A reinvention of the hit ballad “Alana Loves Me” originally recorded on one of Kim’s biggest multi-platinum recordings, “Shakin’ Like a Human Being”. It has evolved live into a slightly more poignant and contemporary sounding performance, lots of keyboards, guitars and vocals and an approach that his audience, particularly women, love. Happy Holidays from Kim and his band
Kim Mitchell and members of the Safe and Sober Awareness Committee (S&SAC) give the “THUMBS UP” to all boaters who plan on being safe on the water this summer. Whether you are leaving the alcohol ashore or wearing your personal flotation device (PFD), these positive choices go a long way in reducing serious injury and death on Ontario waterways.
Kim Mitchell and the Safe and Sober Awareness Committee want to remind people that every choice has a consequence. If you are driving, no matter what the vehicle, be smart and make the right decision, don’t drink and drive, “GO FOR SODA”!
From left to right: Ontario Provincial Police Provincial Constable David Hobson, Canadian rock icon Kim Mitchell, Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Public Health Nurse Adele Payne, and Ray’s Driving School Owner Allan Lawrence.
The Canada’s Walk of Fame Award is bestowed annually to Canadians who have demonstrated the true essence of the Canadian identity.
It’s time that Kim Mitchell gets a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame!
Do your Rock n’Roll Duty and Submit Your Nomination for Kim Today!!
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2014 marks the 30th anniversary of “akimbo alogo”, Kim Mitchell’s first full length solo recording post Max Webster, a record which introduced us to Kim’s big, bold and endemic guitar driven sounds in songs like “Go For Soda” and the anthemic “All We Are”. The recording, done at McClear Place studios in Toronto, was the first record financed by and released on Alert Music, which at the time was distributed by Polygram Records. The record went on to sell over 100,000 units (Platinum sales) and launched Mitchell’s solo career, a career that remains vibrant and vital to today.