Multi-talented musician/songwriter, John Mayer, made a pass-through Toronto for the second occasion this year as part of The Search for Everything Tour. This time to get some final summer feels at the outdoor Budweiser Stage while promoting his latest album of the same title.
Opening the evening were Los Angeles folk
Just over twelve months ago, I met Margaret Glaspy and heard her perform for the first time at The Green Man festival in Wales. Her debut record Emotion and Math was only a few months old and her songs that afternoon sounded completely fresh and a just a little bit
It may have been too chilly for tank tops and cut off shorts, but that didn’t prevent the sold out crowd from showing off their southern spirit for Georgia’s Zac Brown Band. August 31st was the first of two nights at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage as part of ZBB’s Welcome Home
You could be forgiven for thinking that twenty-six year old Courtney Marie Andrews is a relative newcomer to the burgeoning alt country/Americana scene. An impressive debut on Later...with Jools Holland a few months ago appeared to be the result of the international success of her latest album Honest Life, but
Lana Del Rey's previous visit to the North West was in May 2013. It had been over a year since the New Yorker's official debut record Born to Die had been released and in that time her status as a bona fide star had grown to the point where Manchester's
Another day, another trip down to Budweiser Stage! It’s been such an incredible summer of music and I love being a Chief Music Officer at this venue. This time, I made my way to see Green Day and Catfish and the Bottlemen perform and it was a killer double bill.
I can’t tell you how much I love the newly renovated Budweiser Stage! Actually, I can, and that’s exactly what this whole article is about. Cheeky, eh? As a Chief Music Officer for Budweiser Stage, I find myself at this venue each week singing my heart out with some of
Barclaycard’s BST Hyde Park has always been an interesting concept, a mix of an all-dayer and a band’s private festival which sees the organisers and headliners curate their own line-up for a solid day that revolves around the headline act but with all of the ‘other’ attractions you’d expect from
What kind of band are Spoon? Describing them as a rock band just doesn't cut it. The label is too simplistic. Calling them an indie band also undermines the complexity of their material. Art rock makes them sound inaccessible. They're not. Yet, without really residing in any specific musical enclave
The last time I saw Radiohead was during the spring of 1992. A quarter of a century ago, down in the dark and dingy basement bar of Bradford's now defunct Queen's Hall, the unknown Oxford band were supporting a jokey Irish outfit called The Sultans Of Ping FC. They were