On the Cover This Month

Interview: DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS

March 1, 2020 0

A Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician, singer songwriter, David’s best known as the lead vocalist of the 70’s jazz rock band Blood, Sweat & Tears. His first album with the band in 1968 sold ten million copies worldwide, won five Grammy Awards and featured three iconic hit singles, “You’ve Made Me […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: March 2020

March 1, 2020 0

Hello March. How I’ve missed you. There’s something about this month that helps me turn the corner on winter, of which I’m no fan. Last month, I tried escaping the cold by flying 26,000km round trip to the land downunder, only to chase the sun from the bottom up. Locals […]

FROM THE ARCHIVES

Interview: Danny Michel

May 1, 2018 0

(May 2018)  Singer songwriter and performer Danny Michel considers himself A.D.D. when it comes to his musical offerings. Find his records in the folk, pop, world and even classical sections of any playlist, and you’ll be drawn to the common thread that is the passion for what he’s doing. Nominated for […]

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Eye On City Hall

March 2, 2020 0

My old friend Molly from the Rubidge has her troubles like the rest of us. But fer my money, she’s got more sense than most women half her age and double the courage to say what needs sayin’. Look, like she told me, city council acts like a fish outta […]

Platter Chatter w/ Chris Collins

Green Day : Father Of All Motherf*ckers

March 2, 2020 0

After a two part rock opera – a failed trilogy of albums you have disowned – a life saving stint in rehab and a lukewarm reception what do you do to stay relevant as a punk band that has been releasing records for over three decades? You go back to […]

Travel

Keep Turning: London England

March 2, 2020 0

I was wandering around London England with no agenda other than to let my intuition guide me on an adventure. I accidentally stumbled upon the first sign that read “WHAT” naturally I took a photo and kept on walking and discovered another word and I officially began my quest to […]

Concerts

Bif Naked – Songs And Stories 2020 @ Market Hall, Wednesday March 4

January 26, 2020 0

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre Acoustic, duo performance Special guest opener: Frank Moyo BIF NAKED was born in secret, to a teenager living in India, the product of a Canadian girl and a British boy, she was rejected by both families, hidden away in a mental hospital from her […]

The Model Citizen

Goran Dostic

March 2, 2020 0

Hi, my name is Goran Dostic. I am an economist, data analyst and business consultant, simultaneously pursuing an acting career thanks to Fredau and other wonderful people from STRUTT Central. Thanks to STRUTT’s support and guidance, I have been casted for a role of a policeman in a TV show […]

everybodys broke

March 2, 2020 0

I saw a poster sayin theres a big concert for homeless people at the showplace. willie who lives under the bridge says rich people do that to make themselves feel good and he never gets any of the money. bob who sleeps in the chair cause his couch washed away […]

Horror Scopes

Mr Meaner

March 2020

March 2, 2020 0

Aries: This is a morning that starts with confusion… perhaps there are too many options to decide from. Still, it is a great day for communication. Ask yourself whether you’ll have the Wheaties or the Cheerios before you decide. Drink. Taurus: You are focused on sorting out several issues on […]

Film

ReFrame Film Festival

January 14, 2020 0

The ReFrame Film Festival returns to Peterborough (January 23-26), offering movie goers a variety of important documentaries at various venues within the downtown core. The selected films range from popular picks that have received theatrical runs to special independent fare that may never be screened again on the silver screen. […]

Arts

January 14, 2020 0

As always there are lots of gallery offerings this month both big and small. The Art Gallery of Peterborough hosts 217. The exhibition includes a series of graphite drawings and 3D printed objects based on images sourced from an article outlining the initial investigations of section 217 in the 4th […]

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The Record Biz

ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

November 21, 2019 0

18 NOVEMBER 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – 40 years after Elton John became the first major Western pop star to venture behind the Iron Curtain and play the USSR, his seminal performance with percussionist extraordinaire, Ray Cooper, entitled Live From Moscow is to be released on 2LP vinyl, plus 2CD and digital formats, out 24th January […]