The public hunger for compassion in politics registered in March with the rapturous praise heaped on New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for
What Was Said
What Was Said
Whenever governments review their copyright, one of two things happens: either they only listen to industry reps and then come to the "conclusion"
In the most recent Celebrity Access feature, In the Hot Seat with Larry LeBlanc, global music titan Merck Mercuriadis tackles a thorny and ofte
As written by Danny Michel and published in Vancouver Weekly.
A peek behind the curtain: The expiration date on music
A colourful character not given to ornate speech, his time at the SOCAN Awards podium was...well, less than conventional. What follows in part is the lead-up to his arrival on stage to accept his award and a slightly edited rewind on what he had to say that night.
The following is excerpted from Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's proposal to
Writing under the name Nils Johansen, recently deceased radio announcer Mark Elliot fought many a battle to quieten inner demons that found him
Toronto musician, bandleader, and real estate broker Duncan Fremlin articulates the frustration faced by many creative souls who are being financially pushed against the wall at a time when the major labels are earning record ROIs, global concert promoters are selling more tickets at higher prices than ever before, and music streaming services are generating billions of dollars annually.
In response to a fan question on his Red Hand
If you assume that every time Mark Zuckerberg opens his mouth a lie is born, you won't be far from reality.
The following is part of an interview conducted by Robert Cavuoto with Ted Nugent that appears on the website MyGlobalMind.com.