Van Morrison, The Avett Brothers, Wilco, Of Monsters and Men, Passenger, UB40, The Tubes among those set to perform at the 5-day capital city music fest.
On Friday, May 28, Joe Summers passed away. The Detroit born A&M executie was acknowledged as one of the greats in the record business in Canada.
1150 AM HAMILTON is reportedly Canada’s oldest continuously-operating radio station, having been on the air since May 1st, 1922.
The Queens NYC rapper will be missing in action at NXNE’s planned Dundas Square free concert on June 21st.
In the Lonely Hour, ranks with the Beatles' debut, Please Please Me, with 51 weeks in the top 5 on the British albums chart.
SONY MUSIC CEO and chairman Doug Morris is reported to have signed a two-year deal worth up to US$20M annually with a base guarantee of $17M.
DRAKE is reportedly mulling a deal worth US$19M to commit to various Apple projects including guest DJ'ing on iTunes Radio.
Storied British music promoter claims the festival age is over because there aren’t enough bands that have the stature to draw crowds to huge events such as Glastonbury.
THE 3 MAJOR LABELS — Sony, Warner, and Universal — could be facing class action lawsuits involving non-payment of streaming advances to artists, according to Digital Music News.
Joni Mitchell has been moved to a rehab facility in LA to further treatment for a brain aneurysm she suffered in March, according to a report.
18 year-old Euro pop sensation “discovered” by the Wilhelmina modeling agency at the Coachella Festival this year.