Call it the summer doldrums as the various artists' collection, Just the Hits 2015 (Sony), lands at No. 1 in its 10th week on the chart, and multiple CCMA Awards nominee Dallas Smith is the lone Canadian to debut in the Hot 100.
This weekend, platinum-selling Country singer Yoan opens a 36-date tour of festivals and theatres in Quebec. Outside the province, a small team has been assembled to launch him nationwide.
The Palais Royale in Toronto has been home to great musicians such as Count Basie and Duke Ellington over its 92 year history. Last Thursday, the Toronto Blues Society held its 30th anniversary gala at the venue and played tribute to the late, great Ray Charles.
In case you hadn't noticed, the 27th annual Beaches International Jazz Festival is playing across Toronto. We have the pictures to prove it!
Rising rents are closing down clubs, and a growing percentage of audiences are averse to paying door charges.
YouTube is now bigger than any individual US cable network for the key demographic of 18-49 year olds.
Music licensing is right up there with string theory when it comes to understanding the nuances and intricacies of who owes what to whom.
Permissive legislation that enabled online piracy to flourish undeterred is getting a rewrite in the UK. Home copying is now made taboo.
British jazz pianist John Taylor died suddenly Friday night while performing in Stephane Kerecki's band, after suffering a heart attack while performing at the Saveurs Jazz Festival in Segré, France
Buddy Buie — the co-writer-producer behind Atlanta Rhythm Section and hits like “So Into You” and “Spooky” — died Saturday at an Alabama hospital. He was 74.
Fred Penner is revealed as the surprise host of this year's annual and Buffy Sainte-Marie makes the cut with Power In the Blood.