The notoriously volatile frontman has watched many of his peers find success, as his bands kept screwing up and breaking up. But with a newfound focus on The Drew Thomson Foundation, he’s making some of the best work of his career.
On the Ontario band's third album, 'Through a Wall,' frontman Drew Thomson is more sober but no less antagonistic.
"I know we won’t please everyone and to be honest that’s the last thing I want to do."
Drew Thomson is who he is. For better or worse.
In part one, we meet British protesters fighting rapid gentrification in the UK, hoping for the chance to live in housing-crisis-hit Newham, England.
Mike Buchanan is running for office in the UK with his feminist-hating political party, Justice for Men and Boys. But what good do single-issue political parties actually do?
Daniel Lanois, Biblical, and Arkelles made Juliette's list, but who did the rock n' roll critic choose as the number one pick?
The key for the London, Ontario band turned out to be getting the hell out of London, Ontario.
The singer-songwriter is now sober, happily married, and back with a beautiful new record called 'Single Mothers.'
It comes from his upcoming album 'Single Mothers.'