Tag: live music review

MARINA Shines, Even Without Her Diamonds

Marina Diamandis dreamed of one day having her own band. As the frontwoman, naturally, it would be named after her, though she’d skew her last name with creative license (as I likely just did in those opening sentences). The first…

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Moving On with The Who at Scotiabank Arena

The collective resume of The Who sadly halved to guitarist and vocalist, Pete Townshend and vocalist and guitarist (there IS a distinction) Roger Daltrey is daunting to type out despite reams of available research. More than a band, this English…

P!NK Live at Scotiabank Arena

On Sunday, August 18, 2019, P!NK returned to Toronto for the first of two nights of her Beautiful Trauma Tour in the city, which were rescheduled from an earlier date due to illness. The energy in the room was electric…

ADDICTED at Osheaga, 3 Days of Canada’s Best Music Festival

Words by Doug Sutcliffe. Photos by Katrina Lat For 2019, Osheaga returns to its old grounds following major re-construction work on Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal. The result; a larger park with increased capacity at the cost of some less…

40 Years of the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal

2019 marked the 40th anniversary of arguably the best jazz and one of the best music festivals in the world. To celebrate, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal in partnership with the new Cultural Policy of the City of…

U.S. Girls at the Opera House

2018 ended well for Meg Remy’s U.S. Girls project. Her album, In A Poem Unlimited, found itself atop many music critics’ ‘best of the year’ lists. Chockful of political and societal callouts, the album delivered its messages via slinky grooves…

Kick Out The Jams – Phish Returns To Toronto

Quarterly tours and concerts numbering in the hundreds each year was once the modus operandi of Phish. Formed in 1983 in Burlington, Vermont, the quartet cut their teeth playing likely every single college town in the northeast. By the mid-90s, this…