Music

The History of Dance, Good Fridays: Double Deuce, The Twelves and more

The sun has been shining, cherry blossoms are peeping out – could this be the start of spring? Let's get out there and enjoy all that's going on in Vancouver this weekend.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals sizzle at Venue

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the best bands of 2010, played a sold out show at The Venue on Saturday night.

Ween show full of drama at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

The crowd wanted a show, but didn't expect the drama that ensued.

The Wood Brothers show moved to The Biltmore Cabaret

The Wood Brothers features Chris Wood of Medeski, Martin & Wood

Second Chromeo show added for Vancouver

One Chromeo show is already sold out!

Brian Eno speaks at the Vogue

Brian Eno is speaking in Vancouver for the very first time.

Reel Youth helps incarcerated kids create life-changing music videos

“I knew we were doing something right when one of the girls who was being released before the program finished, requested to stay an extra day,” explained Mark Vonesch of Vancouver's Reel Youth...

Bee Vancity Top Picks Jan 6-10: Building Peace, Ana Sia, Just Dance and a great reason to take off your pants

Something here for everyone - from building peace to dancing all night to taking your pants off on the Skytrain.

The top 5 albums of 2010

2010 has been an amazing year for music, but which five albums stand out above the rest?

June Gloom releases a winter Wonderland

This charming LP is sure to please fans of Cake, The Trews, Counting Crows and Sloan.