Interview: Chris Murphy

July 4, 2018 thewire 0

Chris Murphy and Andrew Scott met at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design where they both attended in 1991. A year later Sloan released their full-length album “Smeared” on Geffen Records. They followed it up with the critically acclaimed “Twice Removed,” a bunch of Juno nominations and a […]

For Esmé + Twist, Gordon Best Theatre, June 14

June 7, 2018 thewire 0

Fronted by Martha Meredith, For Esmé is an unabashedly feminist exploration of self-love and the courage of conviction in uncertain times. A rare mix of confession and confection, the songs of For Esmé push the limits of pop to embrace infinite beauty while provoking an honest exchange of identity and […]

easy squeezy

June 6, 2018 thewire 0

so here I am again on the bossmans page, taking up some of his space. willie who lives under the bridge says its good because the bossman goes on and on. most times about nothing. mary who stands in front of the licker store says its because businesss are buying […]

Mb Speaks

Mb Speaks: June 2018

June 6, 2018 thewire 0

Ah June, in like a lion. That’s the last time I’ll complain about a chilly spring. Whoosh, it’s already hurricane season down south and I’m a bit anxious as to what kind of weather we’re going to see this summer. Windy and wet I bet. Speaking of windy, I’ve been […]

Interview: Howard Jones

June 1, 2018 thewire 0

(June 2018) British singer songwriter and 80’s synth pop pioneer Howard Jones is making his way from across the pond to Peterborough this summer. His first single, “New Song”, was released in September 1983 and reached the Top 30 in the US and the Top 5 in the UK. It […]

micah barnes

MICAH BARNES @ Nexicom Studio, Showplace June 23

May 29, 2018 thewire 0

Showplace and Market Hall Present NEW YORK STORIES  Tin Pan Alley from Berlin to Bacharach with former Nylon, Micah Barnes! “New York Stories” takes audiences on a musical tour of The Big Apple starting uptown at The Apollo Theatre and The Cotton Club and moving midtown to Times Square & Broadway before landing downtown at legendary Jazz Clubs such as Birdland and The Blue Note in The Village!   Canadian Jazz […]

model weather

May 8, 2018 thewire 0

it’s a good thing the wether is getting better cause willie who lives under the bridge was getting real depressed cause nothin was thawin out and he was gettin mean on everybody. bob who sleeps on the couch says its because willie is old and old people don’t like the […]