• Hall & Oates @ Air Canada Centre

    Ripping through a lifetime of hits, smooth pop duo Daryl Hall and John Oates made the vast Air Canada Centre feel like an intimate nightclub this past Tuesday night

  • Def Leppard with Journey @ Rogers Centre

    Three classic rock powerhouses took on the Rogers Centre this past Friday night in the form of Peter Frampton, Journey and Def Leppard. The trio drew in a crowd of thousands who got the show of a lifetime over the course of the night. Peter Frampton had a relatively short set but one that immediately ramped…

  • Hollywood Vampires @ Casino Rama

    There was a definite buzz of excitement in the air on May 18th at Casino Rama in Orillia, Ontario. The crowds swarmed into the sold out venue to experience the super group, Hollywood Vampires. This being one of the few North American shows for the band, it helped fuel the roar of excitement as the…

  • Bon Jovi @ Air Canada Centre

    It’s been just over a year since Bon Jovi and company were in town last, but one can never have too much of JBJ. The New Jersey native and his pals made their way back to the Air Canada Centre for another leg of their This House is Not for Sale tour in support of…

  • Judas Priest @ Casino Rama

    If there was ever a time to put ear protection in, March 30th, 2018 was that night. As a huge red and black banner dropped and was literally sucked back into the rear of the stage, the legendary heavy metal rockers, Judas Priest, loudly blasted into their title track off their new album FIREPOWER at the sold out…

  • Rod Stewart @ Air Canada Centre

    The first words that come to mind when speaking about Rod Stewart are the obvious adjectives: talented, tireless and terrific. After those though, the undisputed descriptors of the man are “unpretentious” and “joyous”. For someone who’s been on the music scene for over half a century, the man performs with the liveliness and attitude of…

  • Alice Cooper @ Casino Rama

    March is known for it blustery cold winds, surmountable snow falls and treacherous driving conditions. However, tonight the sky was clear, a full moon hung in the motionless sky as an eerie rumble was about to transform and consume our senses. Casino Rama opened its sold out, 5,000 seat entertainment centre to welcome the godfather…

  • SAGA: The Farewell Concert @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre

    After 40 years, Canadian prog-rock legends SAGA played their Farewell Concert in Toronto. Check out our pictures from ‘Q107 presents SAGA “On The Loose” in The Big Smoke one last time, with special guests James Blonde.’

  • Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters @ Massey Hall

    There’s something incredibly humbling about seeing a rock icon perform in an intimate venue like Massey Hall. To be a few hundred metres away from a man who influenced the whole of rock music is a rare event that is becoming increasingly rarer, so to see a Robert Plant show in 2018 is an experience…

  • Jim Cuddy Band @ Massey Hall

    What better way to spend Valentine’s Day than with Canadian icon Jim Cuddy and his pal and fellow Canadian rock star Barney Bentall playing at Massey Hall in a show full of surprises. Bentall kicked things off with a low-key set featuring stripped down versions of songs like “Something to Live For”. For the most part,…

  • Big Wreck @ REBEL

    A lot has happened in the past 20 years: from the Y2K scare, to wardrobe malfunctions at the Super Bowl, and even Gangnam Style, the past 20 years of music and pop culture has seen many different trends and phases. One piece of musical history that has stood the test of these 20-years is Big…

  • Kim Mitchell @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre

    “We’re all here for a celebration!” sang Kim Mitchell as he tore into his Max Webster hit “The Party”. It was almost one year since he last played the Phoenix and the local legend was absolutely ferocious as he pulled out solo after solo on his guitar.

  • Foreigner @ Tribute Communities Centre

    Foreigner brought their arena sound to the Tribute Communities Centre in Oshawa for their 40th Anniversary Tour.

  • Guns N’ Roses @ Air Canada Centre

    Venerated hard rock outfit Guns N’ Roses continued their triumphant Not In This Lifetime reunion tour as they played an absolutely massive 32-song setlist at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.

  • Scorpions & Megadeth @ Budweiser Stage

    Scorpions with special guest Megadeth stopped by Toronto’s Budweiser Stage for their Crazy World Tour.

  • KISS @ Casino Rama

    KISS, on their current Freedom to Rock Tour, made their one and only Canadian stop at Casino Rama and made their presence known long before they hit the stage.

  • Burton Cummings @ CNE

    Canadian rock legend, Burton Cummings, graced the stage at the CNE last Friday night, bringing everyone together for some good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll.

  • Blondie & Garbage @ Sony Centre

    The Sony Centre hosted a double header of fierce, rebellious rock last night when both Blondie and Garbage came to town. Seeing either one of these legends would be a treat, but seeing both on the same night was downright amazing.

  • Queen + Adam Lambert @ Air Canada Centre

    Queen + Adam Lambert take over the Air Canada Centre on July 18th, 2017.

  • Chicago & The Doobie Brothers @ Budweiser Stage

    Life moves pretty fast, sometimes you need to just stop and listen to the music. And listen we did, as Chicago and The Doobie Brothers made their grand return to Toronto on July 19th. It was on a hot and steamy night at the Budweiser Stage, which almost felt like the first true day of summer that the GTA…

  • Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie @ Budweiser Stage

    From the very first arpeggio to the very last keystroke, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie mesmerized the audience throughout the night with their musical chemistry.

  • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers @ Air Canada Centre

    A standing ovation erupted through the Air Canada Centre from over 19,000 fans as soon as Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers hit the stage.

  • Metallica @ Rogers Centre

    On an ordinary day in Toronto, heading to the Rogers Centre would mean being greeted by droves of blue and white, but on July 16th, Metallica fans painted the town black!

  • Boston with Joan Jett @ Budweiser Stage

    If you love Rock ‘n’ Roll, then there is no doubt that you were at Budweiser Stage for the Hyper Space Tour featuring Joan Jett and the Blackhearts as well as classic rock legends, Boston, this past Tuesday night.

  • Daryl Hall & John Oates with Tears for Fears @ Air Canada Centre

    Armed with meaningful lyrics and pitch perfect harmonies, Tears for Fears and Hall & Oates took the Air Canada Centre by storm during their latest stop in Toronto.

  • Sammy Hagar and The Circle @ Avalon Theatre

    The Avalon Ballroom Theatre at Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort blasted into overdrive with the red rocket, Sammy Hagar, and the critically acclaimed supergroup featuring Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson.

  • Randy Bachman @ The Concert Hall

    Kicking off the 2017 Toronto Jazz Fest, Canadian Rock Legend Randy Bachman revived The Concert Hall for a night of classics and some new Heavy Blues.

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers @ FirstOntario Centre

    Red Hot Chili Peppers rocked an awesome set in Hamilton at FirstOntario Centre for their #theGetawayTour2017.

  • U2 @ Rogers Centre

    Celebrating the 30-year anniversary of their groundbreaking album The Joshua Tree, the world’s biggest band made their triumphant return to Toronto this past Friday to play for 50,000 adoring fans.

  • Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton @ Budweiser Stage

    Celebrating over 40 years of friendship, Peter Frampton and Steve Miller brought their acts to Budweiser Stage for a night of 70’s classics and even a few new tunes for good measure.

  • Don Henley @ Budweiser Stage

    It was a warm day in June, when the Eagle landed at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto.

  • Q107 40th Birthday Bash

    Friday night, we celebrated Q107’s 40th birthday party. Can you believe we’re 40 already?

  • Bon Jovi @ Air Canada Centre

    Rocking his Toronto Maple Leafs muscle tee, Jon Bon Jovi graced the Air Canada Centre stage to a packed house for night one of his two night stop in Toronto.

  • The Zombies @ Danforth Music Hall

    The Zombies rocked the Danforth Music Hall Sunday night for their Odessey & Oracle 50th Anniversary Finale Tour.

  • Sting @ Rebel

    When Sting took to the REBEL Nightclub stage, on March 5th, it would be his first club gig in Toronto in “ages”. While most have seen the legendary-Brit in an arena or festival-type setting, seeing Sting in a smaller venue really helped to accentuate every move he made.

  • Blue Rodeo @ Massey Hall

    What marks the success of a great band: Is it their ability to produce a hit, or to sell-out concerts, or to have hit records? And, for a band to be considered ‘great’, how long do they need to be successful in their careers? Any band striving to obtain the ‘great’ status needs only to…