Accordion Noir

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Accordion Noir is the name of a music festival and radio show from Vancouver, Canada.

Bruce Triggs and Rowan Lipkovits started Accordion Noir in December of 2006 as an accordion-themed radio show on the Vancouver community radio station CFRO-FM. The festival began in 2007 and has been an annual event since then.

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  1. ^ "Geoff Berner chronicles an ephemeral subculture". Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly. 6 September 2017.
  2. ^ a b Province, The; Entertainment; Arts, Local; Email, Share Last wheeze for Accordion Noir? Let's hope not Tumblr Pinterest Google Plus Reddit LinkedIn; Tumblr; Pinterest; Plus, Google; Reddit; LinkedIn; Email; 'Aladdin' soars at box office, but 'Booksmart' barely passes; out, Carrie Underwood concert review: A. rollicking (country) girls' night; ratings, Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ gig in danger as Stephen Colbert beats him in (31 August 2017). "Last wheeze for Accordion Noir? Let's hope not - The Province".

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