Canadian music executive Gordon ‘Gord’ Richard Edwards died January 8 from vascular dementia, his family reports. He was 84 years of age.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
Civic Theatres Toronto, comprising three city-owned facilities: the Toronto Centre for the Arts, St. Lawrence Centre, and the Sony Centre) is rebranding as TO Live as part of a 15-year, $30.75M partnership with the Meridian Credit Union.
Justifiably lauded for their charitable endeavours, the Montreal rock band has named over 30 charitable organizations that are receiving funds raised in 2018. SPF has given out over $2.5M since it formed in 2005.
The CCMA Hall of Famer has put out “Lie Like That Again,” taken from his current hit EP, and this week he begins a major headlining cross-country trek accompanied by other major Cancountry talents.
Bell Media President Randy Lennox has been elected Board Chair of the B
Teddy co-wrote and performs on “Shine A Light,” Adams’ latest single that is the title track from his 14th studio album that is set for
The 74-year-old songwriter, film composer, producer, actor, and author, best known for his work as lead guitarist and primary songwriter for The Band, and his career as a solo recording artist, is inducted May 9 in Toronto.
The deal consists of the exclusive worldwide rights to master recordings of the official and unofficial anthems which will be released, through ole’s label group, on Anthem Records.
The Boy In the Box Is the New Kid In Canada’s Hall of Fame
Out Of The Blues 2 – Mamma Mia Here We Go Again! will light up the Phoenix in Toronto on Feb. 27, with ABBA Revisited entertaining a crowd gathered for a great cause.
Presented by SiriusXM Canada and the CCMA, this nationwide talent search provides a $25K cash prize, plus invaluable performance and songwriting opportunities, and industry mentorship. Andrew Hyatt won last year's inaugural contest.