Being confined on a plane for 17 hours seems like a fine time to write about this new album […]
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This Charming Man: Morrissey in Edmonton
I can remember the exact day I became a fan of Morrissey…
The Pinnacle of Rock God-ness, Dave Grohl
(Tracy’s note: My first guest blogger is none other than my sister! -No, there’s no nepotism here…- You can read […]
The Killers Wonderful Wonderful
Music Review: The Killers’ new album, Wonderful Wonderful, is beautiful beautiful. Often deeply personal, this anthology offers the lively post punk stylings associated with The Killers, but leans towards a more haunting, emotional album.
U2 Day 2017: A Whole Lot of Lovin
There are so very many reasons to love U2. Here are just a few reasons to celebrate this band on the inaugural International Day of U2.
Duran Duran Appreciation Day
So inspired by the Duran Duran concert was I, that I went out and bought their latest album Paper Gods, quickly followed by more from their back catalogue. In honor of Duran Duran Appreciation Day, here is my review (love affair) with Paper Gods, Thank You, and All You Need Is Now albums.
15 Canadian Rock Gods for Canada’s 150
In celebration of 150 years of Canadian awesomeness, it seems appropriate to write a post on my Canadian Rock Gods. But how can I possibly narrow down the list to 15?! Some are no-brainers – you say “Canadian Rock Gods” and I will immediately shout out ‘The Tea Party!” and “The Tragically Hip!” Seriously, Canada would disown me, denounce me, kick me out and likely non-apologetically beat me with hockey sticks if The Hip were not on my list…
Girlfriend Got Bass (Guitar): Eve Hell, Calgary’s Own Rock Goddess
Today’s post is brought to you by the letter Eve and the number Hell. The first Rock Goddess of my […]
Music Geekery 2: On The Edge
Ok… I’ve been holding back long enough – time to go U2 fangirl supernova! With a music geekery twist. If […]
Drawing Inspiration – The Tea Party, Canadian Rock Gods Extraordinaire
I told you there would be artwork… Might as well start this blog with the concert that made my sister […]