There were red-white-and-blue scantily clad pole dancers, thousands of colourful streamers, enough fireworks to wake an entire postal code, a pseudo senate floor speech and a shout-out to Justin Bieber. In other words, Kid Rock’s “Greatest Show on Earth Tour” paid a visit to Toronto on Friday night.
Brett Kissel is currently touring across Canada in support of his album We Were That Song, last week the tour stopped in Ottawa for an exclusive valentines day event at Algonquin Commons Theatre.
MacEwen hall was chalk full of rockers on Saturday night, the industrial looking college venue in Calgary making a perfect escape from the cold. An enthusiastic and heavily branded crowd greeted us as we walked into the large room, fired up from openers eyehategod and eagerly awaiting Corrosion of Conformity. There was puke on the floor, the beer lineups were ridiculously long, and the women were as pretty as the beards. It was it was the kind of show where everyone was there for the music. Like, there was this beautiful, unspoken sense of camaraderie. One dude just going around and taking selfies videos with everyone, I don’t even know if he realized BLS was playing but he was super stoked about the whole thing. It’s like we’d just gotten home.
Ottawa Valley based Country Music performers Rainwater Whiskey raised the roof with their high energy show at the The Crazy Horse in Kanata, ON in back to back nights Feb. 2nd & 3rd. If you were on the dance floor you definitely had a workout. There’s definitely a case that says the break between sets isn’t for the band- its for those on the dance floor.
Black leather jackets, twangy guitars and haunting melodies, that’s what the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club show at Club Soda in Montreal was made of.
Canadian Country Singer/Songwriter Tim Hicks brings his “Shake this Wall Tour” at Salle Odyssee in Gatineau QC.
Canadian Country singer Tim Hicks brought his highly anticipated “Shake this Wall Tour” to Salle Odyssee in Gatineau QC last week and with everyone up on their feet singing and dancing the entire show I’m convinced the evening was a hit.
When I was in my early teens, my mother decided she needed to educate me on legendary musicians and bought me Uriah Heep’s Live January 1973 album, and it was eye-opening. Never in my wildest dreams I ever imagined I would ever see them live, but to my amazement the band announced their tour a few months back, which also included two Ottawa dates.
California’s Machine Head is including three Canadian dates on their North American tour in support of their newly released album, Catharsis.
This past Sunday, metal and hard rock fans set aside the Superbowl, and came out in droves to the MTELUS theatre in Montreal for Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria, on the latest stop of the co-headlining Resurrection Tour.