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Music Review: The Jimi Hendrix Experience – ‘Jimi Hendrix Experience: Miami Pop Festival’

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It's hard to argue with the statement he was one of the most important guitarist in popular music and remains so more than 40 years after his death. Read More »

Concert Review: Big Country at The Venue in Vancouver July 2, 2013

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The latest incarnation of Big Country was an overwhelming collective that cemented a stellar evening that toasted the late Stuart Adamson’s legacy while forging a renewed beginning, one rife with vigor, passion, and hope. Read More »

Music Review: Willie Nile – ‘American Ride’

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Like Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Billie Bragg, Willie Nile sings about he things he cares about the most in as straightforward and honest a way as possible. Read More »

Music Review: Brian Dolzani – If I Don’t Speak a Word

Is Brian Dolzani's latest album a sign that the best is yet to come from this singer-songwriter? Read More »

Music Reviews: James Williams, John Lawton & the Diana Express, Kingdom Come, Stahlmann, Temple of Thieves, and Waylon Speed

Country, electronic and modern rock are in this cornucopia of reviews. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: DmC: Devil may Cry

A reboot done right. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Joel – She’s Got a Way: Love Songs

A fascinating collection of previously-released songs about love by popular singer-songwriter Billy Joel. Read More »

Book Review: Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young

Neil Young opens up and tells all in his great new autobiography. Read More »

Music Review: Eric Clapton – Slowhand: 35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition [2-Disc Set]

Slowhand: 35th Anniversary Edition offers Eric Clapton fans the original album plus bonus tracks and live recordings. Read More »

Book Review: Completeness of the Soul: The Life and Opinions of Jay Breeze, Rock Star by Jim Booth

Can a beleaguered Jay Breeze avoid “rock’s most common pitfalls—greed, egomania, and self-delusion”? Read More »