Posts Tagged: live

Kathy Griffin: A-List-Annihilator

“I get all of my hate mail from the Jesus people.” Kathy Griffin, ladies and gentlemen. When it comes to life, the 27-year-old (read: 50 year-old) prides herself on having no shame in self-promoting — the main focus of her

Kathy Griffin: A-List-Annihilator

“I get all of my hate mail from the Jesus people.” Kathy Griffin, ladies and gentlemen. When it comes to life, the 27-year-old (read: 50 year-old) prides herself on having no shame in self-promoting — the main focus of her

Smells Like “Weird Al” Yankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic: International Man of Hysterical. What is being personally pegged as the event of the summer, Mister Weird was in Toronto July 16th for two back-to-back shows at Massey Hall, in promotion of his new album Alpocalypse.

Smells Like “Weird Al” Yankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic: International Man of Hysterical. What is being personally pegged as the event of the summer, Mister Weird was in Toronto July 16th for two back-to-back shows at Massey Hall, in promotion of his new album Alpocalypse.

Interview: Hey, Mickey Avalon!

“Someone gave me some GHB and I think it’s kicking in.” Drugs, sex, rock ‘n roll — these are the life and times of Mickey Avalon. Born Yesche Perle, the now rap-rock star from Hollyweird, California has a lot rap-talk

Interview: Hey, Mickey Avalon!

“Someone gave me some GHB and I think it’s kicking in.” Drugs, sex, rock ‘n roll — these are the life and times of Mickey Avalon. Born Yesche Perle, the now rap-rock star from Hollyweird, California has a lot rap-talk

Interview: Uh Huh Her Talk Tour, New Sound, & Pop Music’s Alien Invasion

‘Tis the season for fresh beginnings; A perfect fit for the dreamy new electro-pop synth-sounds of Uh Huh Her, back with a poetically sweet serving of music for your introspective soul.

Interview: Uh Huh Her Talk Tour, New Sound, & Pop Music’s Alien Invasion

‘Tis the season for fresh beginnings; A perfect fit for the dreamy new electro-pop synth-sounds of Uh Huh Her, back with a poetically sweet serving of music for your introspective soul.

Chelsea Handler Bang-Bangs Toronto

“This isn’t interactive” she drawled at a bold audience member in signature Chelsea Handler unimpressed candor, before beginning her stand-up set at Toronto’s Massey Hall Saturday night. The late-night talk show host, stand-up comedienne, and my own personal hero finally

Chelsea Handler Bang-Bangs Toronto

“This isn’t interactive” she drawled at a bold audience member in signature Chelsea Handler unimpressed candor, before beginning her stand-up set at Toronto’s Massey Hall Saturday night. The late-night talk show host, stand-up comedienne, and my own personal hero finally

An ‘A’ For Hesta Prynn

She told everyone to pull their stools away from the sidelines and create an ambiance of a “straight-up theatre show”. Taking the atmosphere from totally awkward school dance to intimate private performance, Hesta Prynn is not hesitant to stare you

An ‘A’ For Hesta Prynn

She told everyone to pull their stools away from the sidelines and create an ambiance of a “straight-up theatre show”. Taking the atmosphere from totally awkward school dance to intimate private performance, Hesta Prynn is not hesitant to stare you

Looking Back On: Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Every woman, young and old-er, should venture out to see this narrative performance. Love, Loss, and What I Wore is a play based on a novel of the same name, by author Ilene Beckerman. It has been translated into a

Looking Back On: Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Every woman, young and old-er, should venture out to see this narrative performance. Love, Loss, and What I Wore is a play based on a novel of the same name, by author Ilene Beckerman. It has been translated into a

Supermannequin

Those who are able to play guitar and sing, simultaneously, get my respect. Anyone who can play, sing, thrash, and crowd-surf receives a doubled-up serving of my appreciation. Enter Die Mannequin. Friday night, the Canadian rockers played a home show

Supermannequin

Those who are able to play guitar and sing, simultaneously, get my respect. Anyone who can play, sing, thrash, and crowd-surf receives a doubled-up serving of my appreciation. Enter Die Mannequin. Friday night, the Canadian rockers played a home show

Marina’s Shining Diamonds

She is Marina. You are her Diamonds. A bodacious brunette siren in velvet hiphuggers, black lips, and Toronto-bought thrift store jersey tee took the stage Wednesday night at Queen St. East’s Opera House. The show was originally booked at tiny

Marina’s Shining Diamonds

She is Marina. You are her Diamonds. A bodacious brunette siren in velvet hiphuggers, black lips, and Toronto-bought thrift store jersey tee took the stage Wednesday night at Queen St. East’s Opera House. The show was originally booked at tiny

The Thrill of Dragonette

Hometown pride. Dragonette played Toronto’s Mod Club on Tuesday, a venue well-accustomed to their electro-pop-rock sound. This time around, the place was sold out, air draped in humid anticipation. The 2010 Dragonette fan base is an eclectic mix of high-schoolers

The Thrill of Dragonette

Hometown pride. Dragonette played Toronto’s Mod Club on Tuesday, a venue well-accustomed to their electro-pop-rock sound. This time around, the place was sold out, air draped in humid anticipation. The 2010 Dragonette fan base is an eclectic mix of high-schoolers