Friday, February 11, 2011
Two New Greg Dates
Two new dates have been confirmed for Greg. The first takes place March 5, at The Venue in Peterborough, ON. The second is on March 6, at The Historic Gayety Theatre in Collingwood, ON. Tickets for Peterborough on sale now and presale tickets for Collingwood go on sale February 14. To participate in the Collingwood presale, use the code: Be Mine.
For both dates, Greg will be performing with Travis Good from The Sadies.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
From the Sanderson Centre website…
Major roads have already been cleared in the Brantford area. Tonight’s Blue Rodeo performance will proceed as scheduled. Some patrons travelling from outside Brant County may still have difficulty travelling. Please click here for information on your options. Please make sure to check the Sanderson Centre website before leaving for the performance in case this changes.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
BlueRodeo.com Super Sale – T-Shirts, Jackets and Hats for as Little as $5.99!
The BlueRodeo.com Store is having its biggest sale ever!
For the entire month of February, the Store is holding a super sale on a ton of classic items, including t-shirts, jackets and hats, with many pieces priced as low as $5.99.
All super sale items are limited in quantity and once they sell out, they’ll be gone forever, so don’t delay.
Check out all items by visiting the Clearance section in our Store.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Demystified – New Album from The Swallows!
If you’re a fan of Glenn’s side project, The Swallows, we have some exciting news for you! Their new album Demystified is being released on March 1, 2011 and you can snag a copy of the CD and/or vinyl at the release party on March 3. The launch show will be happening at The Piston (937 Bloor St. W, Toronto, ON) with doors at 9:30 pm EST and Dany Laj opening. Prices are as follows: $7, admission only; $10, admission + Demystified CD; $15, admission + Demystified CD and vinyl.
- Shoot Out Sparks
- Outside The Wire
- I Broke My Own Heart
- Blame Us
- The One Who Got Away
- Secret City
- Mouths To Feed
- The Era Beyond Guilt
- The Critics Agree
- The Day Is Upon Us
From Demystified‘s press release:
“On the cusp of the burgeoning indie scene in Toronto, Glenn Milchem’s brainchild, The Swallows, was the result of knowledge culled from years well spent. Aural osmosis is evident in the breadth of musical genres present in Glenn’s repertoire of song and, while long recognized as one of Canada’s premier drummers (Blue Rodeo, Holy ***, Change of Heart, among others), Glenn can now add frontman to list. Following up on the critically acclaimed Awkward Situation, 2011’s Demystified, The Swallow’s fourth album, represents a huge step forward in the band’s evolution. Arguably their most ambitious record so far, it also features some of their catchiest pop moments and most extreme sonic experiments.”
Friday, January 14, 2011
Anne Lindsay “Hurry on Home” CD Release Concert with Jim Cuddy
Anne Lindsay will launch her new CD, Hurry On Home, in concert at Gallery 345 on Tuesday, January 25 at 8 pm.
A who’s who of the Canadian contemporary music scene will accompany Anne, including Jim Cuddy, Aaron Davis (Holly Cole), David Woodhead (James Keelaghan), Michael Johnston (Skydiggers), Jaron Freeman-Fox, Jason Fowler (John McDermott), Joe Macerollo, Andy Hillhouse ( Pierre Schryer), Tosh Weyman and Colleen Allen (Molly Johnson).
Gallery 345 is located at 345 Sorauren Ave. Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only) for $20. Seniors only need to pay $15 and students can come for $10.
There’s also a lovely exhibition of 19th century photographs by Carlo Naya in the Gallery , so come early and wander around.