The Juno-winning pop artist has recorded a new song designed to raise money to help frontline workers during the pandemic. She explains the project here and discusses her self-isolation and possible effects of the coronavirus on the music industry.
Amid the crisis, major at-home fundraising concerts have taken place to raise funds for frontline workers, food security, and other related issues
Surviving as a college radio station is tricky at the best of times, and now the pandemic poses a new threat. Here are the thoughts of some programming and music directors. Pictured: CFRU Guelph's Jenny Mitchell.
The noted photographer and music video director was a crucial figure on the ‘80s and ‘90s Canadian music scene. Now a resident of Prince Edward County and focused on her deep love of animals, she has published a series of photo books - Dog & Pup and The Extraordinary Beauty of Birds. She recalls a fascinating career here.
Vancouver-based folk-rock duo Logan and Nathan knew a little bit about self-isolation before the pandemic hit, having lived separately in remote pa
cAs a group, the multi-Juno Award nominee Tokyo Police Club has never been averse to its members embarking on extracurricular activities.
There's no doubt radio, and companion television, have been severely impacted by the Covid-19 virus.
The Canadian Country Music Association Foundation is joining with 20 country music performers for Canada Together: In Concert, a five-night TV at-h
When the pandemic forced the cancellation of the Toronto singer/songwriter’s weekly performance series, he started making digital compilations. Here he describes the process and offers thoughts on the future of his profession.