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I love being a fan. There are a lot of reasons why and it all boils down to this: it simply makes me happy. I have no agenda. I'm not a badass superstar fan for any reason other than that it fills my world with joy. I'm not a groupie (i.e., my fandom isn't sexually driven). I have no illusions. Jim Cuddy may have joked about going for coffee with me and Corey Hart may have written me into a song, but I know those two -- and all the other artists I've met -- are not my buddies (of any kind). I'm just a fan revelling in the moment, the music, and the rockstar glow
Aboriginal Day Live, an annual celebration of Canada's National Aboriginal Day and the summer solstice, has been delighting audiences since 2007. The event features some of the most accomplished Aboriginal musicians, including award-winning and up-and-coming artists.
If you missed Bestival a few weeks back on Toronto Island, then you missed out on a lot. Including a stupidly amazing performance
After his controversial comments earlier this year regarding gay marriage, Kid Rock has drummed up backlash again after posing
It makes sense that Ed Robertson, whose band has the word 'ladies' in its name, is focused on women's educational rights
Gorillaz - "Gorillaz" The Offspring - "Americana" Nirvana - "Nevermind" Metallica - "...And Justice For All" The artist takes
Before Lights made it big and was concert-touring around the world, she was already on the move. As the daughter of missionary
Part way into a discussion of environmental issues, Tanya Tagaq, fuelled by a mix of frustration at the current state of
Canadian electro-rock band Crystal Castles have split. As reported in NME singer Alice Glass announced she was leaving the
As a music fan, there’s a good chance that you’ve seen thousands of music videos in your lifetime. But what you may not know