Toronto finally got to experience the thundering return of British heavy metal icons Iron Maiden when they hit Scotiabank Arena with Within Temptation.
The Killers slayed Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, and Johnny Marr (ex-The Smiths) was just as red hot! Coverage by Darren Eagles.
Have you yet to see Darren Eagles’ coverage of Pearl Jam’s Toronto show with opener Pluralone at Scotiabank? Now’s a solid time to do so!
Twenty One Pilots (w/ opener Peter McPoland) hit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena for a spectacular full-on return to form, which saw frontman Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun giving it their all.
Supported by The Strokes and Thundercat, the Red Hot Chili Peppers made their triumphant return to Toronto and totally enthralled everyone at the Rogers Centre.
Rage Against The Machine hit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, and the sold-out show’s energy was something you’d have seen at a Lollapalooza gig in the early ’90s.
Naysayers peppered Machine Gun Kelly with mountains of negative energy when he announced he was abandoning his original genre…
Ringo Starr kicked off his latest tour at Casino Rama, accompanied by his All-Starr Band, and needless to say, this was one heck of an evening. Coverage by Darren Eagles.
Canada’s pop-punk Princess, Avril Lavigne awed a whack-load of fans, new and old, at the Casino Rama Entertainment Centre.
Classic rockers Styx played two sold-out shows at Orillia’s Casino Rama Entertainment Centre, and Darren Eagles caught one of the hardest working bands in action on November 14th.
If you’ve never witnessed a Tool show, this review of their November 11th show at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with Killing Joke won’t really do it justice, but Darren Eagles does about as best as you could in his review and photos of the band’s astounding performance.
Thom Yorke, touring behind his latest album Anima (XL Recordings), brought Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri to Scotiabank Arena for an immersive, arena-filling stroll through Yorke’s complex catalogue.
Korn and Alice In Chains are on a North American co-headlining tour and Budweiser Stage was the venue for the Toronto sonic onslaught which delivered the best of both band’s storied discographies. Opening power came from both Underoath and H09909.