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Worth the trip for Bare Bones and Up Front|
Many downtowners are fond of joking that they have no reason to go north of Bloor, west of Ossington and east of Leslie.Sure, they're kidding, but couched in that comment is the belief that everything they need - whether a good pub, club or restaurant - is either within walking distance or a quick ride on the Red Rocket.
Demi Lovato lights up the ACC
Demi Lovato has been in the news of late for things other than her slick-sounding pop music which she brought to the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night as part of her Neon Lights Tour.
Hedley takes your questions|
Canadian pop-rock sweethearts Hedley -- whose hits Crazy For You and Anything are ruling the airwaves -- are in town for a show at the Air Canada Centre Thursday night.
Local saxophonist Richard Underhill runs for mayor|
Ask mayoral candidate Richard Underhill what inspired him to run for the city's top job and the words tumble out like a cascade of notes from the acclaimed jazz saxophonist's horn."Rob Ford!" The sometime frontman of beloved jazz combos The Shuffle Demons and Astrogroove blurts the name like a discordant note.
Best long winter ever|
If you attempted to compile an ultimate guide to cool music events in the city, I bet you'd miss a couple.That's testament to how vibrant our scene is as well as the calibre of promoters who think outside the box and present shows like Long Winter.
Going for Broken|
The Bells weren't Broken but they did have a moment when they stalled."This is our third show -- we're figuring it out!" said Broken Bells frontman James Mercer after a false start during the duo's first encore song on Monday night at a packed, well-lubricated Danforth Music Hall.
Paul Simon, Sting touch down at ACC|
Music legends Paul Simon and Sting have teamed up for a tour together that touches down at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday night with the dynamic duo performing both together and their own sets.
Phil Ramone, Grammy award-winning music producer dies|
Phil Ramone, a versatile music producer who won 14 Grammy Awards and worked with a glittering roster of stars like Billy Joel, Tony Bennett, Ray Charles and Paul Simon, died in Manhattan on Saturday, the New York Times reported. He was 79.
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A night to celebrate Stompin' Tom|
I thought it'd be a good idea to start a piece about a tribute to Stompin' Tom Connors with a testimonial from a well-known Canadian. You know, someone like Neil Young or Anne Murray.But given how he appealed to the average Canuck and Canadian patriotism, I did some rethinking and figured it'd make more sense to quote one of his fans. I visited a f