Johnny Reid's Tartan Army is primed with news that an earlier postponed concert tour is back on and is scheduled to start in March.
The Lethbridge-based concert promoter was named to the Alberta Order of Excellence in a ceremony Thursday held at Government House in Edmonton, whe
Concert promoter Ron Sakamoto (pictured) receives The Alberta Order of Excellence, Geddy Lee's book is a beautiful best-seller, and wave goodbye to iTunes. Also making the news are The Funhouse, Soulpepper Theatre Company, XL The Band, Our Lady Peace, Tamara Williamson, Franco-Fête de Toronto, and farewells to Mose Scarlett and Roky Erickson. Videos added for your enjoyment.
Music Managers Forum Canada (MMF) has announced the recipients of the 2019 Honour Roll Awards.
All told, Reid’s 2018 tour has sold over 70,000 tickets in advance of his hitting the stage on Feb. 26 in Sidney, B.C.
Riding high with a current gold single and a new album in the can, the award-winning country outfit reflects on their personal bond, creative chemistry, and a high-pressure audition.
Tickets for his Revival tour went on sale on Friday, and in many markets, there was an instantaneous reaction, as is the case with most anything Reid puts his mind to. The guy is box-office gold.
Earlier this year the city gambled on a super-sized, eight-day spectacle dubbed Stars & Thunder Festival, the likes of which no northern town had ever seen before.