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Socalled embraces humanity, hip hop on new album Peoplewatching

Josh Dolgin was sitting in an airport with his pal Fred Wesley — that would be the Fred Wesley, legendary trombonist for funk pioneers James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic. 949 more words

Music

Seven Days, Seven Nights: The Damn Truth, Elephant Stone in a must-see show this week

Monday, March 9

This is the final week to check out the Montréal, Hockey City: From Back Lane to Legend (Montréal, ville de hockey: de la ruelle à la légende) exhibition at Montreal City Hall (275 Notre-Dame St. 827 more words

Entertainment

POP Montreal is a city unto itself

Dan Seligman sat on a couch, underneath the weary old Simcha’s Fruit Market sign hanging on the wall above him.

Simcha’s, as those who have spent time around the Main will know, was a landmark grocery store situated at the corner of St-Laurent Blvd. 1,353 more words

Music

The Socalled Movie

I’ve got a couple of hours to myself this afternoon and searched Netflix for their music documentaries. I almost picked How To Grow A Band… 292 more words

Josh Dolgin's Socalled life

By Bernard Perusse

How many artists get their first song recorded by their hero? That’s the dream, right?

It happened to Josh Dolgin, better known as Socalled, although it’s an oversimplification to put it that way. 809 more words

Arts

The Socalled Movie

The Socalled Movie (2010).  Dir. Garry Beitel.  Prod, Barry Lazar (reFrame Films) & Ravida Din (The National Film Board of Canada). 86 min.

Reviewed by Louis Kaplan… 1,093 more words

Film/Media Review

Frankly, there's nothing so unusual about being a Jewish Cowboy!

Who knew Klezmer could be funky? Seriously! I think the dude needs to come to Toronto.

Arts & Culture