Charley Pride Planning 2014 Canadian Tour

Charley Pride has been performing internationally for over 45 years. Now well into his 70s, he isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon. He will return to Canada in May and June for appearances in six provinces including Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Saskatchewan. “I’ve played all of the provinces in [...] Read More

GAC Album Review: Terri Clark’s Classic

Those looking for what traditionalists call country are hereby requested in the listening room. On her tenth studio album, Terri Clark – the Alberta, Canada native with a Music City soul – dishes up 11 of the genre’s most cherished possessions on a strikingly heartfelt collection. The aptly titled Classic, now available in the states [...] Read More

Colt Ford Looks Forward to First International Tour

Colt Ford is set to head out on his first international tour. He’ll be the special guest on the Canadian leg of Eric Church’s The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour, traveling from coast-to-coast beginning January 31 in Abbotsford, BC and wrapping February 15 in Lethbridge, AB. “Opening for Eric Church is a huge honor for [...] Read More

Winthrop VP Brien Lewis Named Catawba College President

Brien Lewis, Winthrop University’s vice president for university development and alumni relations, was announced today as the 23rd president of Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. Lewis has held many titles at Winthrop since his arrival in 1999 as executive assistant to the president and secretary to the Board of Trustees. He took over leadership in [...] Read More

Fort Mill schools win College Board honor

Fort Mill is one of two districts in South Carolina named to the AP District Honor Roll by the College Board. More than 360 school districts nationwide and in Canada are on the AP Honor Roll. The distinction recognizes their success at increasing access to advanced placement courses while maintaining or increasing the percentage of [...] Read More