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'Tommy,' We Can Still Hear You: The Who's Rock Opera Turns 45

The Huffington Post Canada | Juliette Jagger | Posted 05.23.2014 | Canada Music

When The Who released their fourth studio album "Tommy" on May 23rd, 1969, the times were certainly a-changin'. The Beatles were on the verge of break...

Mark Remembrance Day With These Anti-War Music Videos

Spinner | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 11.11.2013 | Canada Music

It's been a long time since Nov. 11, 1918 marked the end of World War I, but we hardly need Remembrance Day to recall what war is like -- after all, w...

Best Cover Songs Of 2012

Huffington Post Music Canada | Anne T Donahue | Posted 12.24.2012 | Canada Music

It's been a great year for music. But what's been even greater is how musicians have been paying tribute to each other's work, as well as creating ...

Music For The Masses: Top 12 Post-Millennial Political Anthems

Huffington Post Canada | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 10.11.2012 | Canada Music

Last month, not long after the Occupy Wall Street movement celebrated its first anniversary, Tom Morello and System of a Down's Serj Tankian rolled ou...

I Feel For You, Billie Joe, But Why'd You Smash Your Guitar?

Danko Jones | Posted 12.05.2012 | Canada Music
Danko Jones

After Billie Joe Armstrong's now-viral on-stage meltdown, the Green Day camp quickly went into clean-up mode and put out a press release stating Armstrong had entered rehab. To me it really seemed like a genuine meltdown and I can only empathize. However, there was one thing that bothered me about the whole thing: at the end of the meltdown Armstrong and his bandmate, bassist, Mike Dirnt both smashed their guitars...