On the surface, this is a star-studded soundtrack to a documentary that sheds light on the resilience of female veterans who have been wounded in the line of duty. On another level, it’s a megaphone for the voices of the women in the film, allowing them to reach an audience that might otherwise not hear them.
Simply put, Robert Plant is a musical genius and his newest album Carry Fire is a demonstration of said genius. The eleven song collection is a divine infusion of abstract musings, poignant observations, ethereal sounds, and tribal rhythms guided by Plant’s omnipotent transmission of emotion.
I have always had a thing for cowboy songs. Maybe I have memories of another life etched into my DNA. Memories of life as a desperada, filled with strange encounters, lonely hearts […]
There was magic flying every which way when Big Sugar played to an ecstatic crowd at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on Friday, September 8. There has always been magic between Gordie Johnson and the eclectic crew of talent that call themselves Big Sugar, but this was a new kind of magic; a sort of shiny alchemy to complement their newest, blissful transformation.
t’s hard to say what drew me to Will Varley at first. Whether it was the ease in which he captivated the main stage audience at Vancouver’s Folk Music Festival while occupying but a small corner of it,
The kids will be back in school as we reminisce about all the summer fun we had; as you will see we had a lot of it! On the cover […]
I wasn’t expecting a concert with legendary Sixto Rodriguez to end in a quiet riot of loving disobedience, but that’s what happened during his encore performance at Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre on August 5th.