What’s better than watching a completely rockin’ band at the Commodore for $20? Not much at all really. Despite the fact that I felt out of place with out a fedora, horn-rimmed glasses, a beard, or a jean jacket, I thoroughly enjoyed The Black Keys. The volume and caliber of nostril-tickling sound that those two […]
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Hey guys, it’s everyone’s favorite software developer at the Junos – that’s right, it’s me, Duane Storey. First, I want to thank both John and Rebecca for all their support in the last few weeks. While I am at the Junos alone right now, shooting photos, taking movies, I am not by myself – I […]
John and I have had our fair share of podcast interviews with bands and honestly it’s always been casual, friendly and from a fan’s perspective. Those are exactly the qualities I value in Duane’s coverage of the Junos so far in Calgary. He’s simply there to take photos, and experience it all as a blogger […]
Keira first showed us a Russell Peters video and although it takes a lot for a stand-up comedian on TV to make me laugh, we were literally rolling on the floor with tears in our eyes when first introduced to his humour. Photo Credit: Duane Storey [website][Flickr] This weekend he’ll be hosting the 2008 Juno […]
A few years go John had a blog post series called, “WILT” (What I’m Listening To). Inspired by Keira’s post about music yesterday, and Raul’s follow-up, here’s a sampling of what’s currently on my iPhone: Albums Nada Surf – The Weight is a Gift – They’re coming to town March 29th and playing the Commodore […]
My Surrey touchstone in the blog world, Paul, sent along a Facebook invite to the following event that made me (almost) get up and do the chicken dance. “Bring your friends and kick it old style as we bring back Stardust Roller Skating! Battle of the Bands, vote for your favorite! Dance demonstrations, roller skating, […]