The independent Canadian country music label marks a significant milestone this year. Company founder Mike Denney reflects upon a fascinating decade-long ride in this extensive interview.
Flamboyant former music industry lawyer to the stars, Bernard Huntley Solomon died Thursday in Toronto after an extended illness at Mount Sinai Hospital. He was 80.
We return with a full complement of news and columns on Wednesday and updates to the website will be added at various times tomorrow (Tuesday, May 22).
Robert Ott, founder and CEO of the Toronto-based music rights company ole, has sold his stake in the company to founding equity partner Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Ontario Teachers’) for an undisclosed sum and will continue his leadership role with the IP firm.
The Winnipeg-born singer said he suffered a concussion, cuts and bruises to both his arms and other injuries to his back and left leg, after a collision with a vehicle transporting five people, including a baby, on Mother's Day.
Smith says the bot biz has been growing in double-digit percentages every year for the past 10 years in North America, and his company is fighting back.
Here is this week's Nielsen Marketwatch report which features Canadian music stats for the current week and YTD with comparisons to last year.
As per usual, FYI lured intrepid socialite, sports enthusiast and ever-present Indie Week Programmer, Cameron Carpenter to cover the late night CMW parties.
Teenage Head was inducted into the Indie Hall of Fame, Gord Downie won Album of the Year for Introduce Yerself, and Jessie Reyez was named Artist of the Year at the 16th annual Indie Awards.
Denise Ross, Rob Zifarelli, Ashley Poitevin, Daniel Caesar and Billy Talent all came up big at the 3rd annual Live Music Industry Awards on Friday
CMW's Thursday Wrap falls under two categories: the Radio Interactive Panels and the Live Touring Panels.
The third annual Music Cities Summit helped lay further foundations for international locales to become more music-minded, and the Global Creators panels suffered a bit of a disappointment when Nile Rodgers arrived too late to attend his scheduled fireside chat.