Paltrocast episode 24 sees host Darren Paltrowitz chat with singer/songwriter Keb’ Mo’, En Vogue vocalist Terry Ellis, and +LIVE+ frontman Ed Kowalczyk.
Kelly Jones and guitarist extraordinaire Adam Zindani of UK band Stereophonics joined us recently for a conversation touching on David Bowie, The Tragically Hip, and more before their show at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall.
Canadian rock icons Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good brought hit Casino Rama Entertainment Centre for a hit-filled look a both artist’s extensive catalogues which have been wowing fans for over 25 years.
The inaugural Inkarceration Music and Tattoo Festival has been announced for July 13th, 14th and 15th in Mansfield, Ohio and will feature over thirty bands on two stages!
Our Lady Peace are back with a new album Somethingness scheduled for release on February 23rd. The band just released a new video for “Nice To Meet You.”
Our Lady Peace have released their new “Falling Into Place” music video, off of their new album Somethingness, along with confirming a March tour with Matthew Good.
WTFest 2017 rocked the banks of the Grand River in Brantford, ON and we caught up with Soul Asylum, Tonic, Collective Soul, and headliners Our Lady Peace.
Collective Soul bassist Will Turpin spoke to us about the band’s 10th studio album, solo efforts, and performing at WTFest in Brantford, Ontario on July 29th.
By Kat Harlton Wednesday night’s Moon Vs Sun show at Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre featuring Our Lady Peace front…
“Won’t turn Back,” the brand new single from Canadian rockers Our Lady Peace, is a bit of a departure from what I’ve come to expect from the band. This 3 minute song is a slick, catchy pop-infused tune that seems to me as if it was written exclusively for radio.
Our Lady Peace has not been able to get back to their former glory and I don’t expect this album to help them get there. Which really is a shame since I was a HUGE fan of theirs for a long time. This new release, Curve, sounds less like Our Lady Peace and more like the love child of U2 and Kings Of Leon. Definitely a new sound for the band, but I am not a fan.
On Tuesday April 3rd, 2012, Toronto’s own Our Lady Peace played a very special club show at the Phoenix Concert Theatre to celebrate the release of the band’s eighth studio album on the very same day. The band had been at work on Curve for over two years and it has been called OLP’s most experimental work since their 2000 release Spiritual Machines. In the afternoon before the April 3rd show at the Phoenix, PureGrainAudio’s own Aaron Willschick spoke to the band’s bassist Duncan Coutts to learn a little more about Curve and how the band felt about being on a club tour after so many years of arena shows. The interview was filmed by PGA’s videographer extraordinaire Mike Gionet.