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They Came to Rock – Brighton Rock 30th Anniversary (Concert Review)

They Came to Rock – Brighton Rock 30th Anniversary (Concert Review)

I, The Meister, love the live concert experience, everything about it from start to finish and attend as many shows as possible, but some events just hold something a little more special than others. Friday, April 29, 2016, at the Molson Canadian Studio at Hamilton Place in Hamilton Ontario, was one of those “stay with […]

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The Last Vegas Meets Decibel Geek (Interview & Concert Review)

The Last Vegas Meets Decibel Geek (Interview & Concert Review)

The Last Vegas are a rock band out of Chicago that have been around since at least 2004 when they released their debut album Lick ‘Em and Leave ‘Em. The sound of the band incorporates elements of glam, punk and sleaze and have a kind of boogie and swagger that must be heard. Motley Crue fans […]

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30 Years of Brighton Rock

30 Years of Brighton Rock

Canadian band Brighton Rock has been a part of my musical landscape since as long as I can remember, well let’s face it, I often struggle to remember what breakfast consisted of these days….lol. From catching their video on MuchMusic (the Canadian MTV) to sitting crossed-legged on the floor staring at the album cover and […]

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Iron Maidens In The Hammer: A Concert Review

Iron Maidens In The Hammer: A Concert Review

***A photo gallery by Brian Ronald appears at the end of this review*** The world’s only all-female Iron Maiden tribute band The Iron Maidens has made a name for themselves around the world with the chops and the looks that kill. Having seen them on MORC 2014 (Monsters of Rock Cruise), I knew what the […]

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Decibel Geek and Juno

Decibel Geek and Juno

Who or what is a Juno Award, you might ask, that is unless you’re from Canada. Well simply put, The Juno Awards are Canada’s equivalent to The Grammy‘s and showcase the best in Canadian music from genres across the board. The Juno Awards are named for Pierre Juneau who was the first president of the Canadian […]

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Sarasin: Metal From The Hammer

Sarasin: Metal From The Hammer

What’s this? A plain kraft paper envelope in my mailbox addressed to “The Meister”!  I slid the CD and the accompanying promo package out of the envelope.  The cover art was rather uninspiring, let me re-phrase that.  The drawing was quite intriguing, a serpent of sorts swallowing itself so that it’s encircled in a ring, […]

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