Posts Tagged ‘David Burrows’

First annual Rock & Roll Christmas concert guaranteed to delight

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It seems Sarnia-Lambton just can’t get enough of its Christmas events. This year is no exception and thanks to David Chaulk and Brian Austin Jr. of the Imperial Theatre, there’s another chance to get into the Christmas spirit. Playing the concert will be some of the community’s favourite musicians, including CD/DC, Erika and Sara, Denise […]

‘The Show’ celebrates its 150th episode this week

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It’s been a long run for David Burrows but his weekly review of local entertainment is still going strong. Indeed, “The Show” is hitting a notable milestone this week with its 150th episode. The video program, which can be seen on every week (it goes online at 9 a.m. Wednesdays), began as an expression […]

K106.3 FM celebrating 15 years of rock at sold-out show tonight


By DAVID BURROWS The celebration is on tonight as local rock station K106.3 FM is having its 15 year birthday bash at the Stubborn Mule. Canadian artist Sam Roberts along with The Pick Brothers from Toronto will be performing to an already sold out crowd. Radio personality and program director for K106.3fm Rob Jenkins says […]

Wellabee rocks Stokes with reunion concert following documentary screening


Last weekend’s screening of “Nostalgia Kills: The Wellabee Documentary,” a locally produced film chronicling the life and times of an iconic Sarnia music phenomenon was, by all accounts a success. The Saturday night screening at the Imperial Theatre was followed by a reunion show at Stokes By the Bay. With friends, family and fans gathered […]

‘Rockumentary’ filmmaker excited about upcoming screening

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Excitement is building as the release of the independent film titled “Nostalgia Kills: the Wellabee Documentary” being presented at Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre March 22. The Rockumentary of a band from Sarnia who traveled near and far is the creation of local independent filmmaker Mark Tetreault, lead singer for the reunited Wellabee. “I am thrilled that […]

Local pool players come away from London competition in top form


By DAVID BURROWS Perhaps when you think of pool, you may think of Paul Newman in “The Hustler” or Tom Cruise in “The Color of Money.” In reality pool is a respected sport that requires accuracy and mental focus. There are many sanctioned leagues throughout the world such as VNEA & BCA. Both have a […]

Platinum Blonde playing The Stubborn Mule this Saturday


  By DAVID BURROWS The 80`s has always been one of my favourite generations of music. Perhaps because that was my high school days. One that I always remembered and truly enjoyed was  “Platinum Blonde.” The band originally began as a tribute band performing the music of “The Police,” but as it became more popular […]

Sarnia rings in the New Year in spectacular fashion as Centennial celebration begins


It was a night to remember and the beginning of a year destined to belong to Sarnia as the city rang in 2014 where 100 years ago the “Town” got ready to put on its big clothes. We’re talking, of course, about New Year’s 2014 and all the festivities put together to celebrate the Centennial—which […]

‘The Wholigans’ tribute band performs at the Stubborn Mule


By DAVID BURROWS From Las Vegas to Florida and all around the world, “The Wholigans,” the world’s first and longest running tribute to The Who since 1982, played the Stubborn Mule this past Friday. It was a curious crowd and many I spoke to asked me if I had ever witnessed the “The Wholigans” before. […]

OPINION: Proud to be a member of a community that ‘listens’ and acts

By DAVID BURROWS I had the privilege of attending an important presentation at the Lambton Inn this past Thursday morning. When I say privilege I don’t mean that it was an “invite only.” It is simply the privilege of being a citizen in a community that asks for our opinion and invites all of us […]