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Photos: So Very Hip

The Tragically Hip performed at Caesars Windsor on Friday, July 3, 2015. 429 more words

Windsor

Photos: The Tragically Hip @ Molson Amphitheatre

Photos by: Jon Wishart – 

Iconic Canadian rockers The Tragically Hip, who released their twelfth album, Now for Plan A, on October 2nd, 2012 via Zoë Records/Universal Music Canada, celebrated Canada Day last night with a performance at the Molson Amphitheatre as part of their ongoing “Fully and Completely Tour”, which features the Kingston-based quintet playing their classic 1992 album of the same name in its entirety.  544 more words

Music

Happy HistoriCanada Day

Well, hello. It’s been a long time, but you all knew I couldn’t let a Canada Day pass without giving you a little piece of Canadiana! 166 more words

Life

Fifty Mission Cap: The Tragically Hip return to Windsor

It’s been a long road for The Tragically Hip’s Fully and Completely tour — which kicked off at the start of this year to commemorate the iconic Canadian rock band’s… 739 more words

Windsor

Tragically Hip's Canada Day Show Proves Gord Downie Is The Nation's Weird Uncle

Somewhere between the burgeoning arena rock of 1991’s Road Apples and 1992’s Fully Completely and the emerging eccentricities of 1998’s Phantom Power, Gord Downie — and, by extension, the rest of his band The Tragically Hip — cemented their status as Canada’s most beloved weird uncles. 839 more words

Music

Semi-drunken post-concert poetry; or, impressions of a small-town rock concert with a big-name Canadian band

Sweaty

Heat is a series of smoky walls sliding open

An invisible atmosphere from another planet come to rest with the music

Echoing

Vibrating

My head and shoulders reverberate… 245 more words

My Memory

As seen in my ‘The Urge to Travel is Magnetic’ post, I described how amazing it feels to travel to brand new places and places that you’ve been to a long time ago. 308 more words

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