Following Tuesday's announcement that Jeff Remedios is incoming President and CEO of Universal Music Canada, as Randy Lennox takes on a key executive role with Bell Media effective Sept. 21, the Arts & Crafts topper issued a statement about his replacement at the boutique Canadian imprint he co-founded.
Randy Lennox takes on a key executive role with Bell Media, and effective September 21st, Jeffrey Remedios is the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Music Canada.
Earning multiple standing ovations in Toronto, OH CANADA What A Feeling! opens the first of a 19-city theatrical run at the Oshawa GM Centre on October 19th.
"Johnston truly saw himself as a man of change. Someone there to shake up the establishment. Willie and Waylon and Johnny Cash were outlaws and that’s the way he saw the whole process and his place in that club. It’s us against them..."
US-based United Talent Agency (UTA) has closed a deal to acquire The Agency Group (TAG), the world’s largest independent music agency. Neil Warnock, the Agency Group’s president, will now lead United Talent’s music group.
The Weeknd has announced "The Madness" fall tour in support of his upcoming album, Beauty Behind the Madness. The 22-city North American tour includes six Canadian shows, including its kick-off concert at Toronto's ACC on November 3rd.
A potpourri of relevant and irreverent news and views about music, broadcasters, and the music business today.
Metric is stirring up interest in next month's release of Pagans In Vegas, the Canadian band's seventh studio album and first since 2012's Synthetica, which included the smash-hit, "Breathing Under Water."
Colin Linden has a storied career and he's captured some of his mentors in a touching video that sets up the release of his next album. He's called it Rich In Love and we have an advance track from it.
Three new studies in the US suggest good old fashioned radio is beating music streaming services hands down. Of course, comparative figures are unavailable for the Canadian market so we'll just have to believe the same is true here.
Twenty-five really weird and curious tales from music industry history with a few myth-busting truths behind them.