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"The multi-award winning singer-songwriter, who moved to Edmonton over 20 years ago after slamming out ‘80s rock hits like We Should Be Lovers, When I Fall (In Love Again) and Overload (which found a place on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack) has a rakish quality that’s reminiscent...

"Even though he’s released five records on his own label (AZ Records) in the past seven years, with little radio play, many long-time fans wondered what happened to the award-winning songwriter. Part of this return to the spotlight is fueled by the artist’s renewed passion...

"Back in the days when vinyl was king and record companies worked closely with radio stations to determine who the next star would be, Alfie Zappacosta was in an awkward position. He was writing hit songs but he didn’t want to turn into the industry’s...

The debut of an outdoor concert at the 2009 Edmonton International Jazz Festival is just one of the things the Edmonton Jazz Festival Society has in store for fans year. "Jazz in the Park" is an all-day outdoor concert to be held at Louise McKinney Park,...

For Immediate Release: EDMONTON September 3rd 2013- The name Alfie Zappacosta evokes a different set of memories for the many fans of his music. It justdepends on what stage of his career you found him in. Nationally, it is Alfie’s 1980’s chart toppers like “Nothing...