April Wine co-founder, longtime frontman and lyricist Myles Goodwyn is expected to be honoured by the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame today.
Amanda Marshall allowed me to pull the conversation to places I think most interest the curious. The early hits, rocking management, twenty-year quiet period, and renewed energy and embrace of recording and touring.
John Borra has quietly held claim to being one of the most influential figures within Toronto’s roots-rock scene, born out of the ‘80s Queen Street
Juno Award-winning Canadian artist Loreena McKennitt has performed in some of the world’s most respected and historic concert venues during her car
Those performing at the highly entertaining charity extravaganza to support CAMH Gifts of Light on Dec. 7 at Massey Hall include The Sadies, Broken Social Scene, Metric, Scott Helman, Molly Johnson, Ron Sexsmith, Dan Hill, and High Flyer. A second lineup of artists joining the show will be announced in the coming weeks.
The influential indie rock veterans have signed to the imprint headed by Brian Hetherman. The deal covers future releases from the band, as well as the catalogue that includes the gold-certified Shakespeare My Butt.
Last Saturday evening in Moncton, the singer wound down the Canadian leg of his world tour. To call the show impressive is pure understatement. His attention to detail, glowing rapport with his audience and the message he carries is nothing if not galvanizing.
Three veteran artists headed the winners list at the 25th anniversary of the biggest night in Canadian blues, held at Koerner Hall in Toronto on June 20. Pictured: Steve Marriner.