For 55 years, or more than twice as long as Eli Bennett has been on this planet, playing John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps” has been the make-or-break test for aspiring jazz saxophonists.
As you could gather from the song title “We Forgot the Records to Our Record Release Show”, Needs might not be the most organized bunch of punks.
Malcolm Biddle is spending a spectacularly sun-kissed spring afternoon doing what he does best: making weird-ass music.
The rock ’n’ roll singer’s badass biker-chic image may be intimidating, but she and her bandmates turn out to be friendly folks.
Music didn’t bring Ayelet Rose Gottlieb to Vancouver, but it might convince her to stick around.
Joshua Wells has been flexing his multi-instrumental skills for crowds for decades, but arguably might be most recognizable behind a drum kit.
If the last four years have taught Spoon River leader Tavis Eachan Triance anything, it’s to spice up your surroundings when necessary.
The Festival du Bois performer is barely old enough to order a pint in a pub, but she’s already a seasoned Celtic-music artist.
Sometimes even the nicest gift is all wrong.
“If there was a test about how to succeed in the music industry, we’d probably fail every question,” confesses Reef Shark drummer Garth Covernton.