If we are to measure a person by their achievements, Harris Institute's founder and president has to be to be one of the Canadian music industry’s most underrated success stories ever.
We've created a list of new releases by homegrown stars, some instantly recognizable and a few on their way to becoming tomorrow's touring headliners, and, just for the fun of it, we've included a few retro and best-of collections that hit stores everywhere online and on main street in the next several months.
City politicians know that live music supports local economies by bringing tourists and attracting young people to settle and gentrify neighbourhoods, but there needs to be greater forethought given by planners in town halls across the country.
Canada’s national blues awards program, tasked with promoting blues music and recognizing outstanding achievement in the field, is set to hold its 21st annual at Koerner Hall in Toronto this coming Monday.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
A trailblazer in the music and broadcast industries, Slaight's name has now become synonymous as an agent of change through multi-million dollar donations benefitting distressed communities at home and abroad, as well as creating opportunities for Canada's musicians.
Team Juno Awards is ramping up media coverage for the 47th annual that's to be hosted by Michael Bublé at Rogers Arena Vancouver on March 25.
CTV has partnered with Disney to promote its big-budget music reality series The Launch and augmented the run with a seventh episode that goes behind the scenes with additional content.
Partner to celebrity musician Aldo Nova, her death came as a shock to a great many in Quebec’s music industry who were unaware of the debilitating pancreatic cancer she endured in the past two years.
Ticketmaster Canada COO Patti-Anne Tarlton is the latest inductee into the Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held on May 10 at Toronto's Rebel during Canadian Music Week.
It goes without saying that streaming is up and CD sales continue to slide, but there's plenty of actionable data in the new 2017 summary report. Notable is the fact that R&B and hip-hop are now an exploding force in the market, and some of Canada's newest and brightest stars prove the point.
For close to four decades, Marlene Palmer was the conduit to many of Canada's top line stars and won respect from her clients and media, all of whom loved her for her unflappable style and utmost professionalism.