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Team Canada Reunion BBQ

Andi Petrillo from Leafs TV gets back together with the team that visited the troops in Afghanistan this past season.

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Sam Reid on FM93 this Friday

Tune in this Friday morning starting at 7am as Sam Reid will guest host the morning show with Kristy Scott on FM93 in Barrie.

Listen live at: www.fm93.ca


GT at CFB Base Borden tonight!

“Ride for Dad” charity event to support Canadian military families fund. Showtime 8:45pm


GT & Loverboy Perform Calgary Stampede tonite!

The Tigers rock Calgary this evening along with Loverboy at the Coca Cola Stage. 9:15pm show start.


Keyboards Everywhere: Stages, Studios . . . Deserts?

Visit Cosmo Music for an evening of Pianos, Keyboards, and Synthesizers with Glass Tiger’s keyboardist, Sam Reid, and Roland Canada’s Keyboard Product Specialist, Adrian Marsi.

Sam Reid will talk about Glass Tiger’s latest journey to Afghanistan and their performances for Canadian Peace Keepers using battery-powered Roland gear. Adrian Marsi presents the latest in Roland keyboards for performance and production, including the Fantom-G Workstation, V-Piano Evolution, and new GAIA SH-01 and Lucina AX-09 Synths

Free Keyboard Clinic – click HERE for more info.
Date: Monday, 31 May 2010
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Location: Cosmo Music, 10 Via Renzo Drive, Richmond Hill, ON


Sam Reid Hosts Songwriting Workshop

For all you aspiring songwriters out there!

Sam Reid joins co-host, Blair Packham at SlipOne Digital recording studios for a unique songwriting workshop – May 30th, 2o1o.

An open-style workshop with the opportunity for both group and individual discussion and mentoring. You are encouraged to bring along a few of your own ideas—even completed songs that you aren’t quite sure are ready—and learn from the pros! This is an unique experience that will hone your songwriting skills, expand your network, and give you a new perspective on your craft.

Space is very limited – Click here to reserve your spot now!



New Web Site for GT!

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new web site for Glass Tiger. Up-to-date information about concert listings and current news on the band. Also launched this week is a new facebook page for the band. A great place to interact with the band and check out both old and new photos and movie clips.

Stay tuned for a new online store as well… coming soon!


Alan co-writes 2 Canadian “anthems”!

Fellow GT members are very proud to announce Alan’s latest solo efforts, the new Toronto Maple Leafs Anthem and the official theme song of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver!

Click Here for more info about the Olympic theme song, co-penned by Stephan Moccio and sung by Nikki Yanofsky

Click Here for more info about the new Leafs Anthem. Go Leafs!


Snowbirds soar to GT music

A spectacular aerial maneuver from the Snowbirds acrobatic flying team’s 2009 airshow routine. The “Lag Back Cross” is performed to the Glass Tiger song “Thin Red Line”.

Sam’s Snowbird Flight – Flight rehearsals in Comox, BC, April 2009


Glass Tiger return from their musical mission to Afghanistan

GT recently returned home from one tour they will never forget. The Toronto-based band was invited to visit Afghanistan by the Canadian military as part of a ‘Team Canada’ program that sees Canadian entertainers and former NHL hockey players provide a positive morale boost to the soldiers serving there. “Our mission was to lift the soldiers’ spirits for even a few brief moments, to show them Canada still cares, and to learn firsthand about what they are trying to accomplish in Afghanistan,” says Glass Tiger keyboardist Sam Reid.

Prior to their departure from Ottawa, the members of Glass Tiger met with General Walt Natynczyk, Chief of Defense Staff, who then accompanied the band throughout the trip. After their military flight to Afghanistan, the band visited several camps, touring the facilities, meeting not just the soldiers, but local children, the police force and Afghan military. They performed impromptu for soldiers serving literally on the front lines as well as at the main base, and presented a signed guitar to Brigadier General Jon Vance for ‘Canada House,’ the social meeting place for the troops.

Read Sam’s Story about it here.