We bid Glasgow farewell with a look at the late, great Jack Bruce.
A brief look at Paisley, Scotland’s great musical talent, Gerry Rafferty.
A look at the two Glaswegian pop singers who recorded James Bond movie theme songs.
A brief look at Glasgow native and consummate psychedelic folk singer, Donovan
Andy Kim with “Rock Me Gently” clocks in at #91 on HuffPo’s 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever.
We’re counting down HuffPo’s 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever. #92 is Great Big Sea’s “Mari-Mac.”
A look at a few legendary Glasgow bands and the guitar shop they shared in common.
We continue counting down the Huffington Post’s 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever, with Sweeney Todd’s “Roxy Roller” at #94. Sweeney Todd was a short-lived mid-Seventies glam band formed in Vancouver, Canada’s response, perhaps, to T Rex. The group’s origins are traced to 1973, when Nick Gilder, an English-born singer who grew up in Vancouver, paired […]
We’re counting down the Huffington Post’s declaration of Canada’s Best 100 Songs Ever, and at #96 is Snow’s “Informer.” Now, it’s not that I disparage Darrin Kenneth O’Brien’s mad rap skills; they’re quite formidable. I respect the man’s ability, and while this is a hugely recognizable track that enjoyed tremendous chart success in 1993, I […]
Counting down HuffPo’s 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever. Daniel Lanois’ “The Messenger” is at #96.