Sun kissed Vancouverites flocked to the PNE Amphitheatre on a sizzling Friday evening to watch Jimmy Eat World live, open for City and Colour.
Seether is one of those bands. The kind that barge through the stereotypical, standardized, music machine, carving their own path in the industry.
With her power house vocals and sultry yet school girl stage presence, Reid has emerged from the reality TV world unscathed, with a solid fan base, a debut album under her belt, and a summer scheduled packed with tour dates.
Strutting onstage to AD/DC’s “Thunderstruck”, comedian Shaun Majumder brought his uncensored view of racism, sex, religion, and politics to Vancouver as his stand up comedy tour “This tour has 22 Cities…The Road to Majumder Manor” rolled through town.
What is it about Pete Yorn? Maybe it’s the slightly disheveled shaggy hair, or the effortless way he croons into the microphone through a perma-grin that has the tongues of all pop/folk/indie-rock music fans wagging.
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)”.