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The Basement Revue graphic
November 4, 2021
by Kerry Doole

Jason Collett’s Basement Revue (pictured) returns next month, the Kensington Market Jazz Festival runs virtually this weekend, and Ought breaks up. Others in the news include Cola, Jaymz Bee, The Popguru Revue, Michael Buble, Mariposa, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival, Golden Feather, Dizzy and Fay, Sophie Lukacs, BDRB, APA, and farewell Ray Hutchinson, Malcom Dome, Bill Luckett, Pat Martino, and Ronnie Wilson.

1976 gold record presentation (l-r): RCA president Ed Preston, Charley Pride, Tommy Hunter and Tee Vee Records' founder Ed LaBuick.
December 13, 2020
by Kerry Doole

The Screen X Screen online conference launches shortly, Music NL announces its awards nominees, and the APA presents  ShiftChange 2021. Others in the news include Alanis Morissette, The Glenn Gould Foundation, Petula Clark, FACTOR, Liona Boyd, Mike Carr, PoLe featuring NLX, Neil Peart, Madisyn Whajne, and farewell Charley Pride (pictured) and Mojo Morganfield.

Nickelback is now part of APA's superstar roster
August 17, 2017
by David Farrell

The Agency for the Performing Arts has expanded its operations into Canada with former UTA Canada COO and CEO Jack Ross and Ralph James heading the Toronto-based division.