The veteran Toronto music journalist and radio host reflects upon a fascinating career, musically formative years in England, a long friendship with Chuck D (pictured), and the eclecticism of his CBC show.
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Best known for his hit TV show Survivorman, he is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and harmonica player. In this wide-ranging chat, he talks about his new record, Mother Earth, jamming with James Cotton, his admiration for Greta Thunberg, environmental activism, and love of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.
Before Alex Cuba arrived I recalled my first encounter nearly twenty years back with The Puentes Brothers.
-- Pictured at the combined Methuen Publications launch of Martin Melhuish's Bachman-Turner Overdrive book and Ritchie Yorke's Led Zeppelin bio
Electric Black Man is a milestone ‘60s recording and penetrating music document from a Canadian singer who should have been an internation
Kin Crew is an electronic/hip-hop award-winning producer duo from Halifax, Nova Scotia. With over 1 million streams online, hitting 15th most viral
From deep in the archives comes this in-depth interview with the vocalist still best-known for the massive hit Don’t Worry, Be Happy who has gone on to win 10 Grammys.
The musical soul of this Ottawa-based singer/guitarist/bassist is deeply rooted in the blues. In this interview she discusses that passion, her creative inspirations, appearing on Oprah, musical studies at Carleton, her busy summer ahead, and much more.
The Toronto singer/guitarist has just released an album steeped in old-school funk. Here he describes its sound, the influences of his father and bassist Prakash, his musical tastes, and a busy summer ahead.
The Montreal superstar both chatted and played at Newstalk 1010 in Toronto recently. He discussed his songwriting masterclasses, his musical family, and the woman who inspired "Black Cars."
The pioneering '60s psychedelic band's drummer now lives and plays in Toronto. He takes a fascinating trip down memory lane in this entertaining interview. Pictured: Moby Grape