Kendrick Lamar surprises fans at Toronto popup shop

first_imgAhead of Tuesday night’s hotly anticipated Kendrick Lamar concert at the Air Canada Centre, fans showed their loyalty by flocking to the rapper’s pop-up store in Toronto.And “King Kendrick” showed Toronto some love back.At around 3 p.m., the rapper from Compton, Calif., made a surprise appearance at the Livestock store at 116 Spadina Ave., thrilling the hundreds who had waited in line for merchandise. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “It was amazing,” said Arshan Raza, 17, who touched Lamar’s hand. “It didn’t feel real.READ MORE Twitter Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With:last_img read more

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LOST NEIL YOUNG AND JONI MITCHELL CONCERT RECORDINGS UNCOVERED BY ARCHIVISTS

first_imgAdvertisement Twitter Each was recorded in professional audio quality on seven-inch reel-to-reel tapes. They’re now being shopped to record labels for an official release, organizers say.Other tapes found in the collection include performances by Tim Buckley, Doc Watson and Odetta. Login/Register With: Archivists have known about the elusive recordings of Young and Mitchell for years.The tapes were first rediscovered six years ago in the possession of a private collector, but then disappeared and were deemed lost for good before turning up again a few weeks ago, said president Alan Glenn in a statement.Officials from the historical project say Canterbury House concerts were usually held on Friday and Saturday nights from 1965 to 1971. Most of the shows were recorded, they say, but the “loose atmosphere of the day” made it difficult to monitor the whereabouts of tapes.Other musicians who played the space and whose tapes haven’t been found include Gordon Lightfoot, Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, Tom Rush, Buddy Guy and Doc Boggs. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img read more

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