"I am a complicated person who writes songs. If you’re into complexity and the search for the self, I’m your artist."
So many songs are now written by committee, and I don’t understand how that works because for me a song starts with melody combined with chords.
"When someone who’s been in the game a while takes time to talk to you, just listen."
How rich is rich enough? It's not something I've ever had to deal with and unless I win a Power Ball type lottery, I don't expect to.
On January 7, Oprah Winfrey was the recipient of the Golden Globes' annual Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement and gave a powerful acceptance speech during Sunday night's ceremony. We have the transcript.
GQ UK has an exclusive excerpt from the Wolff book on Trump, Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House, a part of which is reprinted here.
Before digital platforms, it was pretty clear what constituted free promotion that contributed to record sales and concert attendances, but the economies of scale have shifted and what once worked may now be working against an artist's best interest and income.
The following editorial was published in the Globe and Mail on Christmas Day.
In 1965 Peanuts creator Charles Schulz fought with his show producers to keep a one-minute reference to Christ in the animated special, A Charlie Brown Christmas. Fortunately, he won.
Andy Kim was presented with the PRO’s Cultural Impact Award in recognition of his 1969 hit "Sugar, Sugar." What follows is Kim’s acceptance speech given on June 19.
It's the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer; we smile a little easier, we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year, we are the people that we always hoped we would be...
Following Wednesday's passage of the Ontario Ticket Sales Act, Jeff Poirier, GM, Concerts and Theatre – North America at StubHub wrote the following letter to fans of live events in Ontario outlining the company's reaction to the legislation and it's worth a read.