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News Story

Rolling Stones
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Before the Rolling Stones bounced back they were withering from drug abuse, as the accompanying 1971 live performance video of "(Send Me) Dead Flowers" shows in the extreme. Mick Taylor is in the line-up at the Marquee Club in London

Tami Neilson
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Tami Neilson delivers an explosive soulbender from her upcoming Dynamite album and theaccompanying video is black, white and bluesy.

Xolisa
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Xolisa is one of the more extraordinary Canadian Black Music Awards nominees this year, as the accompanying video portrays. The event takes place at Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Theatre this Saturday.

June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

CBC Radio 990 has bumped CJOB 680 from Winnipeg's top spot in the spring radio ratings book, breaking a decades-long reign for the Corus-owned talk radio station.

Coeur de Pirate
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

"Carry On" by Coeur de Pirate is the first Next Big Thing selection picked to play on Corus Radio's Fresh FM network.

Three Days Grace
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Three Days Grace has announced its first Canadian tour in six years.

Oh Canada, What A Feeling
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Oh Canada, What A Feeling is a theatrical production spanning the '50s through the '90s and it opens at T.O.'s Princess of Wales Theatre on Aug. 11.

Van Morrison
June 2, 2015
by David Farrell

Van Morrison, The Avett Brothers, Wilco, Of Monsters and Men, Passenger, UB40, The Tubes among those set to perform at the 5-day capital city music fest.

Joe Summers and Bryan Adams
June 1, 2015
by David Farrell

On Friday, May 28, Joe Summers passed away. The Detroit born A&M executie was acknowledged as one of the greats in the record business in Canada.

CKOC 1965 chart
June 1, 2015
by David Farrell

1150 AM HAMILTON is reportedly Canada’s oldest continuously-operating radio station, having been on the air since May 1st, 1922.

Action Bronson
June 1, 2015
by David Farrell

The Queens NYC rapper will be missing in action at NXNE’s planned Dundas Square free concert on June 21st.

Sam Smith
June 1, 2015
by David Farrell

In the Lonely Hour, ranks with the Beatles' debut, Please Please Me, with 51 weeks in the top 5 on the British albums chart.