Music really is an incredible thing. It has the power to unite us, or divide us, depending on someone’s music preferences, and it serves as the perfect muse for most of us going about our days. I thought it might be fun to share with all of you some of my favourite songs of all … More What are some of your favourite songs?
A few days ago, my mom and I had to make a trip to Niagara. We opted to take my truck as opposed to my mom’s vehicle, and in doing so, I was in full control of the music, which I can always appreciate. I love classic rock, as I have mentioned before here on … More Here’s to the pioneer rock bands
A few days ago, my mom, dad and I made a trip to Cleveland, Ohio, to get away for a few days. We weren’t entirely sure of how exactly we were going to fill our days while we were there, but one thing was certain; we were going to be paying a visit to the … More Yes, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is worth seeing
I’m optimistic you read the title of this post and immediately connected the reference to AC/DC’s song. If you didn’t, that’s okay. I’m not here to judge. Rock music isn’t for everyone, but it certainly is for me. Since purchasing a Spotify premium membership, I’ve had the opportunity to explore my preferred genre of music … More For those about to rock, I salute you
Back in December, I created a post describing some of my favourite tunes and the reasoning as to why they’re my favourite. All of us have songs that are near and dear to our hearts, and it’s interesting to learn why certain songs resonate deeper with us than others. Since my previous post listed only … More The power of song: part two
On Thursday evening, my mom, dad and I saw a Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) cover band, presented by the Classic Albums Live Series. The concert was at the Sanderson Centre in Brantford, and the three of us attended the show with a few of my parents’ friends. Classic Albums Live “takes classic albums and recreates … More Classic Albums Live Series: Creedence Clearwater Revival
I often say that I wish I had grown up in the 70s and 80s simply for the music that was produced in these eras. I can’t express how profoundly I enjoy classic rock, and it pains me that music that is even relatively comparable to that of the past likely will not be produced … More Hotel California: The Original Eagles Tribute