Bell Media has pulled no punches in putting together an all-star line-up for the opening and closing Invictus Games ceremonies in Toronto on Sept. 23 and 30 respectively.
News about the music biz and musicians with a sharpened focus on what's going on with Canadians here and abroad.
The Wonder Woman of American pop is back with a vengeance.
The company behind an automated online music mastering service is now wooing musicians with a competitively priced online distribution service that lets users deliver tracks to iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and other major stores.
Dundurn has just published the slim volume that offers a wealth of well documented facts about the legendary Canadian, and a few ripping good stories as well.
It was a big night for Ron Kitchener's RKG Entertainment team last night as star act Dean Brody headlined at the 16,000 seat amphitheatre in Toronto.
It's been a glorious 20-plus years but Canada’s Country music channel is waving goodbye to regular music programming effective August 27.
For years grassroots and truly indie musicians have been held back by not knowing what stations were playing their music, but now that's all changed.
Hat fans have been slow to embrace music streaming, but that is changing as some of the biggest brands in the business pull out their big guns to corral these folks.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
The study finds that Canadian fans devote 60 percent of their annual music spend on related events and 40 percent of those surveyed say they have purchased CDs on the grounds.