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Event Archive - 54-40, TV Heart Attack

Sat. October 21st 2006 The Commodore Ballroom (No Minors)
9:30pm doors at 8pm
Sold Out
Presented by: Live Nation

On sale Fri, Sept 8 @ 10am

One of the most consistently adventurous rock bands to come out of the West Coast, 54-40 first came to prominence in the mid ’80s through songs like “Baby Ran” and “I Go Blind” (the latter later covered by Hootie and the Blowfish). Several albums, many hit singles and numerous awards later, the Vancouver quartet is as vital as ever, producing some of the best music of its career. Yes to Everything, 54-40’s most recent CD, featured brilliantly crafted songs like “One Last Kiss” and “Golden Sun” and the epic “On the Road Home”.

But besides the band’s stellar recorded efforts, 54-40 is a dynamic, powerful live act whose shows are eagerly awaited by rock ’n’ roll fans the world over. At last, a long-awaited document of the group’s concert prowess is available in the form of a DVD for the first time, courtesy of True North Records. To promote the October release of the DVD, This is Here This is Now, 54-40 return to the concert stage. The band will play their latest material and dip into a hard-to-beat back catalogue that includes songs like “One Day in Your Life”, “One Gun”, “Here in My House”, “Miss You”, “She-la”, “Nice to Luv You”, “Ocean Pearl”, and many more.


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54-40 is one of the most important popular music groups to emerge from the Canadian cultural landscape. Celebrating their thirty-year anniversary – a remarkable achievement in itself - the band has an unbelievable catalogue of hit songs, including "Baby Ran", "I Go Blind" and "Ocean Pearl". Lead by chief songwriter Neil Osborne, 54-40 have carved... more info

TV Heart Attack

You’re standing in a dark room staring into the white light of a broken tv. You vanish into that feeling you know you're onto something... tv heart attack is a collision of raw emotion and sex propelled rhythm. Slip into the black that holds you together, and cherish the last words you will ever utter- this time the show won’t last forever. more info
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