There were some die-hards at show 2228 for Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls when they tore it up at Vancouver’s Vogue Theater on September 8. Some who had been to one or more of the other three shows in the Pacific Northwest over the past few days and one loyal couple who had sold their tickets to another big name band in town on the same night.
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 […]
Over the course of 10 years, Dan Mangan has gone from a bearded 20-something troubadour playing coffee shop open mics to earning top ten radio hits, scoring Hollywood films, and winning multiple JUNO […]
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.
Matt Mays at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on January 27, 2018 Photo and Review by Mariko Margetson Via Vandala Magazine and Live Nation
Interview By Mariko Margetson From Fall/Winter Vandala Magazine 2017 (Free HERE) The crowd that greeted the Barenaked Ladies for the first of two sold-out shows at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on […]
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 […]