Last Friday I met up with Matthew Good while he was hard at work in the studio. He graciously took a few minutes to chat with me so that I could write an article about his upcoming release for my weekly E!Online spot. An extended version follows below… Photo credit: Dan Lilly on Flickr Matthew [...]
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Tonight there is a pre-show meetup at the Kingston (everyone is invited) then it’s off to the Orpheum to see Matthew Good play a hometown gig. He’s never played the Orpheum before so he said it will be a pretty special event. Although I have written about the venue before, I haven’t been there since [...]
Last year was a huge year for our favourite singer/songwriter (who just happens to also make some amazing halibut). Photo Credit: PatZ on Flickr Matthew Good’s latest album, Hospital Music, debuted at #1 in Canada and climbed up the top 10 even on iTunes charts in the US where he doesn’t even have a label. [...]
Boston and I had a tumultuous relationship. I moved there alone not knowing anyone or having ever visited the city before. I had a new role with my company, a new house, and new friends to seek out, which wasn’t easy. One thing that I was able to go out and do by myself (that [...]
John and I usually have pretty bad luck when it comes to venue security for sporting events or concerts however after tonight I don’t feel so targeted. Walking into The Centre for Matthew Good‘s Vancouver stop on the Nothing to Hide Tour I spotted his sister-in-law, Chloe, along with her children and Matt’s parents. We [...]
When John told me this morning he heard on the radio that Matthew Good was going to be playing the Molson Brewery I did a double take. The Molson Brewery? The one in Kits? Near the Burrard Bridge? Matthew Good… at the Brewery? Yeah I’m sure you get the gist. Well it’s true, CFOX is [...]
Earlier this summer I jetted down to Vegas to take part in an event, do some live blogging, and wish a friend happy birthday. Throughout the duration of my 36 hour escapade I ran into all kinds of interesting people, from the man at McCarran that told me it was nice to see a girl [...]