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  • Trevor Greenway

Don’t forget those good moments in 2022

As we go forward, a look back on some great moments.


As we turn the page on another calendar year, many of us are setting goals to have an even better year than the last one, and in the hubbub of trying to focus on sticking to your New Year’s resolutions, it’s easy to lose sight of the good times many of us had last year.


Here’s my Best Of list for 2022:


Best event – Wakefield Out Loud


STO Union’s Wakefield Out Loud show was one of the most intriguing art shows I’ve ever experienced. STO creative director Nadia Ross filmed 14 locals during the pandemic and invited them back to watch themselves live on screen two years later. The result was an emotional look back on where we all were and where we are all going. Kudos to Ross and STO Union for showing us all what we needed to see.


Best new song – Rebelle’s “Head On Fire”


It’s been a tough few years for musicians in the Hills, but Wakefield band Rebelle spent some time in the studio to record their new track, “Head on Fire.” The raucous track wastes no time getting into its gritty garage-infused rock and boasts vocalist David Taggart’s signature Cobain-esque growl. Give it a listen — it’s sure to set your head on fire.


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