From kidney stones, to extracted teeth, to clumps of hair—here are some of the most bizarre celebrity items on the auction block.
Whether or not we like to admit it, celebrities fascinate us. We buy their albums, watch their movies and read every...Read More»
The Canadian troubadour turns 82 this week (September 21, 2016) and he's chosen his big day to gift his fans with the title track of his soon-to-be-released new album, You Like It Darker.
Sony Music, Cohen's label for five decades, has called the album...Read More»
The man in the dark suit and fedora approached the microphone. Live for the first time in more than a decade, Leonard Cohen was going to sing a...Read More»
If you've ever wondered why the Rolling Stones keep touring and playing concerts after more than 50 years together—and haven't we all wondered about...Read More»
The rock and roll canon is filled with songs about great passions and unrequited feelings. Here, a few of the muses that inspired some of rock's greatest...Read More»
Toronto's historic Kensington Market neighbourhood is many things to many people – a countercultural hub set within a few block radius in the heart...Read More»
The Everly Brothers. Pink Floyd. The Eagles. No matter how famous, some rock bands just couldn't make their creative partnerships work.
There are...Read More»
Forty-seven years after Woodstock, the fashion statements made by concert-goers continues to endure.
It seems the more things change, the more...Read More»
The legendary Bee Gee talks music, family and his new solo album, In The Now.
Barry Gibb, songwriting great and one third of the legendary band The Bee...Read More»
No dress rehearsal, this is our life: Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip played their final gig, in their hometown, in the arena that the band...Read More»
The banning of classic songs has a long, storied—and often ridiculous—history. We look back at some of the more famous ones.
While having...Read More»
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