When June Tyson took the stage at the Sun Ra concert in 1984. The concert was underway for about 15 minutes, slowly different members emerged and joined the improvisation which […]

A/ city licenses buskers   B/ penitentiary uses prisoner labour   C/ bands allow 1 member to profit from publishing money   D/ ticketmaster employing scalpers   How many on […]

The 4th Blue Rodeo show was in New York at CBGBs. I never played in a band before. The first shows were at the Rivoli and the Isabella Hotel where […]

All the guitar strings except both Es had a secret meeting organized by A who wanted to discuss how unfair it was that there were two Es while the rest […]

In my Marxist class I had to write a paper on Chapter 1 of Das Kapital and during this week of reading it became apparent that Marx, like most famous […]

“Your premise is flawed,” replied the old trumpeter who destroyed everyone each time she played, when the intern from Exclaim asked what was her secret, during the phoner interview .

The William Parker concert at the Guelph Jazz Festival Saturday morning was like discovering a new spice I plan to use in cooking. He played two pieces, great intensity. He […]

Fred, a songwriter booked by the Fab Acts Talent agency, played to audience sizes between 50 – 80. He was philosophical about the work when he did well or when […]

Outside the sauna at the Y last night heard two men try to outdo each other over who sold more records The Eagles or The Pink Floyd. English wasn’t their […]