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New LP ‘Until Tomorrow’ by The Wilderness reveals the Kingston band’s deeper, darker side

The following is an album review written by Pete Sanfilippo, founding member of ‘Kingston Live.’ When The Wilderness took the stage at Skeleton Park Arts Festival in the summer of 2019, they were met with uproarious applause. People got up from their lawn chairs and their picnic blankets to dance

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Kingston Music Scene Year in Review 2019

The Kingston music scene got a nice kickstart to 2019, as the Kingston Live podcast launched its first episode on January 1.  Since then, they have produced 13 episodes, covering a variety of musical genres, along with all the major festivals, and a healthy handful of non-performing people in the

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Stolen guitar returned to local musician

Jonas Lewis-Anthony, lead singer of local rock band The Wilderness, was devastated when he lost his prized 2013 Gibson Hummingbird Pro acoustic guitar in the fall of 2017. On Friday, Jul. 5, 2019, Lewis-Anthony got a text from a friend that the guitar was found, and today he was able

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#ygkPlaylist: May 2015

This month’s #ygkPlaylist includes alternative rockers and CBC Searchlight finalists Lost Cousins, superfolk duo Kris and Dee and folk rocker Jonas Lewis-Anthony. Have a listen to the playlist and be sure to click on the links and find out more about these hardworking Kingston musicians. Lost Cousins:  This Queen’s quintet,

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