How One Night in Toronto Changed Everything

Now, let me set the scene for you. It’s the early 2000’s and I’m the lead singer of a rock band, all the while trying to make money working at a local record store. Almost every night, you can find me scoping out the latest show in town – from metal to emo, hardcore to indie, and everything in between. I spent years travelling to different cities with friends so that we could follow our favourite bands around. Each song bringing me closer to new inspiration, each performance to new feelings and even some venues to new friends.

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25 Years of Iconic Performances

Lately I’ve been looking back on the path that has lead to me to where I am today. Over five years Do The Daniel has grown and evolved, hosting some pretty spectacular content with you all. Before my career in the blogging world, I worked in marketing. Prior to that I adamantly wanted to be a talent agent in the music industry. I am the BIGGEST fan of Canadian music (hence why being an official JUNOS blogger was so epic for me!) and still have every CD I ever bought in our spare room of the house. When I was invited to preview the Budweiser Stage 25th anniversary exhibit “It Happened Here” I got really excited to walk down memory lane at one of Canada’s most iconic venues.

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