Local Music Scene Thriving!


The Urban BoutiqueTHUNDER BAY – The team at The Urban Boutique Multi Media Group have heard some in our community ask, “Is our local entertainment scene dying?” The answer is “Of course not!”

If anything the local music scene is flourishing out of control in Thunder Bay. In part the scene goes out to the local businesses bar owners, and the music promoters who have seen the results on a weekly basis, as the Next Generation of incredible talent overflows onto the scene.

Have you ever wondered, “Who are these Artists/Musicians who grace the stages of our local venues weekly?,” asks Raechel Reed with The Urban Boutique. “In some ways, it has been a struggle in our small city to get exposure so far from the central core of entertainment in Canada”.

“Unfortunately, there has not been a place in the media, until now, that specifically showcases or profiles our grassroots entertainment, in such a way that we can really get to know them on a professional and personal level so we can better understand , and then support our local Union of Musicians in Thunder Bay”, shares Reed.

On a regular basis, The Urban Boutique Multi Media Group will showcase our local talent of every genre in the Thunder Bay region, via Netnewsledger.com and TheSleepingGiant.ca.

You will be able to view clips of the interviews, and videos of the groups and solo artists. As well we will feature special segments with our local models, photographers, makeup and hair designers, and videographers all networking to create ‘Massive Media Explosions’ in the upcoming weeks.


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