The very next night UFO were again in town, this time at the newly opened sister venue Rockpile East in Scarborough with local Toronto sensation J'nai setting the stage this time. If you have not seen this band of university aged youths then you're seriously missing out! They have a stage chemistry and show filled with well choreographed moves as a backdrop to their expertly crafted compositions that compares to very few.
Taking up a position stage side right (if you're fa...
Posted on 10.23.13
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J'Nai is derived from the phrase "Je Ne Sais Quoi" (something that cannot be adequately described or expressed) and the name of the singer in question here, a visually dynamic singer/songwriter with influences ranging Paramore, Evanescence and The Pretty Reckless through to Heart.
'Skipping Stones' enters in a bouncy, rocking, sticky ...
Posted on 08.19.13
Probably the best albums to review are the ones by independent artists. These are the bands that know they have everything to lose and everything to gain, so it's important to put every bit of effort possible in to the songs they record, and the ones who really know what's good for them put even more effort in to their live shows.
Toronto hard rock outfit J'Nai fits this description quite well. They are among the floc...
Posted on 04.12.13
Submitted by Bill Delingat - CashBoxCanada.ca
It has been awhile since we have seen new blood in the heavy rock scene of Canada especially a female, From coast to coast Canadian female rockers have pranced the stages with spandy and glitter, blowing away their audiences from their looks and their tunes. Darby Mills of the Headpins, Lee Aaron the "Heavy Metal Queen" and the dark tunes of Caroline Kawa aka Care Failure of Die Mannequin have all help pave the way on the road of rock n r...
Posted on 03.15.13