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Dear Canadian Rock Radio Stations, What Happened to You? – PART 2

Chad Vice

Dear Canadian Rock Radio Stations, What Happened to You? – PART 2

Hey! Guess what? Yesterday, on our new rock radio station Rebel 101.7, I heard a Killer Dwarfs song played, “Dirty Weapons”, and to top it off, it was even pre-announced as an upcoming song by the host, where he also mentioned that the band played here in Ottawa not long ago. I swear I travelled back to 1990, which is great news for someone like me who lives their life in the past. I’d like to think that my “Part 1” article here got some positive attention, and radio stations are now taking heed that I am a serious music...

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Dear Canadian Rock Radio Stations, What Happened to You? – PART 1

Chad Vice #canadianrockradio #musicblog #musicfan musicinterests

Dear Canadian Rock Radio Stations, What Happened to You? – PART 1

I came a little late to the party. At 34 years old, even though I was born in 1981, and I did hear and experience lots of great music played on AM radio and via cassettes played at people’s homes that we would visit, enjoying and being in awe of the music that would shape my life and my thoughts and my feelings into my adult years, really I was too young to attend concerts or do tape trading or really understand the feeling of getting a new album by a favorite artist or band like I do now, back...

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Situation Critical - A Concert Experience with Platinum Blonde

Chad Vice

Situation Critical - A Concert Experience with Platinum Blonde

A live concert experience is something that I’ve really enjoyed, ever since my very first concert experience going to see the band Loverboy in Ottawa in 2003, I believe it was. Yes, Loverboy was my first experience with live music, and it was a good one. I even met the drummer, Matt Frenette, who signed my ticket stub. He was amazed that this was my first concert, and promptly inquired as to whether or not I had been living on the internet all this time. I assured him that yes, I had. Since that time, I have been lucky enough...

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