The group moving into 579 Dunsmuir are aware of the room's fabled history
The former Civil Wars member aims to balance family duties with life as a touring musician.
Despite being ground zero for Vancouver’s hyperinflated housing market, Expo 86 was also the launching pad for a lot of musical talent.
Although this is the first album that the L.A.–based musician has released using his own name, thinking of it as his debut solo record gets into some hazy semantic territory.
The Phoenix-raised artist spent a good year and a half wondering why no one seemed interested in what would become her breakthrough.
For nearly a decade, Jerilynn Webster has been hitting the stage as one of B.C.’s only female, aboriginal MCs.
Here's the Georgia Straight's take on the best concerts, singles, and videos, as well as some pleasant surprises, superlative quotes, and guilty pleasures.
Death surfaces on What Will Destroy You, but only briefly.
Whenever Mike Reno feels the pressure of being a 61-year-old delivering songs that he wrote in his 20s, he has only to think back to a magic decade: the 1980s.
There’s usually some kind of thesis to each of the Vancouver-raised saxophonist’s albums.