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The Trews

Vogue Theatre- Vancouver, BC The Trews have been on tour for over fourteen months this time around and with the strength of their live show last night, those watching may have found that hard to believe. Maybe it was the extra adrenaline that kicked in from playing in front of fellow-Canadians again. Whatever it was, it was obvious that the grind of touring, at least for those 90-minutes, was not being felt ...

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The Fray

Orpheum Theatre- Vancouver, BC Opening with “Munich,” it was immediately obvious the crowd was at the show to hear sweet-voiced front man-pianist Isaac Slade sing his ass off and sound just as good live as on the CD. Girls who were compelled to scream their lungs out excitedly welcomed The Fray’s show full of live crowd interaction. It took only two songs before Slade was off the stage, walking around and s ...

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The Darkness and Foxy Shazam

The Commodore Ballroom- Vancouver, BC Foxy Shazam, the aggressive, glittery Cincinnati six-piece rock outfit opened with their energetic, balls-to-the-walls live insanity. Produced by the lead singer of The Darkness, Justin Hawkins, Foxy Shazam were a great fit for the opening spot and the packed Commodore Ballroom was proof enough that people showed up to the sold-out show early to catch the spectacle. Lea ...

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Simple Plan, Marianas Trench, All Time Low, These Kids Wear Crowns

Pacific Coliseum- Vancouver, BC The Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC once again had every person in it screaming for amazing, entertaining bands. On tour supporting their latest release "Get Your Heart On!", Montreal's Simple Plan, with their special guests, played an amazing show. Popping out of a toy pop-box to start off the opening set was Josh Ramsay, lead singer of Vancouver's own Mariana's Trench. Th ...

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LMFAO and Far East Movement

Pacific Coliseum- Vancouver, BC Pacific coliseum in Vancouver, BC was transformed into a giant nightclub last night for people of all ages. Everyone was sweating from head to toe by the time they got out of the concert because of the non-stop dance-fest that Far East Movement and LMFAO created. Far East Movement (most commonly known for their single "Like A G6") was LMFAO's opening act and definitely made e ...

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STYX

Coquitlam, BC- Red Robinson Show Theatre Back in the 70’s or 80’s, even if you did not go out and buy their vinyl records, you knew every STYX song on the radio. STYX dominated rock airwaves, which comes as no surprise that fans of all ages would still attend to a STYX show today. STYX first broke into Canada with their album "Equinox." The band may no longer play huge shows, but the power of their songs st ...

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Theory Of A Deadman

Orpheum Theatre- Vancouver, BC Last night, Theory Of A Deadman brought their "A-Game" to their hometown crowd, touring in support of their latest studio album "The Truth Is...". The new album has successfully kept the sound alive that Theory Of A Deadman fans have grown to love from their previous albums "Scars & Souvenirs" (2008), "Gasoline" (2005), and "Theory of a Deadman" (2002). Playing a myriad of ...

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Hanson

The Vogue- Vancouver, BC It has been fifteen years since "Middle Of Nowhere" was released. Though it may have seemed that somewhere down the line Hanson had disappeared, really, they have never skipped a beat. The brothers hit the ground running from a major label after creative differences, and created their own label, 3CG Records. It has been twelve years since Hanson first played to wide-eyed girls in Va ...

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Allstar Weekend, Hollywood Ending, Before You Exit, The After Party

The Vogue Theater - Vancouver, BC Last night 100+ screaming girls, myself included, were fortunate enough to enjoy a great night at the Vogue Theatre downtown Vancouver, full of AWESOME music, sick dance moves and four incredibly good looking boy bands. The concert started off on an amazing note by the first opening band, Hollywood Ending. They were FANTASTIC! These five guys knew how to get the girls screa ...

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Matthew Good

Matthew Good hit home December 2nd for their second to last show of the tour. Standing alone on the stage, Good dramatically opened the evening with the lights off while he sung “While We Were Hunting Rabbits,” off his first solo release “Avalanche.” The audience watched in silence until the last few notes of the song. Good’s latest release, Lights of Endangered Species, hit shelves in May 2011, but Good st ...

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