Category Archives: Performance Review

Il Divo – Casinorama

Il Divo – Casinorama

Article written by BT Guest author: Maureen Vitelli Il Divo brought their international pop/classical crossover hits to Casino Rama last night. They opened the show with a spectacular version of the theme from Titanic, “My Heart will Go On”. They also performed what they called their very best spanning their 14 years together as a band.… Continue Reading

Le Grow is La Grand

Le Grow is La Grand

On Friday night, Elise LeGrow and her band played a free concert on the patio of Roy Thompson Hall. I got there just before she got on stage to find a full house waiting in anticipation for this songstress to come aboard and soothe each and every soul. It was a very civilized audience sitting… Continue Reading

2017: A Space Odyssey

2017: A Space Odyssey

There were two bands playing at Cherry Cola’s and created a musical journey for a small but open crowd. There were moments of nebulas and white dwarfs floating from spectator’s eyes.  These two bands are quite used to taking their passengers on a warp speed transmigration around the universe in 80 minutes. The bands I… Continue Reading

Rushing in the Art Park

Rushing in the Art Park

It was a beautiful Toronto summer night and we had two of the most entrenched fans playing their music on stage at the Lee Lifeson Art Park in Willowdale this night. If you are a Rush fan, you would have been treated to a blend of great progressive rock from the glorious past. Jason Moon,… Continue Reading

Blue Moon over Dakota

Blue Moon over Dakota

In the dark warm basement of the Dakota Tavern, a handful of people are enjoying their Portuguese chicken from just down the street. I would know, I am one of them. These people were here  to hear the bluesy sounds of Blue Moon Marquee. They hit the stage and as if someone has just rang… Continue Reading

The Hard Luck gets Hard Rocked

The Hard Luck gets Hard Rocked

First let me apologize that I missed most of Drone Wolfs opening set. With that out the way, I was happily surprised to see this hard working Rock band making the most of their material. The lead singer, Matt “Duke”Dukitch, should have his middle name be “Jack”, because of his lumbering ways around stage. Just… Continue Reading

Food for the Soul

Food for the Soul

If you missed out on going to Foodalicious this past weekend at Downsview Park, then you missed out of seeing two great bands. The first band was Oh Geronimo. Their set was filled with both fun and sad songs. The song “Souvenir” was a very personal letter to three of the band members who left… Continue Reading