Gomez Bring it at the Commodore Ballroom

Article By Mariko Margetson Wednesday, June 27 was a big night at the Commodore Ballroom. The barricade was chest high and the stage was littered with musical instruments, mostly of […]

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The Magic of Matt Mays

In a world where feel-good buzz words like gratitude and blessings are beginning to lose their luster, Matt Mays is the real deal. A true conductor of the gooey kind of good vibes all the new age kids are searching for. I’m not saying that gratitude is a bad thing or that blessing are for suckers, but I’ve definitely heard a fair number of people throwing those words around like candy and it was really nice to be in an environment where you could feel those words.

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#FBF Like a Freight Train: Review of Jonny Lang and Zane Carney (New Tour Dates for 2018)

I often know if I’m going to enjoy myself at a concert based on the music that is playing before the opener takes the stage. On November 29th before Zane Carney opened for Johnny Lang at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom, the Black Crowes were emanating through the venue. Definitely a good sign.

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Big Sugar is Back on the Scene: Review from Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom

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.

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