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The Velvet Underground only sold 30,000 copies of its first album during its initial release. Brian Eno once said that all 30,000 of the people who bought that original pressing started a band. That quote is often misapplied to Velvet Underground's primary songwriter Lou Reed. But Reed has proven the misapplication correct, influencing many an artist during his post-VU career.

Published in Music News

Wednesday night started rough for the Cowboy Junkies. Lead singer Margo Timmins was recovering from a week-long illness, pulling away from the microphone to quietly cough while sipping mug after mug of hot tea.

Published in Reviews
Wednesday, 18 April 2012 15:48

Cowboy Junkies 4/18/12

Throughout a career that has spanned nearly three decades, Toronto's Cowboy Junkies have maintained the same raw emotional resonance that was present on their now classic 1987 release, "The Trinity Session."

Published in Live Performances