Bill Paxton is cooler than Sean Bean
New pop album from Afghanistan's Paul McJihad & Wings
What if "Terminator" was a kid's book like Fun With Dick & Jane?
President Obama contemplates his administration's future on the bus where Rosa Parks took her stand.
It's Valentine's Day here in Canada and we listen to love songs while keeping our beavers warm.
We miss the old Q107. Here's what we miss and what we wish we'd never hear again.
Bon Jovi - Still alive. Career dead.
Occupy The Planet of the Apes. "Get your pepper spray off me you damn, dirty cop!"
Author Paul Myers' new book "A Wizard, A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio" book review.
New article in Cashbox Canada
Bob Segarini, Randy Bishop, Ernie Earnshaw, and Kootch Trochim took the stage for the first time in 38 years as The Wackers.
Ever wonder where all those rainbows go? When Unicorns plotz you get more than a double rainbow's worth
On July 24th the original WACKERS (minus the late Mike Stull) will grace the stage of Cherry Cola's in Toronto for a one-off gig to celebrate their 40th anniversary. I have convinced them to release the long lost WACK AND ROLL album as a limited edition CDR for fans so that they might be able to raise the funds to do further projects including a full-commercial release of this album with liner notes. Anyone purchasing now will get the commercial release for FREE once it becomes available. They're also offering a T-shirt and poster (designs to be determined) that will be shipped the week after the reunion. All specifics and ordering details are available here: http://www.bullseyecanada.com/wackers_all.html Jaimie Vernon, President, Bullseye Records of Canada, Inc.
GWNtertainment.com music magazine online is about to relaunch August 1st [site is currently under construction]. Looking for EPKs, MP3s, demos, press kits, photos. Anything to promote your act in upcoming issues. Here's your chance to get noticed. GWNtertainment was formerly Canada's premiere print magazine in the 1990s. And we're coming back online. Send EPK's to email@example.com or mail physical kits and CDs to: Bullseye, 180 Station Street, Suite 53, Ajax, ON L1S 1R9 CANADA
This is Snooki's Brain. This is Snooki's Brain on drugs.
From the webpages of www.canoe.ca comes the internet website that's now a book. Over 13 years in the making, The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia was conceived by Canadian music biographer Jaimie Vernon through the original Toronto Sun website in September 1998. And since it's launch, Canadian music fans have demanded the resource in book form. Undestandably, a fragile publishing industry in Canada has been unwilling to take on such a massive project. But, finally, the print version of the Encyclopedia will see the light of day on July 1st, 2010 exclusively through Bullseye Records of Canada as an on-demand 200 page 8 x 10" formatted book containing discographies and biographies for more than 1,000 of Canada's most celebrated major label and independent music acts spanning 60 years of Canadian popular music with a focus on Pop, Rock, Folk and Singer-songwriter genres. The book will also feature exclusive and previously unseen photographs, artist quotes and anecdotes, and music links for tracking down your favourite Canadian music online.
Dewy-eyed Royal Watchers would have us believe that William and Kate replicated their wedding in the image of Disney's Cinderella.
If you're going to pass off a newspaper story about Bin Laden being alive...you really should watch where you crib your sources...and learn how to use Photoshop properly
Weekend at Bin Laden's (movie parody)