Port Cities (pictured), Haviah Mighty, and smrtdeath are joined by Searchlight champ Aquakultre in this year's winners of Canada’s premier artist development program, now in its fourth year.
Canadian global folk figurehead Buffy Sainte-Marie ties with The LYNNeS–a breakthrough for the duo featuring Lynn Miles and Lynne Hanson and their debut album, Heartbreak For The Radio.
City and Colour aka Dallas Green has launched a new label called Still Records, an imprint of Dine Alone Records, and has a 21-track acoustic concert album scheduled for release on Oct. 5.
Two media outlets merged resources to expose another Ticketmaster ticketing drama that some are calling a PR nightmare. The supply-and-demand system of brokering tickets to fans has become a topic of endless debate and a tool for increased profit for the dominant ducats deliverer. But can the system remain as is?
The classical world is about to be turned on its head with Primary Wave Publishing announcing plans to return the late Canadian classical pianist to the stage using hologram technology. Dates and cities TBA.
Following a casting call this spring, CTV's The Launch is getting ready for a relaunch with production on Season 2 beginning on Sept. 28 with a new round of stars that include Sarah McLachlan, Arkells' Max Kerman, Quebec superstar Marie-Mai and American star Ryan Tedder.
Appearing in Ottawa on Tuesday morning, Bryan Adams urged the federal government to amend the Copyright Act to give artists more ability to regain control of their works after they've been sold.
Drake has made US chart history by becoming the first artist to land 29 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the same calendar year.
At the beginning there were 10, but in the end Jeremy Dutcher and his fascinating album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa reigned supreme and was declared the 2018 Polaris Music Prize winner.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
The Polaris Music Prize has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars to 11 acts since its inaugural 2006 ceremony. Which acts have gone on to bigger and better futures? The answer may surprise you.
Songwriting camps and networking opportunities with Euro music executives in Germany and the Nordic countries will include 15 Canadian songwriters and two contingents of music publishers travelling to Berlin, Hamburg and Copenhagen.