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THE COOPER BROTHERS – “RADIO SILENCE” CD RELEASE AT CENTREPOINTE

THE COOPER BROTHERS – “RADIO SILENCE” CD RELEASE AT CENTREPOINTE
    Ottawa’s rock ‘n roll cowboys, The Cooper Brothers, treated their fans to an exceptional and extra special performance at Centrepointe Theatre Friday night, which was jam-packed with special guests in celebration of their newest album release, “Radio Silence”. In addition to the band’s seven members, a four-piece horn section added a colourful boost to the first half of... Read More

THE COOPER BROTHERS SET TO UNLEASH “RADIO SILENCE”

THE COOPER BROTHERS SET TO UNLEASH “RADIO SILENCE”
Ottawa’s own, The Cooper Brothers, are set to release their 7th album, “Radio Silence”, and plan to do it in style. Their upcoming show at Centrepointe Theatre this coming Fri., Apr. 28 will celebrate the CD’s official launch, and feature a series of great special guests, along with a vast repertoire of past/present material plucked from the band’s 43-year history.... Read More

DARBY MILLS PROJECT PREMIERES NEW MONKEY VIDEO IN THE MUSIC EXPRESS

DARBY MILLS PROJECT PREMIERES NEW MONKEY VIDEO IN THE MUSIC EXPRESS
Former Headpins’ lead vocalist Darby Mills premiere’s “Monkey”, the  video/single from her latest solo Cd “Flying Solo”  today, here on themusicexpress.ca       Having now left Vancouver’s Headpins to front her own project, the voice of classic Headpins’ hits like  “Turn It Loud”, “Don’t It Make Ya Feel”, “Just One More Time” and “Feel It (Feel |My Body is... Read More

NEIL YOUNG PEACE TRAIL

NEIL YOUNG  PEACE TRAIL
  (Warner Music Canada) By Keith Sharp Think of a current Neil Young record as an aural CNN telecast. He sings about work ethic, (“Can’t Stop Workin”), native indigenous conflicts, (“Indian Givers” “Show Me’), the Islamic immigrantion threat (“Terrible Suicide Hang Gliders”), environmental concerns (John Oaks) and even future technologic challenges (“My New Robot”). All executed via a clean, simplistic... Read More

Last night Keith performed a tribute to some of the great artists that we lost in 2016. Watch it below:

Posted by Keith Urban on Sunday, January 1, 2017