Paul Collins interviewing Greg Henry Waters, New York Jazz Musician. Today we have Greg Henry Waters. He is kind enough to agree to do an interview about his music and life to this online readership. Tell us about your background. Who you are? Where you are from? Didn’t you venture north to Canada at one […]
According to the Billboard 100, Katherine Elizabeth Hudson, better known as Katy Perry, has now eleven hit singles. Five of these songs are on the same album, Teenage Dream, and Michael Jackson was the only other musician to accomplish this. She has her own movie, Part of Me, and very seldom does anyone come across […]
Concerned volunteers are now sending letters to key politicians to help save Ontario Place. Several months ago, Premier Dalton McGuinty announced the closure of Ontario Place, which is a historical landmark. Plans are now under way to replace this public space with a privately run casino. Presently, a lot of concerned citizens are mobilizing to […]
An often asked question, over the years in Country Music People. Why don’t we in the UK get the major US stars on tour anymore? The answer is two-fold, both equally important. First, the cost of the tour over here would far out weigh the CDs sold, so no matter what you gained in new […]
The old arts funding model in Canada must change because it only benefits those who are connected. The government should not fund the author, musician, or filmmaker. The the rules are rewritten, the government can actually save money and stimulate an industry, or the economy itself. How? In the past Oprah, or Simon, would pick […]
CD’s, DVD’s and IPod’s are the way to go in 2011 but not so long ago we had stereos, our own 45’s and you were able to pick out the ones you wanted and bring them right to your own special jukebox or turntable.
England has no traditions at least not any more.
The ‘lovies’ who run the proms have stolen them that’s sure.
We used to sing and bounce along with shanties we could sing.
Take on the orchestra have fun but it seems these days are gone.
Hazel eyes like lakes to drown in,
Chiseled nose by Michelangelo.
Your smile comes straight from Venus.
I should never let you go.
This forgotten masterpiece was Steve Earle’s fourth release for the MCA Companies. Released in 1990, this was the follow up to another Steve Earle classic “Copperhead Road” and continued his tough stance image. During the recording of these pieces of music, it was well documented that Steve Earle was in the deepest of his heroin […]
In 1990, Megadeth released the platinum, essential metal CD, Rust in Peace. Heralded as a classic since, twenty years later, Megadeth commemorated this anniversary by touring the year of 2010 playing the entire CD as a whole for their fans. This tour was concluded with an evening at the legendary Hollywood Palladium and presented to […]