Scottish punks The Real McKenzies celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a sold-out show at Calgary’s Dickens Pub.
East met West on Friday as gregarious folk-rocker Alan Doyle played a packed house in Calgary, Alberta.
Saskatchewan rockers The Northern Pikes played to a sold-out crowd at the National Music Centre on Saturday night. Their eclectic two-hour set included a mix of familiar CanCon hits and surprising deep cuts.
Hardcore band Mandible Klaw marked the release of their new tape with a night of local punk rock at Calgary’s Dickens Pub.
Businessman Brett Wilson’s 7th annual Christmas concert raised well over $100,000 for veterans’ charities Tuesday night.
There was no snow on the ground when the Canadian Pacific Rail Holiday Train pulled into Anderson Station, but that didn’t damper the Christmas spirit.
Four local acts rocked Dickens Pub in Calgary Saturday night.
“There is a worse version of The Room.”
How’s that for a hook?
Last Friday’s concert at Calgary’s Festival Hall was an elaborate affair, as far as Canadian folk shows go.
Can-con pop-punk favourites Marianas Trench played a packed crowd at the Calgary Stampede’s Coca Cola Stage this week.
Voice actor John Kassir talked puns, puppets, and practical effects in Calgary.