Windsor Natives and fast rising rockers, Autumn Kings, opened a high powered hometown concert headlined by The Tea Party at Caesars Windsor on Thursday night.
Post Productions’ Nothing But The Truth, written by Eve Lederman, tackles societal issues including child abuse and suicide in a contemplative and contemporary manner.
Into the Woods showcases the diverse talents of St. Clair College Music Theatre Performance and Entertainment Technology students in this thrilling new production.
The Pat Travers Band gave a loud and energetic performance to an enthusiastic crowd at Rock Star Music Hall with local band Guitar Army opening the show.
The Great Imposters – New Generation, Canada’s legendary and longest running drag queen troupe, thrilled a sold out female impersonation show in Windsor, Ontario.
Post Productions Explores Love, Obsession, Trauma, and Betrayal in Eve Lederman’s new play, Nothing But The Truth making it’s world premiere right here in Windsor on April 19.
Enthusiastic Music Fans headed to Dr. Disc Records, some waiting in a long line before the doors opened, in anticipation of their 12th annual Record Store Day Celebration.
Kevin Doak, Rob Tymec and Eric Branget put on a hilarious performance in Theatre in the Gallery’s Moriarty’s Friends, part of the “Actors Playing Themselves” series.
After 39 years, JUNO nominated Canadian rock band Teaze have reunited. Band member Mark Bradac talks about the band, their sell out reunion concert ,and upcoming plans.
Christee Palace opened for multi-platinum reggae rapper Sean Kingston. In this interview she discusses the concert and the exciting direction her music career is heading.