The Sheepdogs, Canada’s favorite 70’s tribute band that isn’t a cover band were back in town to play to a groovy crowd at Vancouver’s Malkin Bowl on Saturday, September 1.
The legendary Troubadour nightclub was buzzing early on a cold Valentines day evening in Beverly Hills. A seemingly endless line of enthusiastic music fans stretched around the block for the sold out concert. But this wasn’t the likes of Guns N Roses or Depeche Mode, both of which recently played much-hyped gigs at the tiny nightclub. This was a young new band, the Vista Kicks, joyfully kicking off a whirlwind national tour at the prestigious venue.
It was already going to be an unusual evening in Hollywood which is saying something in a town known for its strange excesses especially in the entertainment world. Sufjan Stevens was set to play his new exotic album Planetarium as part of the summer evening concert series …
Shredmonton Metal Festival And Conference – Day 1 @ Starlite Room – May 6, 2016 By Dana Zuk Photography Shredmonton Metal Festival And Conference made its debut on the western Canadian metal festival scene […]
Meteorology threatened to play a major role in the plans for the Beale Street music festival for a second day in a row at this year’s event. But on the second day it was not the torrential rains like the day before that threatened the ambitious live music schedule, but instead an early morning dramatic windstorm. The wind was so damaging in fact, that the first sets of the day had to be canceled, […]
Beale Street Music Festival Day 2 Vandala Magazine Photo Credit by L. Paul Mann
One of Americas oldest music festivals marked its 40th anniversary, in the quiet polite mannerisms associated with the regions southern charm and gracious manners, during the first weekend in May. The Beale Street music festival is […]