Casino Regina

Casino Regina

  • Ticketing Home
Browse Dates
Loading...
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
Loading...
Go to previous month
Go to next month
Categories
Information Casino Regina Box Office Hours
10am – 6pm non-show / event nights
10am – 8pm on show / event nights

1880 Saskatchewan Drive
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 0B2
1-800-555-3189
contact@casinoregina.com
Promoter Login

Matthew Good and His Band: Cross Canada 2024

Matthew Good and His Band: Cross Canada 2024
Canadian singer/songwriter Matthew Good rose to prominence in the mid-'90s fronting the popular alt-rock group Matthew Good Band. A crafty songwriter with a strong melodic sense and a somewhat brash outspokenness, Good led MGB from regional success in their native Vancouver to Juno-winning, double-platinum status over the course of four albums before the group disbanded in 2002. The following year, he made his solo debut with Avalanche, a more brooding and thoughtful stylistic departure that featured accompaniment from the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra on a number of tracks. A more stripped-down live approach was taken for his follow-up, White Light Rock & Roll Review, released the following year. Arriving in 2005, In a Coma compiled highlights from his years with MGB as well as more recent solo material.

Good's willingness to take stylistic risks and alter his formula would become a common theme over the years as he delivered acclaimed albums like 2007's chart-topping Hospital Music and 2009's Vancouver, the latter of which netted him another Juno Award. Released in 2011, Lights of Endangered Species saw him reunited with producer and frequent collaborator Warne Livesey, who had helmed his solo debut as well as MGB's breakout album, Beautiful Midnight. Good's sixth solo effort, 2013's hard-hitting Arrows of Desire, was inspired by alt-rock icons like Pixies and the Afghan Whigs, who were early influences of his. Two years later, Chaotic Neutral earned him yet another Juno nod and featured a duet with past collaborator Holly McNarland on a cover of Kate Bush's "Cloudbusting." In 2017, he delivered the full-length Something Like a Storm, featuring the single "Bad Guys Win." ~ Timothy Monger


https://www.matthewgood.org/#page-section-62c87c89b1c51548195d23f6
Copyright © 2024 Casino Regina, All Rights Reserved. -
accesso ShoWare℠ ticketing System provided by accesso®

Please read our Privacy Statement and Terms of Use.