A Night of Canadian Rock - Bands-Bites-Brews - Chilliwack-Trooper-Tom Cochrane with Red RiderFriday, December 28, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall ABC | Scotiabank Convention CentreNiagara Falls, ON
Live by the Falls closes out the year with A Night of Canadian Rock on December 28, featuring performances by Chilliwack, Trooper, and headliner Tom Cochrane with Red Rider. Including a Bands‒Bites‒Brews theme, concert-goers can listen to these legendary rock bands while treating themselves to a wide assortment of Canadian bites and brews. Sponsored by 91.7 Giant FM, A Night of Canadian Rock is the hottest ticket in Niagara Falls and a sure-fire hit for music fans who love the classics.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of my album "Mad Mad World" by hitting the road with Red Rider and Meghan Patrick in 2017!
Tom Cochrane with Red Rider will play the album Mad Mad World in its entirely followed by a set of his greatest hits.
Presale begins Wednesday, November 2nd at 10:00am local time using the code "MMW25". Regular on sale begins at 10:00am local time on Friday, November 4th. Get your tickets and upgrade to VIP at www.tomcochrane.com
Humbled to have the Manitoba government name a 322 KM section of Provincial Road 391, between Tom's hometown of Lynn Lake and Thompson, after Tom.
This week marks 25 years from the 1991 release of Tom Cochrane’s album, Mad Mad World, which accelerated the Canadian singer-songwriter’s already upward trajectory into the stratosphere. To celebrate this milestone, Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, is reissuing Mad Mad World in remastered deluxe edition October 28, complete with the previously unreleased original demo recording of Love Is A Highway, from which grew the career-defining single Life Is A Highway, still in heavy rotation around the world a quarter-century later. The 2-CD set also includes a 1992 concert performance from Chicago which features key tracks from the album alongside Red Rider classics. The anniversary celebrations will further be supported by a special exhibition at the National Music Centre in Calgary, opening on October 28, and also a full Canadian tour, crossing Canada in the customary fashion – in winter – come early 2017.