"Bring Down the House" is the perfect summer song — the kind of song you want playing as you barrel down the highway with the top down. Take a listen for yourself!
Whitney Rose has caught the attention of Rolling Stone magazine with a track from her critically acclaimed Heartbreaker Of the Year album.
Samsung and Google have teamed up to offer a free three-month subscription to the Google Play Music streamed music service in Canada. The offer includes storage for 50,000 songs.
Penn State's Breaking Benjamin is No. 1 on the Albums chart this week, and Scooter Braun protégé Tori Kelly debuts at 3. Other top ten debuts include soul man Leon Bridges, Nashville Star's Kacey Musgrave, and Sweden's Lindemann
Ranked as the world’s largest jazz festival by Guinness World Records, the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal has made the city almost as famous as the Cirque du Soleil. As this super-sized event has grown over the years, so has its embrace of musical genres. In its 36th year, the annual has become more than a celebration of music. It's become a global cultural calendar event.
One time hippie musician Bill Henderson is one of a dozen new appointees in the fields of Arts, Culture and Broadcasting announced as a Member of the Order of Canada on Canada Day.
Royalties, real estate, tours and endorsements have created a long list of Canadian multi-millionaires, but when it comes to making superbucks the boys in the bands get to stand at the back of the bus.
The new initiative has Slaight Music teaming up with the Academy behind the Juno Awards and Coalition Music to create a free program for winners that is intended to help them become next year's Juno contenders.
Adam Cohen performed at the Glastonbury Festival Sunday night with attendance pegged at more than 100,000 people, and last night he played under starlight in an ancient Athenian theatre... with a 62 piece orchestra.
New Vancouver radio station gears up in anticipaton of Fall launch of hybrid FM format that offers community access using a commercial advertising model.
The Vancouver radio market is competitive and the ad dollars available are huge. The commission is calling for applicants and notes that ethnic communities are under-served so expect to see a line-up of Indo-Chinese submissions in the role call.