An older than usual crowd packed the Commodore Ballroom last night and if you didn’t know better you might have thought it was for some sort of reunion. In some ways though, it was like a reunion. It has been four years since Train played a show in Vancouver and over a decade since they first launched into massive mainstream success with songs like “Meet Virginia” and the Grammy-winning “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)”.
Up in the Captains Room at Rogers Arena a room full of journalists, reporters, cameramen, and photographers patiently wait for Canadian superstar Michael Bublé.
It’s been 17 years since the Backstreet Boys broke into the music industry, but 17 years later… they’ve still got it goin’ on.
Success often walks hand-in-hand with giant egos and pretentious attitudes, but for Canadian artist Leif Vollebekk success seems to fuel his modesty.
Named one of Rolling Stone magazine’s best new bands of 2010, Vermont-based Grace Potter & the Nocturnals are finally starting to grab the attention they deserve.
Throngs of excited girls and their mothers make up a mind-bogglingly long line in the atrium of a concert venue. Snaking on for what looks like miles, the line is buzzing with chatter about the show just prior.