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Curated Playlist: The Town Heroes

This week’s curated playlist was put together by Mike and Bruce of The Town Heroes! These two Cape Breton rockers have been nominated for Music Video Of The Year & Entertainer Of The Year for this year’s East Coast Music Awards.  184 more words

Cape Breton

Concert review: The Tragically Hip perform Fully Completely passionately

One of Gordon Downie’s first lines on the Tragically Hip’s 1992 watershed Fully Completely works as an acerbic directive for touring musicians: “Quickly, follow the unknown with something more familiar.” His reading didn’t sound acerbic Friday at the Bell Centre. 782 more words


The franchise industry will one day not be built on a wage subsidy from the poor.

There are consequences to driving  wages down below a certain point.

Because you can do something does not necessarily mean you should.

Morning Moon… 9 more words


Review: Tragically Hip bring Fully Completely to life at MTS Centre

  • The Tragically Hip
  • Fully Completely Tour
  • MTS Centre, Feb. 14, 2015
  • Four stars out of five

An enduring love for The Tragically Hip is the only thing that remains from  a horrible relationship in my early 20s. 581 more words


Photos: Asaf Avidan, NEFE @ The Opera House

Photos by: Janine Wong – 

Israeli folk rock singer-songwriter Asaf Avidan, who released his second solo album, Gold Shadow, on January 12th, 2015 via Telmavar Records / Columbia, which features the singles “Over My Head”, “Gold Shadow”, and “Little Parcels of an Endless Time”, which follows his debut solo album, … 233 more words


Review: Tragically Hip bring the nostalgia fully completely to Saddledome crowd

“Quickly, something familiar.”

There’s a subtext to nostalgia that’s not entirely flattering.

It means you find it necessary to look back or that you want to because the present isn’t giving you what you crave or living up to expectations. 732 more words


Photos: Tragically Hip fully and completely rock Saddledome in Calgary

One of Canada’s most beloved bands once again made a stop in Calgary Monday night, and yet again brought the crowd to its knees.

The Tragically Hip, long a mainstay on the Canadian music scene, were in town at the Scotiabank Saddledome while on their Fully and Completely 2015 North American Tour.