The Tragically Hip

Today, The Tragically Hip announced they will be releasing Live At The Roxy worldwide as a standalone live album on June 24 through Universal Music Canada. Prior to its inclusion on the Road Apples 30th Anniversary Deluxe package last year, the 15-song concert had not been publicly available and was a sought-after show for the bootleggers and diehard fans. Now, this legendary recording is available digitally for the first time and as a standalone 2 LP vinyl album and a single CD.

The ‘Healing in Harmony’ online auction launched April 22 and features a world class lineup of items and experiences for musicians and music lovers of all kinds.

Rock music fans have the chance to get their hands on legendary memorabilia including signed guitars by The Tragically Hip, Alex Lifeson of Rush, Billy Talent, Sum 41, and The Trews.

Celebrated, iconic band The Tragically Hip announce a brand-new album, Saskadelphia, out Friday, May 21.

Saskadelphia (Universal Music Canada/UMe) is made up of six previously unreleased tracks written in 1990. Five recorded in that same year during the Road Apples sessions in New Orleans, and one live track, “Montreal (Live from The Molson Centre, Montreal, Dec 7th, 2000),” written at the same time, but for which the original recording is yet to be found.

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