Toronto’s famed Massey Hall has seen more than it’s share of incredible performances and legendary collaborations, and last week was one for the ages. Spearheaded by Emmylou Harris, the Concert for Refugees series brings to light the mission of the Jesuit Refugee Service’s Global Education Initiative. Emmylou, along with Steve Earle, Patty Griffin (who was absent … Continue reading
Catfish and the Bottlemen released their second LP Ride earlier this year and the Welsh rockers are currently on tour across North America, headlining some dates and supporting Mumford & Sons on a few others. Van and Bondy stopped into 102.1 The Edge studios in Toronto to perform a few acoustic numbers for the crowd. … Continue reading
There’s not much I can say about The Tragically Hip and their current tour that hasn’t already been stated everywhere else, probably much better than I could express. So with that, here are photos of their Hamilton date, August 16th, 2016. Thanks Gord.
Arkells are doing it right! With last week’s release of “Morning Report” (Universal) and the announcement of two (2!) sold-out shows at the legendary Massey Hall, the boys are riding high on good vibes, as well they should! They stopped into 102.1 The Edge to play a mini set for huge crowd and it was a glorious … Continue reading
New Zealand sibling duo Broods (Caleb & Georgia Nott) performed at Time Fest 2016 in Toronto in support of their latest record Conscious (Capitol)