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Saturday, February 24th, 2018
The roots that grew Canada's Queen of Rock, Sass Jordan, started in Europe and edged across the pond to the veins of metal pulsing in the musical metallurgy of Montreal in the 70s. Montreal's burgeoning 70s scene included a "no holds barred" approach to glam, punk, blues, prog, metal, country, jazz, folk, with the added attraction of a homegrown sound created by the Quebecois artists of the decade, unique to the landscape and pertinent to the denizens of the period. There was no better musical place to be in the 70s and this was the backdrop that nurtured one of the pioneers of female fronted rock Sass Jordan. There are very few female singers out there that are used as an example to describe a sound/style, but Sass is one of them.