Blue Peter

CBC counts down 11 favourite vintage Canadian new wave bands

August 26, 2014 - 11:10pm

It's all back: the synths, the skinny jeans, the studded jackets and, of course, the hair — and along with it, an ever-growing new wave of new wave bands.

7. Blue Peter
"At the forefront of the movement — their 'Chinese Graffiti,' 'Radio Silence' and 'Don't Walk Past' are a trifecta of new wave gems."

http://music.cbc.ca/#/blogs/2014/8/Jian-Ghomeshi-counts-down-11-favourit...

Don't Walk Past featured on ICON: Best of Canada The 1980’s

March 31, 2014 - 10:42pm

Release Date: March 25, 2014
Label: Universal Music Canada

Buy it on iTunes Canada:
itunes.apple.com/ca/album/icon-best-of-canada-the-1980s/id840475174

Tragically Hip – New Orleans Is Sinking
Alanis – Never Too Hot
Blue Peter – Don’t Walk Past
Boy's Brigade – Passion Of Love
Candi – Under Your Spell
Dalbello - Gonna Get Close To You
Eight Seconds – Kiss You When It’s Dangerous
Gino Vannelli - Black Cars
Glass Tiger –  Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone)
Grapes Of Wrath –  All The Things I Wasn’t
Helix – Rock You
Kim Mitchell – Go For A Soda
Luba – Let It Go
Men Without Hats – Pop Goes The World
Northern Pikes - Teenland
Pagliaro – What The Hell I Got
Paul Janz – Every Little Tear
Payolas -  Eyes Of A Stranger
Prism – Young & Restless
Rock & Hyde – Dirty Water
Sheriff – When I’m With You
Sherry Kean - I Want You Back
Spoons - Nova Heart
Strange Advance -   World’s Away
Tom Cochrane – Big League
Triumph – Magic Power
Bob & Doug McKenzie - Take Off
Rush – Limelight
KD Lang & Roy Orbison – Crying
Robbie Robertson – Showdown At Big Sky
Colin James – Five Long Years
Pursuit Of Happiness – I’m An Adult Now
Powder Blues Band – Doin’ It Right
Red Rider – Lunatic Fringe
Bryan Adams – Run To You
Martha & Muffins - Echo Beach

The GridTO: Then & Now: The Edge

November 3, 2012 - 12:14am
Flyer credit: Don Pyle.

FRI NOV 2, 2012
Then & Now: The Edge

...The Garys saw the club as a springboard for emergent local acts. “We nurtured a lot of local groups who got signed from playing regularly at The Edge and from being promoted the same ways we would promote The Police or whoever,” says Topp. He namechecks more than a dozen Toronto acts of the time, including The Mods, Drastic Measures, The Sharks, The Curse, Spoons, Battered Wives, The Demics, The Dishes, Johnny and the G-Rays, Blue Peter, and The B-Girls."

Full Story: http://www.thegridto.com/culture/music/then-now-the-edge/

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