JONI MITCHELL's medical crisis is still a mystery, and a court hearing Monday in LA did not clear up the matter.
Ron Sexsmith, Royal Canoe, Kiesza, Jann Arden, and Joel Plaskett among the names added to two Toronto summer fests.
Canada's Songwriters Hall of Fame (CSHF) has inducted two songs this month: Pierre Sénécal's 1970-penned Mashmakhan hit "As the Years Go By", and Offenbach's mid-70s hit "Câline de blues", co-written by Michel (Willy) Lamothe, Gérald (Gerry) Boulet, and Pierre Harel.
Private local TV stations brought in $117M less in ad revenue last year, the CRTC reported Monday — bringing their overall revenue down from $1.94B in 2013 to $1.8B in 2014.
Apple is repeatedly making headlines as various media suggest the gadget maker is allegedly flouting competition laws in its bid to make Beats Music a dominant music streaming player at launch in June.
ROGER WATERS' The Wall, the documentary that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall, will play on
AUDIO BLOOD, Sari Delmar's hyper-active marketing and publicity firm, has rebranded as AB Co.
I AM WHAT I PLAY — a documentary about the heyday of rock radio between the '60s and the '80s through the lens of four DJs includi
The Canadian major indie music company tweaks and augments to move forward.
MAX MARTIN, the Swedish music producer and songwriter, has won the Songwriter Of The Year award at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards for the 5th consecutive year, and the 8th time in his career.
Insider trade mag Hits Daily Double adds cautionary skepticism to the NY Post's Page Six conspiracy theory against Jay Z's Tidal music service.
The future of the music business, we’re told, is billions of people around the world paying a monthly subscription fee for digital audio services. It all sounds good on paper, but how many are actually willing to pay the price?