ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

ELTON JOHN WITH RAY COOPER, LIVE FROM MOSCOW, 1979

November 21, 2019 thewire 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 […]

Christina Taylor

Christina Taylor and Brett Kissel Duet, “As Good As You Look”

November 19, 2019 thewire 0

Singer-Songwriter, Christina Taylor recently released her catchy new duet, “As Good As You Look,” which features the vocals of 2019 CCMA Apple Music Fans’ Choice Award Winner, Brett Kissel.  Written by Christina Taylor, Kelley Lovelace and Brent Anderson, “As Good As You Look,” tells the story of falling for someone […]

TAYLOR SWIFT AND ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER RELEASE THEIR NEW ORIGINAL SONG, “BEAUTIFUL GHOSTS” FROM UNIVERSAL PICTURES’ CATS

November 15, 2019 thewire 0

THE SONG, “BEAUTIFUL GHOSTS,” IS PERFORMED BY FRANCESCA HAYWARD IN THE FILM, AND BY SWIFT IN THE FILM’S END CREDITS CATS ARRIVES IN THEATERS DECEMBER 20, 2019 15 NOVEMBER 2019 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, in collaboration with Universal Pictures, Polydor Records/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, is pleased to announce […]

Fortunate Ones

Fortunate Ones @ Market Hall, Saturday November 23

November 15, 2019 thewire 0

Presented by Market Hall Performing Arts Centre With special guest opener: Sherman Downey (solo) Fortunate Ones is Newfoundland’s JUNO-nominated duo Catherine Allan and Andrew James O’Brien. Known for dynamic live performances, effortless union of voices in harmony, and anthemic melodies – they embody a wide-eyed energy, deliver messages of reflection and optimism, have […]

Emily Kwong

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

STRUTT model and Talent Emily Kissi nee (Kwong) was born in Toronto, Ontario and is proud to call this diverse city home. One of the things she loves about working in Toronto is the level of diversity that is reflected in the Toronto modelling and acting scene. As part of an […]

Mr Meaner

November 2019

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

Aries: When you break out of old behaviors that don’t actually suit you anymore it would be wonderful if the world would throw you a little party, but the world is a hard place. For the most part, people hate you and think you’re just taking up space. best to […]

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

November is shaping up to be great month for art in the downtown. Exciting exhibitions and performance art everywhere you look. ACME Art and Sailboat Company at the Commerce Building, 129½ Hunter St is presenting Paul Oldham’s “Fabrications”. New work, a must see. Joe is having a drawing sale. Limited […]

Emily Burgess and The Emburys: Never Ending Fling

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

How do you follow up a year where you’ve been named the Maple Blues Newcomer of The Year (must be one of those ten year overnight success stories I guess) and toured across Canada with your band multiple times – in the same year? You release a stunning sophomore record […]

Holiday Flicks

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

The holiday season is upon us, which can only mean one thing – it’s time for Cineplex’s highly popular screening of Polar Express 3D! The Cineplex Family Favourites tradition returns on Saturday, November 23. As always, the screening begins at 11:00am and admission $2.99 per person, but you’re going to […]

Scarey stuff

November 4, 2019 thewire 0

so hallowen is over. it rain so that was no good for the wee ones. willie who lives under the bridge says its scary cause bums get beated up a lot on hallowean. bob who used to sleep on the couch and then it floated away so sleeps in the […]