I caught up with Tenor Victor Micallef about the upcoming return to live in performance and the first date at Massey Hall.
For this weekly FYI feature, Jason Schneider searches through new releases, books, TV, and more to find gems worthy of your attention. This edition presents a must have addition to any Rush fan's collection, a fond tribute to roots veteran Bill Bourne, and an introduction to rising young blues star Adia Victoria.
The platinum selling and globally popular popsters recently branched into children's music, scoring a Juno nomination in the process. Learn more about their fascinating career in this FYI podcast.
The fast-rising young blues star has the honour of hosting the Maple Blues Awards on June 20 at Koerner Hall in Toronto. Learn more about her in this FYI podcast.
Each week, Essentials allows Canadian music industry figures to share the things that have helped get them through the pandemic, and why they still can’t live without them. Here are some choices by the head of the Byta platform.
The 2021 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Theo Kapodistrias, for his clip for Haviah Mighty’s Thirteen. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos that are eligible for the 2022 prize, including this one from a BC singer/songwriter.
In this week’s Single Servings, Alanis Morissette seeks forgiveness, Orville Peck gets back on the horse, By Divine Right makes a triumphant return, Joe Nolan starts the car, and much more!
The sibling duo of Jenna and Stuart Walker are major stars on the Canadian country scene, as shown by gold and platinum singles and sky-high streaming stats. Learn more in this FYI podcast.
Charlotte Cardin is up for TikTok Juno fan choice, single of the year, album, artist, pop album and music video; Justin Bieber is also vying for fan choice, single, album, artist and pop album, while The Weeknd is also in the fan choice, single, artist, songwriter and contemporary R&B recording categories.
Warm vocals and well-crafted lyrics give this tune real appeal.
On this week’s Single Servings, Corb Lund pays tribute to his pals, Partner takes a joyride, the reclusive Malcolm Burn returns with a sonic triumph, and much more!
Each week, Essentials allows Canadian musicians to share the things that have helped them get through the pandemic, and why they still can’t live without them. Here are the choices of an acclaimed Edmonton singer/songwriter.