Justin Bieber, Alessia Cara, Leonard Cohen, Michael Buble and Sarah McLachlan are the Canadian artists headlined in this week’s Grammy nominations list, but there are others who are in the spotlight and hope to benefit from that, win or not win.
After Windsor Castle, Oprah and tonight's performance in Manhattan the question is where next for Canada's platinum-selling operatic stars: the Taj Mahal, Great Wall of China; maybe the Grand Canyon?
New owner Michael Wekerle and his team expect the newly renovated Elmo complex to open its doors in spring and in time for the launch of CMW in May.
CTV and Facebook, in partnership with Shakey Pictures, have announced a 90-minute concert by Neil Young on Dec. 1 that is tipped to be broadcast and streamed live from a small northern Ontario that has a connection to the singer.
Joining him on the road to promote his Constellation album are Barney Bentall and Cuddy's sons–Devin Cuddy and Sam Polley.
Tickets for his Revival tour went on sale on Friday, and in many markets, there was an instantaneous reaction, as is the case with most anything Reid puts his mind to. The guy is box-office gold.
Timmins has announced the lineup for what promises to be one of the biggest and most certainly affordable summer festivals of 2018.
Monday night in Montreal, on the eve of the first anniversary of his death, his presence was keenly felt by the 17,000 people who attended a sold out, three-hour, star-studded concert in his memory.
This year, the CFMAs are spread out over two nights in Ottawa, Nov. 18 and 19. The impressive list of performers features both established veterans and rising young roots music stars.
The ticket bundle has emerged, this year, as a formidable tool for increasing sales and thus spiking chart numbers.
"Brown girls move to the front?" "White people move to the back?" CP says it happened. Lido Pimienta says it didn't.
Backers of the show are four producers (pictured above): US-based Canadian entertainment impresario Michael Cohl, American entertainment mogul and lawyer David Sonenberg, UK superstar manager and theatrical producer Tony Smith, and Bell Media President Randy Lennox.