September 19, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 13  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Hawksley Workman talks

Remember that part in Almost Famous where Billy Crudup's character, Stillwater guitarist Russell Hammond, stands on a rooftop at a party practicing his last words? All he manages to come up with is "I'm on drugs."


Lillix: it's about rocking harder

Lillix has been storming up the charts lately with their catchy pop rock song "It's About Time." The Gazette caught up with Lillix drummer Kim Urhahn for a closer look at the Lillix life.


Tyler Done's closing remarks

Canadian Idol has generated quite the buzz over the past few months. We caught up with former Idol competitor Tyler Done once more to get a few of his final thoughts on the conclusion of Canadian Idol.


CD Review

There is a certain "je ne sais quoi" feeling that can be evoked from time to time, on any given summer night, driving under the translucent opal twilight through the Beaches district in Toronto. It is a certain mood, a flavour, a sense of something in the air that cannot quite be articulated but is there. Ottawa rocker Jim Bryson, still a relative unknown in many circles, comes as close as you can get to bottling that distinctive yet subdued pub-patio, open-air ambiance on his second CD, The North Side Benches.


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