The Canadian radio veteran best known for helping take CHUM FM to the very top in the '90s reflects on a long and fascinating career. Learn why he misses the El Mocambo and what he feels is lacking in radio today.
The veteran Toronto folk songsmith has just released his ninth album. In this interview, he discusses its cinematic scope, the challenge of balancing parenthood and music, and his concern about Spotify.
Magic! scores, again, with the top most downloaded radio track with the upbeat love ballad "Kiss Me."
His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden personally gave Lars Ulrich and Robert Trujillo the award.
The latest in an illustrious line of rock bands from Hamilton, they're readying the release of a debut album. Here, the two principals discuss the trial and error of making the record, their preference for black garb, and the dreary state of most rock music.
With the full legalization of cannabis in Canada just three months away, Bill King reminisces about his colourful and oft-dangerous history with the herb before giving it up 23 years ago.
The veteran roots songsmith is justifiably proud of his new album, Born By The Radio. Here he reflects on his current approach to songwriting, the diversity of his influences, and a missed opportunity with Gwyneth Paltrow.
MAGIC! appears to have found that special ingredient that makes a hit song with the release of the in-house written and produced love ditty, "Kiss Me." Other notable Canadians this week include The Lovelocks, Jim Cuddy and Barrie, ON's Kansas Stone.
If Day of 1000 Musicians all comes together as planned, Paul Lemire is hoping to raise $5000 each for a quartet of charities, including two associated with music.
This roots singer/songwriter from Georgia is now based in Canada, after being discovered by Wolfe Island label founder Hugh Christopher Brown. Here she talks about that transition, the making of her eponymous debut album, and her strong objection to the sexualization of women in the music industry.
Life as a musician at sea may sound glamorous, but not if you're working for a dictatorial Romanian diva. Bill King survived to tell the tale here, and he remains a lover of ocean travel.