The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into two categories.
Times, they are sensitive!
It was the fall of 1989 and “Music Box Dancer” Frank Mills was jetting around the east coast of Canada riding shotgun in a van with a few side musi
It’s one thing to be partners in music, but to be partners in life on top of that displays the kind of connection few of us will ever have with ano
The Halifax band has a trippy psychedelic sound, but, as their frontman explains, they’re keeping their feet firmly on the ground.
A rundown of the hottest new tracks at radio in the past week. Green Day leads the pack but Japandroids, Neon Dreams and, of course, Chris Stapleton are giving legends like The Weeknd the squeeze.
Sing Festival's Pat Silver on the joy of singing and the joy of bringing a festival to fruition that celebrates the human voice.
The popular fest’s executive director faces many challenges with flair, while retaining a real passion for the genre.
A return to her Peterborough roots fuelled the muse of the eloquent country-folk songstress. The result is new album Spare Parts, produced by Colin Cripps.
A dynamo in business, Lesley Soldat is poised to be a dynamo in retirement as well.
The East Coast singer/songwriter displays lyrical incisiveness and sonic experimentation on an imminent new EP, sweet baby. Learn more about this adventurous artist here.
The man behind major summer festivals WayHome and Boots & Hearts reflects upon his career in the live music business and the issues involved in producing a successful event.