Blog Entries by Trevor Morelli

A music nerd with a communications degree from the University of Calgary, Trevor makes his home an hour away from the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Calgary, Alberta. At 14, he started writing music, movie, and video game reviews for The Calgary Sun and has since written feature stories for Chart Magazine (Toronto) and its affiliate,
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  • Canadian Prankster Punks The JohnstonesCombining elements of ska, punk and Jackass, The Johnstones are bringing stupid back. read more
  • Shane Volk of One Bad SonThe frontman for these Canadian rockers explains how felt manipulated by a beautiful girlfriend. Shane's solution: break up, get back together, make her life hell and write a song about it. read more
  • Ian Thornley of Big WreckThe frontman for these Canadian rockers talks about their 2012 album Albatross, and explains why he's "umbilically connected" to his songs. read more
  • Pam TillisThe country sweetheart opines about the demands of touring and talks about writing songs with her famous father. read more
  • Lukas NelsonThe son of country legend Willie Nelson is a laudable musician in his own right, the frontman of blues-flavored rock band, Promise of the Real. He dishes on collaborating with his father and the joys of live more
  • Chris WillisChris is the voice on many of David Guetta's tracks, including "Just A Little More Love" and "Gettin' Over You." Now a solo artist, he got there through gospel. read more
  • RaghavThe Canadian rapper tells the stories behind "So Much," "Top Of The World" and "Fire," and talks about the his song Michael Jackson was set to cover. read more
  • Cody Hanson of HinderThe Hinder drummer tells the story behind their big hit "Lips of an Angel," and gives his thoughts on those Nickelback comparisons. read more
  • Our Lady PeaceRaine and Steve from Our Lady Peace discuss their new album Curve in depth and tell us why "Superman's Dead" is more important in 2012 than it ever was. read more
  • The Dandy WarholsSinger Courtney Taylor-Taylor and guitarist Pete Holmstrom talk about their new album, small potatoes, and clubs for nice people. read more