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Rod Stewart’s still got charm and energy to spare: concert review

Rod Stewart gave the adoring crowd exactly what they wanted at the Air Canada Centre, while low-key Steve Winwood paraded the hits in an extended jam. By: Nick Krewen Music, Published on Mon Dec 16 2013 Rod Stewart and Steve Winwood 3.5 stars At the Air Canada Centre, Sunday, Dec. 15 He may be the spryest 68-year old on the planet. We’re not exactly sure what it is that Rod…


GRAMMY Hall of Fame Inspirations: Verdine White

NEWS GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inspirations: Verdine White From the Beatles to Sly & The Family Stone, six-time GRAMMY winner Verdine White grooves on five influential GRAMMY Hall Of Fame recordings GRAMMYS MAY 15, 2017 – 2:36 AM GRAMMY.com Nick Krewen  (To commemorate the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame’s 40th Anniversary in 2013, GRAMMY.com has launched GRAMMY Hall Of Fame Inspirations. The ongoing series will feature conversations with various individuals who…


Amazing Charles Bradley steps out of the shadows and makes it a better world – Review

“The Screaming Eagle of Soul” spun his tales of woo and woe with the gravelly voice of experience before an enchanted crowd at the packed-to-the-rafters Phoenix on Saturday night.   By: Nick Krewen Music, Published on Sun May 12 2013 The age of the showman is alive and well, as long as Charles Bradley’s heart is still beating. Rescued from oblivion at the age of 62, and plying a sound…


Welcome to the Set List: Charles Bradley at The Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto

GRAMMYS   May 11, 2013 – Welcome to The Set List. Here you’ll find the latest concert recaps for many of your favorite, or maybe not so favorite, artists. Our bloggers will do their best to provide you with every detail of the show, from which songs were on the set list to what the artist was wearing to which out-of-control fan made a scene. Hey, it’ll be like you…


Cliks lead singer Lucas Silveira changes tune on Black Tie Elevator

Rocker and LBGT icon reborn after completing physical transition from woman to man By: Nick Krewen Music, Published on Tue Apr 23 2013   To describe Cliks lead singer Lucas Silveira as a changed man doesn’t cover the half of it. When the Toronto rock band led by the transgendered Silveira last released an album, 2009’s Dirty Kings, he had yet to go through the physical transition that converted him…