Music Notes

Eagle-eyed friends who learned of the break-in at the band’s East Side digs found the items after scouring the streets, pawn shops, and Craigslist.
Starting on April 30, the band may well score a second first by being the first political punk band from Canada to return there.
After two weeks of being shuttered, the Granville Street bar gets a big upgrade
The 2014 Pemberton Music Festival lineup is finally out of the bag.
Concert producer David Hawkes has been given free rein.
Scrape Records owner J.J. Caithcart, one of four judges, explained that they were considering “professionalism, song structure, and confidence” in deciding who advanced.
Let’s hope that fictional band Unalaska becomes real band Unalaska at some point.
The school provides music education to at-risk youth at no cost
Strong and Free, the concert that’s been arranged in his honour, is more of a chance to say thanks than goodbye.