At the end of the day, for someone who defined so much of what it means to be a pop/hip-hop superstar, I think it's fair to expect more.
The annual festival, which returns to Lansdowne Park this month from Sept. 15 to 18, boasts a line-up ranging from folk to rock to hip-hop, with everything in between.
Luckily for Innes, Yukon Blonde will soon be returning to one of their favourite cities in the country with Hey Rosetta!, another well-known Canadian indie act. The two bands will be performing at the National Arts Centre (NAC) on Nov. 22.
Although Green is best recognized for progressions in acoustic power chords, especially on his 2008 album Bring Me Your Love. However his newest work shows a distinct change of pace in sound. Where there was once a soft linear flow of songs, there is now a forte that speaks to the audience in a transformed, sharp, bluesy thundering of songs, but is still directed by lofty introspection from beginning to end.
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