The Hip: More than a Band with Michael Barclay

June 6, 2018 | Elle

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The passing of Gord Downie marked a tragic day for many Canadians.  We lost not only a brilliant artist but also a role model for reconciliation with Indigenous people.

Next Monday, June 11 from 7-8:30 pm, acclaimed musical journalist Michael Barclay, author of the first print biography of The Tragically Hip, The Never-Ending Present: The Story of Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip, discusses the band's impact on Canadian culture and Gord Downie's role in reconciliation with Indigenous people. A Q&A, book purchase and signing will follow.

The Arts Department, 5th Floor, Toronto Reference Library, is your go-to source for The Tragically Hip gems:

Fully Completely (Vinyl)

Fully Completely (Vinyl)

Up to Here (Vinyl)

Up to Here (Vinyl)

That Night in Toronto DVD

That Night in Toronto (DVD)

A National Celebration DVD

A National Celebration (DVD)

Long Time Running DVD

Long Time Running (DVD)

Twenty-three CDs titles are available - some in the Arts Department, available for listening in the library, others for borrowing from other libraries.

Sheet music are also available for borrowing from the Arts Department:

Phantom Power sheet music

Phantom Power (Authentic guitar-tab edition)

Day for Night sheet music

Day for Night (Sheet music)

Canadian Pop Rock Sheet music

Canadian Pop/Rock (Sheet music)

Check out our recent The Buzz...About Books blog post for more The Tragically Hip resources.

There's additional exciting programming happening in the Arts Department at Toronto Reference Library. Check back at this blog for intriguing eye candy and brain food programming in the summer and fall!

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