I found this on Tumblr. If any of you are hockey fans, you know about Darryl Sutter, coach of the LA Kings. He has a penchant for unintentionally funny press conferences and is well-known for his demeanour. Check this out for a good chuckle.
March 29th saw 2 birthdays. First a big happy birthday to Terry Jacks who turned 75. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Terry is most noted for his monster hit, “Concrete Sea”. He also had a major international hit as a member of the Poppy Family with the tune “Which Way You Goin’ Billy’. Our second birthday […]
Today’s birthdays in Canada’s music scene are Melissa Auf der Maur, who has played in Tinker, Hole, Smashing Pumpkins, Chelsea and The Hand Of Doom and a solo career turning 49 and Grimes (full name Claire Elise Boucher) turning 33. Grimes has 5 albums, 2 EP’s and 11 singles to her credit. Hope you each […]
The next installment of The Maplelist is Faber Drive at number 121. This group hails from Mission, British Columbia. The band formed in 2004, the current members being lead vocalist Dave Faber, lead guitarist Jordan Pritchett, bass guitarist Jeremy Liddle and drummer Seamus O’Neill. They were discovered by Chad Kroeger of Nickleback and were signed […]
And the Canadian artists that won Grammys are: Best traditional pop vocal album: Rufus Wainwright, Unfollow the Rules . Best Dance Recording: Kaytranada feat. Kali Uchis, “10%” Best Dance/Electronic Album: “Bubba,” Kaytranada Best country duo/group performance: Dan + Shay, Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours.” Best musical theatre album: Glen Ballard and Alanis Morissette, lyricists; original Broadway cast, Jagged Little Pill. […]
First off, let’s be straight. I’m not a fan of the Grammy’s, the show is bloated and uninteresting, the nominees, well, puzzling, at times. Having said that, there is an implied importance to the awards and as such, they must be considered. For further research, google The Weeknd and the Grammy. Please check out as […]