For more than four decades, Canada’s Art Bergmann has done things his way. And nowhere is that more evident than on his most recent record, Late Stage Empire Dementia, as Ken Kelley investigates.
From now until the 2021 Juno Awards are presented on June 6, we offer this weekly column to help you get to know some of the nominees in all categories a little better. In the final instalment, we profile a jazz trio led by a previous Juno winner.
CARAS president and CEO Allan Reid spoke with Karen Bliss on Friday. The wide-ranging conversation includes a few surprises, such as the surprising increase in Juno submissions, how CARAS and the CBC have managed to pull off the show and all the auxiliary events during lockdown, and how they are tying Canada’s live music venues into the broadcast.
This is the second of three parts revisiting the colourful history of Juno Awards over the years, researched and compiled by noted author and m
The 32nd edition of the annual event celebrating Canada's most successful songwriters, composers and music publishers was held online for the second year. Notable winners included one Abel Tesfaye and hit songwriter Eddie Schwartz (pictured).
The 2020 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Peter Huang, for his clip for Jessie Reyez's Far Away. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos that were eligible for the Prize, including this one from a Toronto singer/songwriter nominated for two Junos last year.
Canada’s classiest songbird, Anne Murray, returns to the spotlight June 6 to induct the wondro
The Music Canada organization is seeking participants for a new survey focused on equity, diversity and inclusion in the Canadian music industry.
From now until the 2021 Juno Awards are presented on June 6, we will offer this weekly column to help you get to know some of the nominees in all categories a little better. Here we profile an award-winning Montreal blues-rocker.
"Putting on a fully virtual event was a huge experiment, and we're really pleased that it was even more successful than we anticipated,” CMW president Neill Dixon told FYI Music News. “We came up with a solution for our virtual festival that hadn't been done before and the feedback we've received has been very encouraging".
This part of a series revisits the colourful history of the Juno Awards over the years, researched and compiled by noted author and music industry documentarian Martin Melhuish. There is ample humour in the history, surprising facts, and a few skirmishes that have occurred over the past 50 years.