The Sadies

The Sadies

Dallas Good at The Horseshoe Tavern  Facebook photo
February 20, 2022
by Jason Schneider

It’s impossible to condense the rich and extensive catalogue of the late Dallas Good and The Sadies into 10 songs, but if you don’t know the band, I hope this is a place to start. There will never be another band like them, and they leave a legacy that deserves to be recognized by the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Photo: Heather Pollock Photography
February 20, 2022
by Kerry Doole

Friends, peers and associates share stories and personal grief on the loss of Dallas Good who died Feb. 17, at age 48.

The Sadies  Facebook graphic
January 2, 2022
by Kerry Doole

A jam session with The Sadies (pictured) and Mike Nesmith is recalled, the shuttering of Come From Away is a major blow, and music notables lost in 2021 are remembered. Others in the headlines include Jay Ferguson, Jean-Marc Vallée, Joni Mitchell, Ralph, Jhyve, Neil Young, SoundExchange, Drake, vinyl, T-Pain, Patti Smith, Ed Sheeran, Janice Long, Flying Nun, and Issa Rae.

Steve Coady (l) with Brett Kissel
October 10, 2018
by Kerry Doole

In today's summary of headlines, Warner Music Canada exec Steve Coady (pictured with Brett Kissel) reflects on his career that started off in the Maritimes where his values were hewn in the bedrock of Atlantic Canada.

Cowboy Junkies
May 28, 2018
by Kerry Doole

Spotify backtracks, Cowboy Junkies concert draws industry heavyweights, and the GG Performing Arts Awards are nearing. Also in today's edition are Manitoba Music, Terra Lightfoot, Amplify BC, Jason Blaine, Manifesto, Speng Squire, Fred Eaglesmith, and The Sadies. Videos added for your enjoyment.

October 18, 2017
by FYI Staff

Those making the news today include Johnny Reid, The Road Hammers, Robbie Robertson, Frank Sinatra, Leonard Kennedy, JP Guilbert, the Soul Train Awards, Tegan and Sara, Gord Downie, CAO, Freeman Dre, The Abrams, BARK, Janice Staub,  Slow Leaves, Old Dominion, and Harold Pendleton.