David Bowie was compared to The Bee Gees

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Watch as Finn Wolfhard (Stranger Things) portrays a young Rivers Cuomo in Weezer’s video for a-ha’s “Take on Me”

Finn Wolfhard of Stranger Things’ is the star of Weezer‘s latest video for their cover of A-Ha‘s classic 1980’s track ‘Take On Me’.

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Canada Rocks with The Rolling Stones – Saturday, June 29, 2019 – Burl’s Creek Event Grounds – Oro-Medonte, Ontario

The Rolling Stones will bring their hugely successful ‘No Filter’ Tour to Burl’s Creek Event Grounds in Oro-Medonte this #CanadaDay weekend on Saturday June 29th for ‘Canada Rocks with The Rolling Stones.

Net Capacity: 71,600

Tickets on-sale this Friday at 10AM.

For more info, visit www.burlscreek.com

For Ticket Information go here: https://www1.ticketmaster.ca/event/10005641E5124AB5

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Fred Schneider (The B-52’s), Curt Smith (Tears For Fears), Morrissey (The Smiths), circa 1990 [Photo]

Fred Schneider, Curt Smith, Morrissey, circa 1990. Photo by The LIFE Picture Collection Getty Images

(l-r) Fred Schneider (The B-52’s), Curt Smith (Tears For Fears), Morrissey (The Smiths), circa 1990.

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Ontario based brasshop collective My Son the Hurricane release the title track “Ride The Bullet” from their upcoming album out April 12. Hailing from Niagara and Toronto, the band mixes New Orleans style grooves with funk, jazz and hip hop. The new album was recorded at Jukasa Media by engineers Darren Magierowski and Jill Zimmermann (July Talk, Alexisonfire). Their North American tour kicks off in March and will see the band travel across Canada. Full routing below.

The multi horn, multi drummer, multi singer brass beast My Son the Hurricane is excited to return with a new album Ride the Bullet. The full length release “Finally matches the intensity of the full throttle live show” says band leader Danno O’Shea and is the first album to feature vocalist Sylvie Kindree in its entirety since her entry in mid 2016.

The band has had a staggering number of North American tour dates in the last two years and used that time to hone a set of diverse and energetic songs. Vocalist Jacob Bergsma has brought down his patented high pitch vocal for a (mostly) more mellow and serious tone while the group employed even more musicians (strings, keys and a guest vocal appearance from Darren “Mista D” Dumas from The Salads) to its already giant roster that fluctuates between 10-13 people and features a touring lineup of 2 trumpets, trombone, Bari and tenor sax, percussion as well as the usual array of rhythm section instruments.
Songs like “Parade” kick into a familiar dance feel and launch into an anthemic chorus with Kindree singing “This is our parade, it will not be delayed” and at this raucous pace it’s hard not to agree. While “Hollywood” follows the band through uncharted territory displaying strings, piano and the regret of early passing. The song “ Casserole” is a well honed live tune where Jacob Bergsma stretches out his comedic delivery the most on what has been a more serious release for him.

Ride the Bullet isn’t a departure, just a fine tuning of a sound the band started years ago when they began in a small apartment in St. Catharines, Ontario. The brass-hop funk crew will tour more than 75 dates in 2019 over North America.

03.01 – Stratford, ON @ Revival House
03.02 – Collingwood, ON @ Collingwood Legion
03.05 – Windsor, ON @ Olde Walkerville Theatre (Mardi Gras)
03.09 – Peterborough, ON @ Peterborough Folk Fest Presents: at The Red Dog
03.16 – Londonderry, VT @ Magic Mountain
03.23 – Sudbury, ON @ Northern Ontario Microbrew Festival
03.29 – Toronto, ON @ Lee’s Palace
03.30 – St. Catharines, ON @ Mindbomb Records *Album Signing and Listening Party*
04.05 – Barrie, ON @ Mav’ricks
04.12 – Waterloo, ON @ Maxwell’s
04.18 – Banff, AB @ Wild Bills
04.19 – Sunnybrook, AB @ Sunnybrook Hotel
04.20 – Edmonton, AB @ Polar Park Brewing
05.03 – Erie, PA @ The King’s Rook Club
05.05 – Philadelphia, PA @ King Fu Necktie
06.28 – Manitowaning, ON @ Wiikwemkoong Art and Music Festival
07.06 – Toronto, ON @ Beaches Jazz Festival (evening show)
07.11 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Founders
07.12 – Ludington, MI @ Mitten Bar
07.13 – Harbor Springs, MI @ Blissfest
07.14 – Harbor Springs, MI @ Blissfest
07.24 – Thunder Bay, ON @ Waterfront Concert Series
07.26 – Winnipeg, MA @ The Pyramid
07.27 – Winnipeg, MA @ The Pyramid
07.28 – Saskatoon, SK @ The Black Cat
07.31 – Banff, AB @ Wild Bills
08.02 – Canmore, AB @ The Drake Hotel
08.03 – Calgary, AB @ The County Line Saloon
08.07 – Quesnel, BC @ The Occidental
08.09 – Haida Gwaii Island, BC @ Edge of the World Music Festival
08.10 – Haida Gwaii Island, BC @ Edge of the World Music Festival
08.11 – Haida Gwaii Island, BC @ Edge of the World Music Festival
08.16 – Robson Valley, BC @ Robson Valley Festival
08.17 – Robson Valley, BC @ Robson Valley Festival
08.21 – Thunder Bay, ON @ The Foundry
08.23 – Burnstown, ON @ Neat Cafe
08.24 – Petawawa, ON @ Beach Stage
08.29 – Killington, VT @ Sherburne Memorial Library
09.14 – Kitchener, ON @ Belmont City Bestival
09.28 – Thomas, WV @ The Purple Fiddle
10.04 – Owen Sound, ON @ Heartwood Concert Hall
10.05 – St. Catharines, ON @ TBA
10.12 – Sarnia, ON @ Paddy Flahertys


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