion, with each character expressing themselves fully through song. “The Auction” tells the story of how a family is impacted when farming proves to no longer be sustainable for them.
Chris Thomas King

How Hollywood Made the “King of 21st Century Blues” Famous

Hip-hop blues musician Chris Thomas King talks about how his role in the 2000 Coen brothers' film O Brother, Where Art Thou? affected his career, and discusses his new record "Antebellum Postcards".
Petunia - photo by Ed Araquel

Petunia Returns to Peterborough June 8 – The Garnet

Fans of old-time country will be transported to the days of traveling troubadours when musical artist Petunia returns to The Garnet on Friday, June 8th (9:30pm/$10).

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