In the November issue cover story we look at the past, present, and future of music in the city. For the past we delve into the life of Hugh Le Caine, the inventor of the first synthesizer and one of the pioneers of electronic music. We also speak with rock and roll legend Bobby Curtola, who was the first Canadian musician to make it big in the States. Thunder Bay musicians have contributed to the music scene well beyond our community and our country, and this trend continues with the likes of Coleman Hell. We talk to the singer-songwriter about his new album, his North American tour, and his rise to stardom. And for the future, we feature six bands/musicians each diverse in sound and making their musical mark in the city. Plus we profile some of the unsung heroes of Thunder Bay’s music scene.

This issue uses our improved digital magazine interface. The new version is full of new and enhanced features: pinch to zoom while viewing on tablets and devices,  Facebook and Twitter are now integrated into ads and links throughout the issue, extra features are available on tablet and devices, cleaner and crisper images, as well as enhancements to the mobile app viewer. Check it out by clicking on the image below:

The Walleye: November 2015