I have great memories of attending his outdoor concert in Barrie, Ontario on New Years Eve a number of years ago; he was very spirited and a lot of fun to watch. Best part was watching a great number of couples start slow dancing when he started ANGEL EYES.
Thanks for the memories, Jeff. I know you'll love what Heaven looks like.
I only once ever had the opportunity to see Jeff Healey perform live. I was visiting Toronto in 1999. I went there to go visit a friend, but coincidentally, there were a bunch of great concerts that week. There was a free day-long festival featuring Jeff Healey, Kim Stockwood, Moxy Früvous, Emm Gryner, Tal Bachman, David Wilcox, and Moist. I was only familiar with Healey's radio singles, which really hadn't ever done anything for me. In person, though, it was an entirely different story. He was incredibly talented and in a live setting, that really came through. I was amazed at how much I enjoyed his performance. A definite highlight of the day for me.
Originally posted by hazPlease, please, if you are going to give the man his place, be kind enough to spell it right. Jeff Healey
To be fair, if you check the URL that BOSsportsfan34 posted, it looks like the article originally spelled "Healey" incorrectly as well. I think the National Post corrected the article (and redirected the URL) after the first post was made.
Max Mathews, Pioneer in Making Computer Music, Dies at 84 One of the most important contributors to the development of electronic music, as he worked at Bell Labs in the 1950s and was one of the first people to get sound out of a computer.