January 9 , 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 55  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Rockin; out in '04

In January, our indie rock heroes The Parkas return to London on the 22nd for a show at The Spoke after the success of their 2003 disc Now This is Fighting. Can-rock ambassador Bryan Adams runs to us on Jan. 29 at the John Labatt Centre, while depressing song goddess Jann Arden hits the JLC with opener Emm Gryner on Jan. 31. Over at Call the Office, hardcore rockers Dillinger Escape Plan plan to blow the roof off the office on Jan. 24, while Halifax hip-hopper Buck 65 delivers his gruff rhymes on Jan. 31. Also on the 31st is the wild and raucous White Cowbell Oklahoma playing The Embassy.

The magical and soaring voice of Josh Groban will delight the conservative ears of boring people when he graces the JLC stage on Feb. 17. But in March, get ready for some sexy swingin’ when cougars congregate at the JLC for the Tom Jones show on the 13th. Beware of flying panties.

Senegal’s acclaimed African-fusion group Orchestra Baobab make an appearance at Centennial Hall on Apr. 18. May brings the beloved Shania Twain on the 10th to the JLC and Diana Krall on the 25th, also at the JLC.

—Brian Wong

 

 

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