It was no surprise that Bob Dylan’s latest offering, “Tempest,” found music scribes tripping over each other to extol its virtues upon the set’s release in September.
So far, 2012 has proven to be a banner year for Canadian rock perennials.
It’s no surprise that “6th Avenue Heartache” and “One Headlight,” the biggest hits to come from the Wallflowers’ 1996 set “Bringing Down The Horse,” are in regular rotation countrywide on classic rock stations today.
Earlier this year, the single-moniker New Zealand songsmith Kimbra was poised as the next big thing the pop music world needed to get to know.
Tunes & Tix “The weakness of an autobiography is the lack of perspective of the person whos writing it, so for that reason, I’ll never write an autobiography. Never,” Neil Young to biographer Jimmy McDonough, “Shakey,” 2002.
Customarily, it takes at least a decade of hindsight for the contributions of music icons to be singled out for praise and to receive props from subsequent generations of rock and pop movers and shakers.
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