Singer Lawrence Gowan reflects on his 20 years with Styx, their new album ‘The Mission’ and his ties to Montreal.
The Australian singer/songwriter talks about scrapping a completed album, writing a new one in a week and his love of busking.
Danielle Duval’s “Lose It” is quirky indie pop record built on retro synths and rock sensibilities
Progressive alt-rockers’ debut EP offers 5 rocking, melodic songs that defie categorization.
Montreal’s Different Days offers sassy rock blending multiple influences on their new album “Something Different”
Montreal’s The Willing moves away from their slick pop rock with raw EP that’s true to their hearts.
Extraordinary singer Kandle Osborne opens up about her influences, growing up in a musical family and the hardships of the music industry.
(This article was originally written for Montreal Rampage) If you attend a show at Montreal’s Boom Room, chances are you’ll hear The Willing play onstage. The band was formed two years ago, and went through the usual cycle of a starting rock band: play in a friend’s basement, change your lineup (playing in bars can…
Bruno Mars brought his Moonshine Jungle tour to Montreal on Wednesday, playing to a very enthusiastic sold out crowd. Backed by a dynamic band, the singer played all his hits and more, keeping everyone on their feet (even through some of the quieter songs). The charismatic singer had total control of the crowd, and his…
Katy Perry’s World Prismatic Tour stopped at the Bell Centre last night to serve up a smorgasbord of visual effects, colorful costumes and crazy concepts, up on a stage that seemed inspired by the Star Destroyers from Star Wars. Oh, and some ridiculously catchy pop songs too. Appearing on stage slightly past 9, to the…