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Two esteemed Vancouver rock photographers, Art
As for this year’s set, well, Hope is keeping his lips zipped.
Before Gallagher passed away from complications of a liver transplant in 1995, at the age of 47, he released 14 albums, all of which featured bassist Gerry McAvoy.
Ask them to dig into the vaults for older inspirations, and they’ll cite the Beatles, the Velvet Underground, and some Seattle band called Nirvana as essential influences.
His latest record, Bottle It In, is packed full of the rambling earworms that help him sell out venues around the world.
In which we reveal the favourite band T-shirts, black T-shirts, and Mark's Work Wearhouse T-shirts of interesting Vancouverites.
Crinoidal bulbs. Architectural models of ruined walls from some lost Minoan city. The flat, broad, curved ribs of an unknown marine mammal. Her creations hold both biomorphic and sculptural interest.
Populating the tracks are dogs, parakeets, cats, and the other nonjudgmental critters that help us get through those times when life sometimes seems as much a burden as it is a blessing.
You’ll be something like a living rock ’n’ roll legend if you give the music lover on your list one of these presents.
Red Herring has a kind of unusual approach to their songcraft, you might gather.
After experimenting with a range of genres in Toronto’s music scene, the most important thing to Raffaela Weyman—known on-stage as Ralph—is having creative freedom.