The Halifax Musicphile Celebrates 4-Years of Writing About The East Coast Music Scene

4 years ago today (September 20, 2016), I started The Halifax Musicphile blog.

The first write-up was about a Songwriter Circle (featuring John MacPhee of Paper Lions, Christina Martin, Dylan Guthro, Andrew James O’Brien & Steve MacDougall) and Slowcoaster concert on Argyle Street as part of the Neptune Theatre Street Party.  Here is a link to the post:

http://thehalifaxmusicphile.blogspot.ca/2012/09/songwriters-circle-and-slowcoaster-at.html

At the time, the blog was on “blogspot” where it remained until the end of 2012.  At that time, it moved to it’s current WordPress location.

In four short years, I have managed to publish over 400 posts, including numerous CD and concert reviews.  Along the way, I have had the privilege of meeting many wonderful and supportive people (music fans, artists, industry personnel, concert venue/bar owners, etc).     When I started this blog, I could never have envisioned how welcoming you all have been.   It’s been enjoyable and I look forward to at least four more years of writing about East Coast music.

Next month I begin a new chapter of my East Coast Music scene coverage as I begin to volunteer with Community Radio CIOE (97.5 on the dial in the Halifax area and you can also stream online).  I will be hosting a new program called “Fresh From The East Coast”, focusing on current East Coast music.  I am also looking into hosting a couple of other East Coast music programs.

So, thank’s all!  See you at a concert!

Martin

 

 

 

 

 

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