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Can-punk rock icon Art Bergmann staging a comeback to a halted career

November 30, 2013 - 9:35pm

The ticking. It’s hard not to notice, harder still not to find extra meaning in.

It’s a frigid Friday morning and Art Bergmann is making some tea in the kitchen of the small, charming acreage abode just outside of Airdrie that he shares with his wife, Sherri, and their two rescue dogs. The veteran Canadian singer-songwriter has graciously agreed to a sit-down for a story to publicize his upcoming Alberta shows, his first in these parts for a good decade or more, and gigs that, hopefully, signal a welcome return to this country’s musical landscape.

Full Story:calgaryherald.com

Emm Gryner Sarnia Artwalk June 1, 2013

May 23, 2013 - 5:14pm

I'll be playing guitar with Emm Gryner at this show:

Sarnia Art Attack set for April 5

Artwalk is bringing the noise, again.
Local singer-songwriter Emm Gryner will be taking the stage with her band June 1 for the second annual ticketed concert for the 11-year-old arts and culture festival.
Co-headlining with Gryner on stage at the downtown Scotiabank parking lot will be Toronto indie rockers Zeus.

Full Story:
http://www.theobserver.ca/2013/03/23/sarnia-art-attack-set-for-april-5

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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