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Category Archives: Performance Review

Halloween Howl

Halloween Howl

Junction City was host to four bands that were fronted by female singers. If that was not fun enough to get through the door, each band did were a costume to add to the celebration. The place soon was filling up with its guise and ghouls! HaHa. The first band to get on stage was… Continue Reading

Cosmic Blues

Cosmic Blues

Cosmic Ray brought along a whole host of friends for a friendly jam session to the Gladstone hotel. The place was filled with friends and family and people wandering off the street to see what the noise was all about. A wall of noise would describe this Friday evening. It was filled with loud, rough… Continue Reading

An Englishman in Toronto

An Englishman in Toronto

John Young from Lifesigns flew over to Toronto to say hi! He brought a couple of friends with him. There was Astrid Young , who joke that they were the fluffers opening for John. Astrid played the 12 string, which she kept on tuning between sets, because she cared. Her partner in crime was Saskie… Continue Reading

Choir, Choir, Choir!

Choir, Choir, Choir!

There is a company who are championing the legalization of Weed in Toronto. We are now only days away from this becoming a reality. Up just made this pre-party to what is about to happen. You could smell the celebration in the air as we were getting ready for Choir , Choir, Choir. What is… Continue Reading

Sugar Rush at the CNE

Sugar Rush at the CNE

It is a great summer night and if you were riding some great rides at the EX, you would want to take a break and see some awesome music provided you by both Crown Lands and Big Sugar. Crown Lands came on stage like two wailing banshees. Kevin Comeau did what he does best, flipping… Continue Reading

The Mono- Wails!

The Mono- Wails!

There is a new space in Toronto to do fun activities. It is called the Bentway. It lies under the Gardiner just east of the CNE. I went skating there in the winter and now in summer, it hosted The Monowhales. They came out with their love letter to Toronto, “Home”. The energy just grew… Continue Reading

ELOOOOOOH!

ELOOOOOOH!

What can I say, but Toronto showed up to this sold out show, with excitement in tacked. It has been 34 years since ELO has played Toronto. Before the show we were entertained by the house music, which was clearly represented by Jeff Lynne’s former partners in the Travelling Wilburys.  We were listening to George… Continue Reading