"The best band in the world" entertains in London

Die Roten Punkte pokes fun at pop music with tiny instruments

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Otto and Astrid Roten

Die Roten Punkte took the stage at London Music Hall Thursday evening and had the crowd dying of laughter in their seats. The entire show was a satire of the current music scene, poking fun at celebrities for everything from drug and alcohol rehab to family dysfunction. (read more)

Beatles rooftop tribute big turnout despite weather

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Yuri Pool and his band on top of the Coffee Culture roof

Most Friday afternoons, downtown London is astir with people transferring buses, exchanging words or stopping quickly at the businesses lining the streets. But last Friday on Dundas between Wellington and Clarence, Londoners were given a reason to slow down. (read more)

Waking Eyes continue to surprise

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

The Waking Eyes

That never-ending search for new and interesting music will come to a sudden halt with one taste of what The Waking Eyes has to offer.

Any one of the band’s four albums guarantees the electrifying experience of a roller coaster â€" smooth crooning, explosive guitar riffs and solos, rhythmic twists and turns and the occasional macabre sound effect. (read more)

A&E Shorts

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to be turned into Broadway musical
Producer James L. Nederlander, who recently acquired the rights to Michael Jackson’s legendary music video “Thriller,” is developing it into a musical. (read more)


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