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Globe and Mail, The

Globe and Mail, The

The Globe and Mail is a nationally distributed Canadian newspaper, based in Toronto and printed in six cities across the country. It is Canada's largest-circulation national newspaper.

Richard and Linda Thompson: Linda and Richard Find There’s Life After Divorce

Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, April 1985

LINDA THOMPSON’S memories of touring the United States with her soon-to-be ex-husband Richard are filtered through an alcoholic haze and a skewed sense of delight. ...

The Beach Boys: New Wave of Popularity for The Beach Boys

Report and Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, July 1985

JONES BEACH, NY. The Beach Boys are taking advantage of this seaside theatre, an idyllic setting for one of their concerts, by beating the audience ...

Bob Dylan, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Glitches add spontaneity to Bob Dylan and Tom Petty show

Live Review by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, 1986

BOB DYLAN FORGOT a lot of the words to his own songs. He blew the payoff line of 'The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll' completely. ...

A Conspiracy of Hope: Amnesty International

Report by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, June 1986

A CONSPIRACY OF Hope, a package tour benefiting the human rights organization Amnesty International, kicked off at the Cow Palace Wednesday night with more than ...

The Kinks, Ray Davies: Ray Davies Gets the Kinks Out Musically

Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, December 1986

BY VIRTUE OF its title, The Kinks' new Think Visual album should have a more elaborate cover. Instead it is only an exaggerated supergraphic, with ...

The KBC Band: Steered By Old Airplane Crew

Report and Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, January 1987

THE KBC BAND breezed through the first part of rehearsal, but was stymied by 'In the Midnight Hour', a late addition to the New Year's ...

Ronnie Lane Determined Disease Won’t Beat Him

Profile and Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, July 1987

SAN FRANCISCO. The last time Ronnie Lane performed here it was for 16,000 people in a sold-out arena. On this night, he has managed to ...

George Harrison Surfaces With A Cheery Hello

Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, September 1987

GEORGE HARRISON has emerged to call attention to his future, but willingly discusses his past. As a Beatle Harrison was all hair, knees and teeth, physically ...

Joe Ely: Career Heats Up For Joe Ely

Interview by Charles Bermant, Globe and Mail, The, September 1987

WITH ITS OWN hot brand of Texas rock and roll, the Joe Ely Band has transformed the tiny stage of this rural club into a ...

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