“Space” was the official theme for 2017—but the real motif may as well have been “collaboration”.
At the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Thursday, June 22
For decades, the guitarist has been a swirling vortex of musical ideas both imposing and beautiful.
The duo offered Vancouver fans an intimate set on the last night of their tour
Josh Tillman seems constitutionally incapable of singing an off-key note
Kickass visuals aside, the music was in fine form.
It was obvious that his guitar solos were crowd-pleasers.
The 90-minute musical journey drove the crowd into delirium
A solid performance with an extravagant lighting rig made for a memorable show with one of the most iconic acts of the ‘90s
This gig had an electronic act, an acoustic act, and a world-class rock 'n' roll band all in one shot.
Sometimes it pays to get off the couch on Sunday night
For once everyone kept their cellphones in their pockets.
Known for its explosive live performances, the band did not disappoint its dedicated fans by delivering a passionate and high-energy show.
The Vogue's atmosphere was electric.
With no opening act, the group offered a full and comprehensive evening of their own work.
No screens, projections, nor Instagram filters were required for this gig.
You can’t help but feel like you’ve seen this before. You have. It’s better—and it’s called Mogwai.
The downtempo electro duo ensured that its roots were made clear at the Commodore Ballroom.
At the Commodore Ballroom on Sunday, August 7. Second show August 8
Vancouver showed the Tragically Hip so much love for a band that always will be in our Canadian hearts.