Monthly Archives: January 2017

New music from Jerry Leger – “The Big Smoke Blues”

Today Toronto musician Jerry Leger released the brand new track “The Big Smoke Blues“, which comes from his forthcoming album ‘Nonsense And Heartache’ which drops March 31st via Latent Recordings/Warner Music Canada. Leger describes it as “basically 2 different records packaged … Continue reading

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Bet Smith & The Currie Brothers – Fires, Fires, Fires [Official Video]

Check out the brand new video from Bet Smith & The Currie Brothers called “Fires, Fires, Fires”, according to the band’s Facebook page the song was written last year while the fires were burning in Fort McMurray. The video was … Continue reading

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40 Albums Turning 30 in 2017

      30 years ago, the world was a very different place. The U.S. was being run by former movie actor Ronald Reagan,  Platoon won the Best Picture Oscar, The Simpsons cartoon first appears as a series of shorts on The … Continue reading

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David Clayton-Thomas – Ode To The Donald (A Song For #DonaldTrump)

David Clayton-Thomas has released a statement with the video: “The 2016 US presidential race was the most entertaining television since the OJ trial. A daily sitcom of insult comedy and scandal.  I watched in amazement as the most powerful country … Continue reading

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15 Interesting Facts about Bob Dylan

1. In 2008, he became the first Rock musician ever awarded a Pulitzer Prize. He was given the special award for his “profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power.” (thanks, Bertrand … Continue reading

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