Defamed by tornado-strength often anonymous allegations and innuendo of sexual impropriety on social media this week, Hedley’s band camp is fast falling apart in the early stage of a national arena tour that was expected to be a sinfully profitable affair.
In the space of four days, pop quartet Hedley has gone from being poster boys for homegrown Canadian stardom to outcasts on a tour that is fighting a backlash.
On Thursday the longstanding Calgary morning man announced his retirement on-air and his off-beat humour and goodwill in the community made his announcement big news in Stampede City.
The cuts across the country will be tied to traditional TV production staff positions. Despite the changes, Sr. VP Troy Reeb confirmed that the network will not be producing less content or fewer hours of television news.
The allegations first became public on Monday after a Twitter user who goes by the name of @_cndnpsycho began sharing screenshots of conversations with anonymous people who allege they are victims.
Royalty Exchange believes it offers the exact financial solution these creators require. And, ultimately, it’s confident it can create a transparent market where a billion dollars can be deployed for rights holders along the way.
The new national music competition nets the winner $25K and offers major showcasing and mentoring opportunities to the top three finalists.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
Request for services continues to increase for both the Counselling & Health Solutions Program and the Emergency Financial Assistance Program.
Absent a crystal ball; it’s impossible to accurately gauge the overall wellness of personnel within the Canadian music industry. But stats provided by Unison Benevolent Fund suggest that for many, being a professional within that industry can be precarious, especially if you’re female, aged 30 to 39 years and coping with personal stress.
Justin Timberlake’s Man Of The Woods debuts at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 18,000 total consumption units.
The fertile underground music scene of Toronto in the '80s is the focus of a new project from the publishing company. CCS is looking to unearth more gems from the period.