With an upcoming fundraiser, Piva gathered the cream of the crop as he sees it from our local talent base for a show that also celebrates Hamilton music
The year began with us documenting Dave Rave’s first solo album in eight years dubbed Adventureland but the year ends with another party for Rave
What do Alessia Cara, Jason Mraz and Celine Dion have in common? You’d be suprised to find out it’s former Hamilton musician Eric Ruscinski.
“We’re basically managing the artists we’re releasing records with and we have five active artists,” says Sonic Unyon co–owner Tim Potocic.
And it’s absolutely deserved: “Under the Graveyard” rocks, the Ozzman’s best output in some time, and it’s garnering critical praise from all corners.
With his seventy–sixth birthday celebrations just wrapped up in the last week or so, Sonny Del–Rio shows little signs of slowing down
Last year, local singer and songwriter Matthew de Zoete decided to organize a local tribute to the Kinks in honour of an important pop musical hallmark
With their heyday in the early ’90s, Swervedriver developed a strong connection with Sonic Unyon and Southern Ontario as a whole.
In the midst of all of the country harvest festivals happening around southern Ontario this month, a special Hamilton Hoedown happens within city limits
“They have an incredible facility there and do a lot of scientific type things as it is an educational facility"
This energetic musical collaboration will showcase traditional band instruments and string, woodwind, brass and percussion of the full orchestra
For some 30 years, Oakville born Andrew Aldridge has lent his guitar textures to many a song from a myriad of performers.
Hamilton native, family man, mortgage broker and founder of Twin Within, Steve McKay is always an interesting interview.
“We signed to MCA in Los Angeles because Attic Records in Canada wasn’t able to get our music around the world,” says Mahon
While you can see her in that Ellis video, it’s Dong’s work with SACHA and this weekend’s benefit concert that is the current focus.
Some twenty years ago, a fourteen year old kid named Jason Hachey was living upstairs at the Corktown Tavern
“It’s funny, we met them 35 years ago when both of our bands played the Police Picnic,” recalls Deppe on his association with A Flock of Seaguls
One of the newer names on the local stage is not only prick up ears for their style of music but also for their altruistic goals.
The world of classical guitar comes to Hamilton with a festival that features concerts, workshops vendors and culminates with a guitar competition.
Songs from the Bishop offers a novel stage for some Hamilton indie rockers to get in front of a different kind of audience