Known for their 2015 commercial radio song debut, Warpaint, Ivory Hours has seemingly come full circle with the release of their sophomore full-length album, Dreamworld. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with frontman Luke Roes.
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The Heels are a British Columbia Country Music Association (BCCMA) Award-winning Vancouver-based country music trio known for their “three-part harmonies, sassy lyrics, unforgettable melodies and outstanding heels.”
Veritable music veterans and San Francisco-based rockers Oh Sees are now 20 years in and have 20 releases to show for it. The band's latest album,Orc, “re-examines the quieter roots of it all in particularly baroque and homesteadly fashion.” Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with vocalist John Dwyer.
Following up the platinum-selling album Hello in 2015, Hedley will release its seventh studio album, Cageless, this Friday. Joe Leary recently spent 24 Minutes with Hedley's lead vocalist, Jacob Hoggard, and guitarist Dave Rosin.
Known as a "hired gun," Anthony Fiddler covers all the bases in the music industry.
With soaring YouTube views of both their folk-pop covers and originals, The Simpson Brothers Band turns its attention to the release of its new single, Country Radio.
Alternative local rock group Derrival blend an eclectic mix of pop, rock and electronic sounds in their long-awaited debut full-length album. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with singer/guitarist Adam Mah.
From a dance hit on the Billboard charts to TV and movie soundtracks to appearing at New York’s legendary Bowery Ballroom, Jennifer Hershman has compiled a pretty impressive resume. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the singer/songwriter.
Having racked up millions of Spotify streams and YouTube views, B.C. born rapper and singer/songwriter SonReal now has his debut international release One Long Dream drawing praise. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the Juno Award nominee.
Having just released her debut EP Electric Hearts which “echoes her easy-going nomadic lifestyle as a self-proclaimed wanderlust,” Emily Rowed joins the illustrious roster of 604 Records. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the Vancouver singer.
Taking radio by storm in 2004 with the song You’re Beautiful, James Blunt has since gone on to sell millions of albums worldwide.
Rolling Stone Magazine named him “A Country artist to watch in 2017” and last year Spotify made the same declaration.
After 29 years, The Phantom of the Opera is still the reigning champion as the longest-running production on Broadway.
With his hit song See You Again featuring Wiz Khalifa having recently overtaken Psy's Gangnam Style as the most-viewed YouTube video of all-time with over 2.9 billion views, Charlie Puth is a serious musical force. Joe Leary recently spent 24 Minutes with the singer/songwriter/producer.
An indie rock band from Brooklyn, N.Y., Beach Fossils long-awaited Somersault album has them charting new musical territory with “a refined songwriting style.” Prior to their July 10 appearance at the Biltmore, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with vocalist Dustin Payseur.
A prolific saxophonist, Ernie Watts has performed with everyone from Buddy Rich to the Rolling Stones; and Thelonius Monk to Franz Zappa.
Soul, funk, Latin, R&B, you name it - The Boom Booms are all that.
The Animals were one of the iconic rock groups to emerge during the British Invasion of the 1960s, offering classics such as House of the Rising Sun, We Gotta Get Out of this Place and It’s My Life. Prior to his appearance this Saturday (June 17) at the Hard Rock Casino, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with legendary vocalist of The Animals, Eric Burdon.
Chase Your Words is an emerging Vancouver-based pop-punk quartet that's quickly gaining a solid fan base. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with lead vocalist and guitarist Chris Siglos.
Offering an amalgam of jazz, funk, soul and rhythm and blues, Raincity Blue is a familiar name in Vancouver's music scene. Ahead of their EP release and performance at Granville Island’s Backstage Lounge this Friday, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with singer Clare Twiddy and drummer Jay Schreiber.