Prince may have been referring to a monumental decision on the part of two musical parties. Gowan and Styx. It was in that very same year – the two powerhouses combined to form a lethal unit. One of Canada’s most successful solo artists filling a void within a group who lost one of their members.
Dennis DeYoung out – Lawrence Gowan in …
A transition eased by Lawrence’s DeYoung-like vocals and his talent as an entertainer. A true match made in heaven. A true pairing of musical talents.
Please listen as Lawrence initiates what will be a reoccurring Top Ten List feature while at the same time – explaining his Top Ten Reasons for Joining Styx!Lawrence also explains an upcoming tour this summer. A jaunt across America featuring two other legendary acts.
For England – born Molly Thomason, her third album is a charm.
With a love of Joan Jett propelling her through Toronto ( her adopted home), Molly’s star is on the rise. Citing two of Canada’s sweethearts as influences, it is easy to hear why Molly uses the ‘teenage angst’ in her favor.
Columbus Field is the name of the album. Columbus Field is the place where some of her thoughts arrive from. Dirty, gritty and complete with ear-catching melodies, Columbus Field is a record to be reckoned with.
Platinum selling Bossa Nova greats – Bet. E and Stef are back! Good for the listener, better for them …
Listen as Bet. E and Stef explain their absence and what it has done for them as people and artists. A win – win situation combined with re-issues on a new album. A record which should introduce them to an entire audience.