I recently saw the group Too Many Zooz perform in Toronto at the Pheonix Concert Theatre and it was one of the most incredible shows ever. I was fortunate enough to get a spot right near the stage which made the experience even more memorable. Too Many Zooz is a New York City-based group including drummer … More Too Many Zooz – Raw Talent at its Best
I think many of us who grew up during the ’90s can safely say that much of what we hear today doesn’t compare to the sounds of the ’90s. Of course, there are some great talents right now (Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift to name a few), but there was just something about the ’90s … More Reliving the Glory of the ’90s
So I meant to post about this shortly after seeing it last week, but didn’t get a chance to until now. The Bodyguard: The Musical has been running in Toronto for several weeks now and I was delighted to have gotten a chance to see it. I wasn’t a huge fan of the original film … More The Bodyguard – The Musical
I’m a bit delayed in my review of this album, which was released on Nov. 4th, but better later than never! For those that know me well, they know what a huge fan I’ve been of Alicia Keys since she debuted back in 2001. I’ve always loved the soulfulness of her voice and the sheer … More Alicia Keys Makes an Exceptional Comeback with “Here”.
This week marked 15 years since the untimely death of R&B singer Aaliyah. It’s truly hard to believe that so much time has passed. Aaliyah had been a rising star in the early ’90s having released two very successful albums with 1994’s Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number and 1996’s One In A Million – which coincidentally came … More Aaliyah – 15 Years Later, Her Light Continues to Shine