Last updated 20 October 2012
Even though it's like dancing about architecture, this section contains writings on the topic of music.
Journey: The Story of the Who
Bob Geldof: Live in Ottawa - October 2012, when I actually meet the man himself
Roger Daltrey performs The Who's Tommy - A report on the September 29 concert in Toronto, Ontario
Roger Daltrey: Use It or Lose It Tour - A report on his November 5 concert in Orillia, Ontario.
An Ironic Night at the Rock Opera - Under the banner of Canadian Idol, members of Queen make an appearance at Toronto performance of We Will Rock You. I was there, appreciating the irony. When I wasn't screaming like the fan-girl I am.
Give Me Something to Sing About - Adventures in voice lessons.
Me and Bob Geldof - Join us on our odyssey to the wilds of Toronto, where we saw Sir Bob Geldof give one of the best live performances ever. (Warning: Many, many expletives within. (Or, just one, really, repeated many times.) And also, live sex.)
Report from the 32nd Popular Culture Association Annual Conference (March 13-16, 2002): Dateline Toronto: What do academics talk about when they get together? Movies they've seen, TV shows they've watched, books they've read. Just like you and me — well, sort of...
The autobiography of the rock star turned activist, from his miserable Irish childhood to his journalism career in Canada, rock stardom, and Live Aid. More
Heavy Metal — Timely at the time, now an almost quaint look back at a time when Ozzy Osbourne seemed dangerous and Sass Jordan was a singer rather than a TV judge.
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