The Peak Performance Project, a professional development program to help new and emerging BC artists create careers in the music industry, has just announced their Top 5 finalists for the 2012 competition. Mike Edel placed 5th and receiving $5,000 and JP Maurice placed 4th receiving $10,000. The Top 3 (listed below in no particular order) [...]
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Update your preset stations as you’ll now find The Peak at 102.7 on your FM dial. The frequency swap with Co-Op Radio went into effect today as the world class rock station upgraded from 100.5 to a stronger signal. No longer will you lose the station once you pass Taylor Way on the North Shore, [...]
It’s not always easy to be in a professional partnership with your significant other but it’s a venture that Danielle and Drew McTaggart have taken on with a smile and sky-high ambition. I met up with the pop-rock duo from the band Dear Rouge this morning to talk about how they’ve been selected a Top [...]
The Peak Performance Project is in full swing for 2012 as the Top 20 artists prepare for a summer of development, shows, festivals, and bootcamp prior to their fall showcases — and ultimately the crowning of this year’s winner. I recently interviewed finalist Dominique Fricot and today I spoke with another finalist, Matt Bryant, from [...]
The Peak Performance Project (“PPP”) has recently announced its Top 20 finalists for 2012. Now in its fourth year, the program — in partnership with the Music BC Industry Association — is committed to investing in BC music and hands out $320,000 annually toward the development of it’s top artists. Top 20 Finalists Alexandria Maillot [...]