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April 1, 2023
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Montreal, QC, Canada
Album review: Dee Snider – Leave a Scar
Album review – Mammoth WVH
Fox Violet – Artist Spotlight
Ashrr – Artist Spotlight
Concert review: King Diamond – MTELUS, Montreal – November 12 2019
Concert review: A Day to Remember – Place Bell, Laval – November 5th 2019
Catching up with Tarah Who?
Interview: Jeff Scott Soto (Sons of Apollo)
December 5, 2021
I bought one of those music Advent Calendars so you wouldn’t have to.
I bought one of those band-related Advent calendars. How much of a rip off are they? Judge for yourself! (Updated December 10th)
August 1, 2020
The Naked High – Jewel of the Crowd (music video)
The latest single from Montreal’s The Naked High, “Jewel of the Crowd”, is a fun, sleazy rock ‘n roll track.
December 30, 2019
The Decade in Review
The Music Addict lists his favourite musical moments of the last decade.
April 17, 2018
Interview: Jeff Scott Soto of Sons of Apollo
Singer Jeff Scott Soto on the origin of Sons of Apollo, their first album and their future as a band
December 5, 2017
Can Axl Rose and Slash Keep it Together for a New Album?
No one thought they’d ever reunite. Can they last long enough to create new music together?
August 24, 2017
Concert review: Guns N’ Roses – TD Place, Ottawa – August 21 2017
Guns n Roses live up to their legendary status with a performance for the ages
August 20, 2017
Concert review: Guns n’ Roses – Montreal – August 19th 2017
Guns n’ Roses make amends for 1992 aborted Montreal show that led to a riot
December 31, 2016
2016 in review
As 2016 comes to an end, I have come to the conclusion that it wasn’t a great year for music. We’ve lost too many great musicians (a trend I fear…
July 17, 2016
Concert review: Guns n’ Roses – Rogers Centre, Toronto – July 16th 2016
Nevermind the haters, Guns n’ Roses are back and playing better than ever as demonstrated by their almost 3 hour show in Toronto.
September 25, 2015
Concert review – Slash – Metropolis, Montreal – September 24th 2015
Slash, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators play a rousing set of rock ‘n roll songs both new and timeless.
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