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time travel & fireworks & canada day

Hello, friend…

This fine country I live in, Canada, celebrated it’s 149th birthday today (as I write this it is still July 1st). And that means one thing… fireworks. 519 more words

An American's Take On Being A Glass Tiger Fan: 30 Years Later

To me the songs “Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)” and  “Someday”are synonymous with each other.  If you listen to both songs, it’s as if the lyrics go together.   864 more words


Looking Back: Glass Tiger's "The Thin Red Line" - Thirty Years Later

“The Thin Red Line”

released by Capitol Records on June 11, 1986

Thanks for giving the world 30 years of great music.

 Here’s to giving future generations the same kind of listening pleasure. 78 more words


Heart Of Fashion 2016 In Support Of The Interventional Radiology Suite@Bridal Path(Sat.,May 14th,2016)

On Saturday, May 14th, it was a unforgettable night of fashion, food and entertainment under an absolutely stunning marquee tent in the Bridle Path ravine beyond the gates of Glendon. 127 more words


Photos: Alan Frew, Gord Deppe @ The Great Hall

Photos by: David Scala –

Alt-rock singer-songwriter Alan Frew, who is best known as the lead singer of Canadian pop-rock band Glass Tiger, and who released his newest solo album, 80290 Rewind, in 2015, which offers Frew’s take of some of the best-loved hit songs from the 1980s, performed at The Great Hall in Toronto last night with synthpop/new wave artist Gord Deppe, who is best known as the frontman for 1980s new wave band Spoons. 276 more words


Glass Tiger "Someday"

Lately I seem to be stuck in the wonderful musical world we all know as the 80’s. Sometimes I dive in for hours at a time, getting lost, remembering and feeling good. 146 more words