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Music review: Doyle and the Ladies put on a party

Barenaked Ladies with Alan Doyle
Southam Hall, National Arts Centre
Reviewed Saturday night

When a long tour comes to an end, it’s a tradition for road-fried musicians to have a little more fun on the final night. 819 more words

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Barenaked and strong: Ladies revel in rockstar moment

Barenaked Ladies have had a rollercoaster of a career in the last 27 years, but for drummer Tyler Stewart, it’s going to be hard to top what happened during a concert in Toronto earlier this week. 895 more words

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Barenaked Ladies - Massey Hall, Toronto - November 13, 2015

Review by Jesse Espana

Barenaked Ladies set a milestone by playing their 20th show at Toronto’s Massey Hall. The quintessential Canadian rockers have been at it for 27 years, and Barenaked Ladies gave the crowd everything and more. 641 more words


Photos: Barenaked Ladies @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Julian Avram –

Toronto-based alt rock band Barenaked Ladies, who released their eleventh album, Silverball, on June 2nd, 2015 via Vanguard Records, which featured the singles “Say What You Want”, and “Duct Tape Heart”, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night.  270 more words


Barenaked Ladies make it a night to remember

Expectations were high Wednesday night and so were the beer prices. But $7 bottles of O16 weren’t enough to detract from the fun and lively show put on by the Barenaked Ladies. 377 more words

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Barenaked Ladies keep things fresh while keeping together

What could be taken for granted and overlooked, is now being viewed through a clearer, possibly more appreciative eye.

Specifically that’s in reference to the B.C. 999 more words


Brothers in music: Jim and Andy Creeggan find the right note

Jim and Andy Creeggan began in music together by singing in a junior choir at church in Scarborough.

It was the start of a journey that has brought fame, fortune and lots of good times to the brothers. 896 more words

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