Gord Bamford

Gord Bamford

January 17, 2018
by FYI Staff

Canada's reigning king of country has announced a 29-city tour in support of his next album that has its release through Sony this Friday.

Hot rod enthusiast Billy Gibbons
January 14, 2018
by Kerry Doole

ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons faces flak Down Under, and Shane MacGowan's peers help celebrate his 60th. Also in the headlines are Swedish pop, Eric Clapton, The Launch, the Sam's sign, Nude Party, Marker Starling, and Cold Specks.

January 11, 2018
by Bill King

The past few months I’ve had the privilege to speak with Brett Kissel, Johnny Reid, Kristian Bush, Jason McCoy and now, Gord Bamford. Damn, these men are so nice and confident and concerned about their careers and audience. It addresses the fact that country music is still the “people’s” music. Enjoy.

Gord Bamford (l) receiving his plaques alongside Ben Mulroney
December 18, 2017
by FYI Staff

The Canadian hat superstar is on a real roll, achieving five gold and platinum certifications for hit albums and singles. He'll be back on the range next month promoting his next album.

November 6, 2017
by FYI Staff

In the news today are Gordon Lightfoot, the Nova Scotia Music Awards, Goddo, Terry Brown, Blurred Vision, Ray Ramsay, Over The Moon, ole, Maestro Fresh Wes, Big Valley Jamboree, Band of Rascals, Miley Cyrus, Chris Buck Band, Jean-Michel Blais, Gord Bamford, K-pop, Slow and Skydiggers.

October 11, 2017
by Kerry Doole

Making the news today are Music NL, the Women in Music Conference, Gord Bamford, Mariposa, Melody Makers, Opera Atelier, Bryan Adams, Caliban Arts Theatre, Jadea Kelly, Sweet Alibi, Bunny Sigler, and Jerry Ross. Videos included for your pleasure.

Gord Bamford greeting fans in Saskatoon last week.
September 11, 2017
by FYI Staff

The Canadian country star once again makes a massive gift to the music education charity, while Jess Moskaluke helps promote the Band Aid program at Country Music Week in Saskatoon.

Shania performing on stage at Stagecoach Festival
June 25, 2017
by External Source

This week's radio faves confirm Shania's back on top, The New Electric engage with a follow-up hit, and Hedley hits a home run with a power ballad.

Shania at Stagecoach Festival in May
June 19, 2017
by External Source

Shania, Hedley, The Washboard Union and Gord Bamford were among the top Canadian acts who made a big impact on commercial radio last week.