Archive for C’mon

Nadia Elkharadly: Parting is such sweet sorrow

Posted in Opinion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 23, 2013 by segarini

Nadia LogoMy mantra for 2013 so far has been a good one.  In a nutshell, I resolved to be positive, open, and hardworking and as a result life will be full of opportunities; great ones.  I firmly believe that every one of us is in charge of our own destinies.  A friend once told me that “When you wake up, you decide if you’re going to be happy today”.  But some days just start shitty and stay that way, and no matter how hard you try you can’t see that silver lining.  So on days like that you just trudge along, not even thinking that something will come along and make it better.  That is, until you check your email and see that you’ve just been approved to cover The Darkness that very night.

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Nadia Elkharadly: Best Live Shows According to Moi – Part 2

Posted in Opinion with tags , , , , , , , , on January 10, 2012 by segarini

I have to admit, I saw some seriously amazing shows in the last half of 2011.  Making this list was incredibly hard.  I chose these shows not only based on the music that the bands make, but the feeling, the experience I had while at their concert or show.  So here it is:  my final five favourite shows of 2011. As you all know, Soundgarden is my favourite band of life.  Strict parents and their breakup prevented me from ever seeing them play live in my home city.

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Cameron Carpenter: The ABC’s of Rock – C

Posted in Opinion with tags , , , , , , , on October 6, 2011 by segarini

Let’s C….
Let’s all tip our trucker hats to the almost-legend that was C’mon. Ian Blurton is one of Canada’s rock’n’roll treasures and his three-piece powerhouse will play their last shows at Toronto’s Cherry Cola’s on October 20th and at The Bovine Sex Club on October 22nd. After 15 years and a sniff of success with Change Of Heart, Blurton spent three years with his next band Blurtonia before forming C’mon with drummer Randy Curnew and Nashville Pussy bassist Katie Lynn Campbell in 2003. After a myriad of Canadian tours Curnew left the band in 2006 and was replaced by Dean Dallas Bentley.

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