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iNTERVIEW: Bif Naked

bY: Michael Bell Mb: Hello Bif!BIF: Hello, how are you?Mb: Good how are you?BIF: Happy end of summer.Mb: (Laughs) If that’s a happy thing…BIF: Well, you know that everyone likes the fall, I think.Mb: As […]

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iNTERVIEW: George Thorogood

Mb: Hi George, how are you?GT: I’m getting by.Mb: You must be good at it after all these years…GT: I don’t have a choice at least I’m not in a hospital.Mb: So what’s up today? […]

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iNTERVIEW: George Olliver

“The Blue-Eyed Prince of Soul” George Olliver rolls into Peterborough this month, making a return appearance at the Dobro. George’s career has spanned a few decades making a name for himself across the country as […]

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iNTERVIEW: Ron Sexsmith

One of Canada’s premier tunesmiths will be coming to Peterborough in August. 9 albums, a bunch of tours and thousands of fans including the likes of Elvis Costello, Paul McCartney and Sheryl Crow and Ron […]

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iNTERVIEW: Jim Cuddy

bY: mICHAEL bELL Blue Rodeo will be making a stop in Lindsay at The Academy Theatre January 16th, as they tour across the country supporting their newest release “The Days in Between”. As Canada’s consummate […]

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iNTERVIEW: Gene Simmons

In 1995, KISS released the book Kisstory, a 440-page, 9 pounds (4.1 kg), detailed chronicle of the group’s history to that point. That same year, the band embarked on a unique and well-received Worldwide Kiss Convention Tour. […]

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iNTERVIEW: Audrey McLaughlin

I last interviewed Audrey McLaughlin for The Wire in March of 1992. At that time the Federal N.D.P. were considered by many to be in a position to seriously challenge for power in Ottawa. That, […]

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iNTERVIEW: Crash Test Dummies

The band first began to achieve commercial success in Canada with the release of The Ghosts that Haunt Me in 1991. The album eventually reached sales of 400,000 in Canada, largely due to the popularity of the […]