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Phoenix Concert Theatre The Stereophonics is a band that is among the best to come out of the UK over the past ten years. And their live shows in Toronto are always guaranteed to be a good night out. However, their most recent date at the Phoenix Concert Theatre exceeded the expectations. Their tour in support of Love Sex Violence Other is showcasing a new side of the `Phonics, with a heavier sound and a gr ...

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David Usher

MOD CLUB THEATRE What happens when a prominent front man of one of the greatest Canadian rock bands goes solo? In some cases, they have a hit single, then fizzle out into obscurity. In the case of David Usher, he goes on to four successful solo albums, numerous sold out shows all over the world, and takes two of his former band mates on the road with him. David Usher celebrated the release of his fourth sol ...

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The Shins

The Kool Haus Sub Pop recording artists The Shins made their long anticipated return to Toronto with a sold out show at the Kool Haus, to an audience nearly ten times the size of their last gig (The Rivoli in 2002). Hardcore fans welcomed them with open arms, despite a mediocre performance in a venue that just did not work for them. It’s been 2 years since their last CD, 2003’s Chutes Too Narrow, but it was ...

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Duran Duran

Air Canada Centre For the fans that were too young to fully enjoy them in their early 80s heyday, or the “Durannies” who longed to see their favorite band one more time, Duran Duran’s long anticipated show at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto aimed to please everyone. The original lineup of Simon LeBon, Nick Rhodes, and the Taylors (John, Andy, and Roger) joined forces for their first arena tour in nearly 2 ...

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Low Millions

El Mocambo Never has anyone yearned to willingly be an “Ex Girlfriend” as they do now … as long as the ex-boyfriend is a member of LA’s Low Millions, currently on tour promoting their first CD, Ex Girlfriends. The pop rock powerhouse played Toronto’s El Mocambo, packing the room with the discerning thirty-something crowd. The set, starting nearly an hour late, quickly had frontman Adam Cohen owning the stag ...

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