The Toronto native has turned unknowns into millionaires, built an impressive management and recording imprint, consulted the stars and now runs a global music empire that spans management, publishing, event production and master recordings.
The Toronto native wrote many songs over the years, but it is "Morning Dew" that has endured. She moved to the US in the '60s and then to the UK where she resides now. In July, she returns to Mariposa where her career had its start.
Meghan Patrick and the James Barker Band took top honours at the Country Music Association of Ontario’s Awards gala Sunday at London, ON’s Centennial Hall. Below is the complete list of nominees and the winners in all categories.
One grand winner and four runners-up have an opportunity to win cash and showcase at one of the annual's gala events--so prep your application and be ready to throw your hat in the ring before end-of-day July 15.
Meghan Patrick and the James Barker Band took top honours at the Country Music Association of Ontario’s Awards gala Sunday at London, ON’s Centenni
While incumbent federal party heads have said ‘no’ to applying content levies to online streaming services and ISPs, the CRTC has edged the Trudeau government one step closer to reassessing its own policy in a backgrounder document released last week.
It is the first time in Leo Awards history that a father and son have squared off against each other in the same category, vying for the coveted award that celebrates the best of BC’s Film and Television industry.
The teen duo has had meteoric success in the relatively short span of 18 months. With Jeff Rogers managing, Brighid Fry and Pascale Padilla can now up their game with this latest win that includes $100K in marketing and career enrichments.
Now in a sixth year, the Awards honour the cream of the crop of Ontario country music talent. Other events in London this weekend present both veteran stars and emerging young artists.
A report issued by the regulator offers few prescriptions for policymakers but instead provides exhaustive documentation on future trends that threaten the sustainability of Canada's current cultural policy framework.
Ross Porter has stepped down to become President Emeritus after serving as President and CEO for the past 14 years.