A lot of big titles get thrown around in the entertainment industry, often with more pomp than actual substance. But when Randy Buchman is referred to as ‘the architect of Canadian rock and roll’, there’s little hyperbole in the statement.
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The Beach Boys are back! The Beach Boys Niagara Fallsview Resort Concert is set to be an exciting concert. The Beach Boys are THE boys of summer. The band has been a group since 1961 and has sold over 100 million records since the bands inception.
The Beach Boys have done two things consistently since the bands inception. They have toured and they have released music albums albeit nothing new has appeared in recent memory but that has not stopped the “best of” albums from flying out the studio door at a regular pace.
American country music has seen a resurgence of sorts in recent years. Long maligned outside of its established fan base, a new generation of country music artists have been hugely successful in forging the new ‘country pop’ scene and bringing country music sensibilities to a wider audience, more consistently than at any other point in music’s recent history. There are a lot of bands and solo artists responsible for this trend, but arguably one of the most recognisable names in this field is Rascal Flatts.
After a brief time off in the 1980's, The Doobie Brothers have been going strong, touring the world in front of sold out audiences. They will be coming to Niagara Falls for two live performances this October.
The Doobie Brothers in Niagara Falls
The Doobie Brothers, a rock band formed in 1970, are mostly associated with the body of work from their first decade. And these songs do remain their most iconic. The group first formed in name with John Hartman, Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons and Dave Shogren, playing around Northern California.
Mike Tyson is arguably the most famous heavyweight boxer since Muhammed Ali. Although his two title reigns were relatively short, his brutal style and controversial personality garnered him worldwide fame that has lasted to this day. And he’s bringing his story to the stage.
Arguably the most important roots rocker to emerge on the music scene since Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp has garnered an impressive 22 Top 40 hits over his career, including 7 number 1 hits on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart which is the most for any solo artist. His combination of plain spoken lyrics and catchy rhythms make his work instantly recognizable to audiences around the world.