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Greg Pollner

Ex-Canadian Military man, Greg Pollner lives in the Cowichan Valley with his Family and home schools his daughter. Greg always enjoyed writing everything from science fiction essays about mythology to music history and culture. Being a profound lover of music and art, he has spent much of his time exploring work in the field by all ages and within many genres, to widen his appreciation. Greg also enjoys making music on guitar and bass, and largely enjoys improvisation. He hopes that his unique knowledge of unique artists will educate readers and enrich a varied appreciation of most things creative.
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Leadbelly’s Blues – Battle Scars & Streetwise Player Influences an Age

Editorial, by Greg Pollner Long before Kurt Cobain became a punk rock icon, when he was a small child, Kurt was raised in a family...

Korean Prodigy, Yiruma, Stuns Vancouver with Epic Performance

I love music. I mean I really love music, all kinds of music. I like rock music, electronica, jazz, I like countryyy… errr, let's...

What do Motorhead’s Lemmy & Fantasy Author, Michael Moorcock, Have in Common?

Answer: Hawkwind by Greg Pollner These are the first signs of sonic attack: You will notice small objects, such as ornaments, and fine china oscillating where they...

The Undiscovered Genius of Nick Drake

By Greg Pollner “When you see what they have been to win, the earth just won’t seem worth your night, or your day. Who will...